What is the direction of revolution of Saturn?
Saturn rotates/revolves in the same direction as Earth. That is looked at form a position above the north pole of Earth they both revolve anticlockwise.
Time Span for the Revolution of Saturn The term Revolution describes one elliptical rotation (a 360 degree rotation, aka a big circle) around the Sun. My science book says that Saturn takes approximately 29.456 Earth years to revolve around the Sun, which is one Saturn year and each Saturn day is 10.2 Earth hours. These are my own words, I only took numbers.
What do you mean by "Saturn month"? On Earth, a "month" is based upon the time it takes the Moon to orbit the Earth or to go through its phases. Saturn has several large moons; you can look up their periods of revolution around Saturn if you like. Titan is easily Saturn's largest moon You could define a "Saturn month" based on Titan's period of revolution, but there is no such term in general use.
The rotation periods are (in days) Jupiter: 0.41354 Saturn: 0.44401 Uranus: 0.71833 Neptune: 0.67125 Jupiter takes 11.8 yrs to complete one revolution. Saturn takes 29.5 yrs to complete one revolution. Uranus takes 84 yrs to complete one revolution. Neptune takes 164.8 yrs to complete one revolution.