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Yogi Adityanath, And Enthusiasts Offer Prayers To Lord Shiva On Their Auspicious Holy Occasion, ‘SAWAN SOMWAR’

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Sawan Somwar

CM of UK, Yogi Adityanath and devotees prayed to Lord Shiva on the occasion of
‘Sawan Somwar’, which happened on the first Monday of Sawan, 2020.

Sawan Somwar, 2020; Mansarowar Temple:

On the first Monday of the month Sawan 2020, Yogi Adityanath performed a puja in a
sacred temple, Mansarovar temple, for Lord Shiva. All the believers across the globe
also offered prayers on this holy occasion.

Sawan, also known as ‘Shravan’ and ‘Avani’ is the fourth month in Hindu calendar that
starts today, and ends on 3rd August, which is distinctively allocated for the devotees to
offer prayers and fast for their Lord Shiva.

In religious calendars, it starts on the full moon and is the fourth month of the year.

Yogi Adityanath, Greets All the Believers:

On the sacred occasion of Sawan Somwar, Yogi Adityanath pays respect and greets all
the believers across the globe, that may Lord Shiva shower his countless blessings
upon everyone and end this pandemic soon.

ANI UP, tweet:

Furthermore, ANI UP tweets about the devotees who offered prayers at Delhi’s Chandni
Chowk temple, ‘Gauri Shankar temple’, on this auspicious occasion.

People of Varanasi performed rituals by taking a dip in the Holy water of Ganga. They
went together as a big group to perform this ritual on the day of Sawan Somwar.
And pujas at Mahakaleshwar temple and Vishwanath temple also took place, alongside
all the safety measures for #CORONAVIRUS.

It is believed to be a very sacred festival for the devotees all across the world so they
offer special prayers. The locals celebrated it in Saketri Shiva temple, Panchkula.
While in Amritsar, the devotees gathered ‘Shivala Bhaiyan temple’ to offer prayers and
worship Lord Shiva.

The fasts of Sawan Somwar take place on the following dates:
6th July,13th July, 20th July, 27th July, and 3rd August.
The month of Sawan Somwar holds huge importance in the Hindu religion. They believe
that Lord Shiva ingested poison on this day and this is when Goddess Parvati saved
him.

According to mythology, on this day of Sawan, Lord Shiva chose Parvati as his
wife. So, devotees offer prayers and fast for them to get their blessings because of their
strong belief that Lord Shiva listens and fulfills all the wishes they ask for.

Significance Of Fasting In This Month:

This month arrives after the long hot months of May and June. As soon as the breezy, cold
months of July and August arrive, the devotees start fasting and worshiping as a sign of
respect and to bring happiness and prosperity in their lives. And to gain success and good marriage.
They fast on every Monday for Lord Shiva and for Goddess Parvati on every Tuesday.
The fast practices following rules;

  • The use of alcohol, milk, and non-vegetarian food is strictly forbidden.
  • Puja should be performed early in the morning. The early it is, the better.
  • Devotees should avoid the use of turmeric.
  • House should be clean throughout the period.
  • The devotees should not eat brinjal as it is believed to be impure by their
    Puranas.

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NEET 2020 admit cards released amid the protest of students, check all the details here

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NEET 2020 admit cards released

While the strong protest of students was going on to delay the exams because of coronavirus pandemic, NEET 2020 released the admit cards. 

Several students across the whole country stood against NEET 2020 and JEE for the test conductance during the time of the Covid-19 pandemic. During this strong protest, NTA (National Testing Agency) issued the admit cards of NEET 2020 on August 26 (Wednesday).

The admit cards have been released on the official web portal of NEET 2020 (NTA). Candidates who have registered for this test can access the admit cards online and download from ntaneet.nic.in.   

The admit cards for the Test NEET 2020 can also be downloaded from the official website of NTA i.e. nta.ac.in. All the important information about the examination and exam center’s instructions are mentioned on the NEET 2020 admit card.

Conduction date of NEET 2020 exam

It should also be noted that NEET 2020 will be going to held on 13 September 2020. The exam of NEET 2020 had been postponed several times by NTA due to the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic but there is no amendment in the final date yet. 

Official Notice by NTA!

An official notice had been issued by NTA a few days before. The statement in the official notice was as followed

“The access & downloading of Admit Cards indicating Roll Number, Test Centre Number & Address, Question Paper Medium, Reporting/ Entry Time and Gate Closing Time of Centre shall commence shortly”

What is NEET 2020 and how it is conducted?

NEET stands for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. It is conducted every year by NTA and is given by the candidates who are aspiring to take admission in medical colleges across the whole country of India for undergraduate and postgraduate programs. 

How to download admit card of NEET 2020:

Step 1: First you visit the official website of NEET i.e. ntaneet.nic.in

Step 2: Press on the link ‘NEET 2020 admit card download’ on the homepage

Step 3: After that, you will be redirected to a new page

Step 4: Log in to the site by entering all the required credentials

Step 5: You will see your admit card is displayed on the screen

Step 6: Now you only have to download and take a printout of the admit card for future reference

Other details of the Test NEET 2020:

  1. The aspirants of this test must note that entry to the examination center will be banned without a physical copy of the admit card. 
  2. It is also required for the candidates to fill out all the necessary information on the admit card. 

For any NEWS and updates!

For any latest updates and news concerning the exam, the candidates should keep checking the official website of NTA i.e. nta.ac.in or the official website of NEET i.e. ntaneet.nic.in. on a regular basis.

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