Pradosh Vrat is observed on the 13th day of a fortnight and there are two Pradosham in a Hindu month. Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati are worshipped in the evening during twilight on this day. (on the Trayodashi of both lunar fortnights (Shukla and Krishna Paksha).)
Som Pradosh Katha : सोम प्रदोष कथा
Santhan Saptami Vrat is mainly performed by the married couples those who want to beget children. Santhan Saptami is observed on Shukla Paksha Saptami in Bhadrapada Month.
Santan Saptami Vrat Katha : सन्तान सप्तमी व्रत कथा
Brihaspativar Vrat Katha is dedicated to Brihaspativar Dev (Jupiter). Bhraspativar or Brihaspatiwar or Thursday or गुरूवार or Guruvar, is dedicated to Vishnu and Bhraspati, the Guru of Devas. Thurdsay is also popularly known as Vrihaspativar or Guruvar. According to the hindu astrology Bhraspati is the name for the planet Jupiter, which is one of the Navagraha (the nine planets) . He is also known as Guru, Cura and Devaguru. Bṛhaspati is considered to be the most beneficial sign of any of the planets. It is believed that offering prayers on this day promotes greater learning and prosperity. Yellow is the color of the day.
Brihaspativar Vrat Katha : बृहस्पतिवार व्रत कथा
Tuesday fasting, or Mangalvar Vrat, is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and to Mangal Grah. In Hinduism, every fast has one or more story associated with it and those people observing the Vrat read or listen to the story on the fasting day. There are several stories associated with Tuesday fasting. This particular Mangalvar Vrat Katha is associated with Lord Hanuman. Mangalvar (Tuesday) Vrat Katha (Story) मंगलवार व्रत कथा
Mangalvar Vrat Katha : मंगलवार व्रत कथा
Somvar or Monday Vrat is one of the prominently known fasting practices observed in the Hinduism. Somar vrat is dedicated to worshipping and propitiating Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati. All Mondays are devoted to the worship of Shiva as this day is sacred to Lord Shiva.