July 2022 Festival calendar: The sixth month of the year 2022 is going to end in June and the seventh month is going to start in July. This month is going to be very special from a religious point of view, as many major Teej-festivals will be celebrated this month. Along with this, the month of Shravan will also start in this month, which is considered to be a very holy month and this month is also one of the Chaturmas.

In July 2022, Ashadh month Gupt Navratri will be celebrated, while the world-famous Jagannath Rath Yatra will also take place in Puri. Apart from this, the festival of Guru Purnima will also be celebrated in July. Women-oriented festivals like Hariyali Amavasya and Hariyali Teej will also come this month. In July itself, on Devshayani Ekadashi, Lord Vishnu will hand over the burden of creation to Shiva and go to rest. Apart from all this, many important fasting festivals will come in July 2022, whose information is as follows…

Know when which festival will be celebrated in July
July 01, Friday: Jagannath Rath Yatra begins
03rd July, Sunday: Vinayaka Chaturthi Vrat
05th July, Tuesday: Skanda Sashti
06 July, Wednesday: Vaivaswat Puja
08th July, Friday: Bhadli Navami
09 July, Tuesday: Asha Dashami
10th July, Sunday: Devshayani Ekadashi, Vasudev Dwadashi, Beginning of Chaturmas
July 11, Monday: Som Pradosh Vrat, Vamana Dwadashi, Vijaya Parvati Vrat
July 13, Wednesday: Guru Purnima, Ashadha Purnima, Vyas Puja
July 14, Thursday: Shravan month begins
July 16, Saturday: Ganesh Chaturthi fast
Tuesday, July 19 and 26: Mangala Gauri Vrat
July 24, Sunday: Kamika Ekadashi
July 25, Monday: Pradosh Vrat
July 28, Thursday: Hariyali Amavasya
July 31, Sunday: Hariyali Teej

Lord Vishnu will rest, and Chaturmas will start

According to religious beliefs, Lord Vishnu hands over the burden of creation to Shiva on Ashadh Shukla Ekadashi and goes to rest and with this Chaturmas begins. This time Devshayani Ekadashi is on 10th July. In the 4 months of Chaturmas, auspicious work like marriage, etc. is not done. There is a tradition of celebrating the Teej festival during these four months.

Guru Purnima on 13th July

The full moon of Ashadh month is celebrated as Vyas Purnima and Guru Purnima. This date is very special because the Gurus are especially worshiped on this day. In some places, it is also called Bhairav ​​Purnima. On this day all the people worship their respective Kulbhairav.

Shravan month will start on 14th July

Shravan i.e. Sawan is considered a very holy month in Hinduism. This entire month is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is the fifth month of the Hindu calendar. Many other big festivals are celebrated this month, most of which are female-oriented like Hariyali Amavasya, Hariyali Teej, etc. The festival of Rakshabandhan is celebrated at the end of this month i.e. on the full moon date.