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Mohini Ekadashi Vrat, Date, Legends Importance

Hindu mythology believes in re-birth. Mohini Ekadashi is one of the important Ekadashis that holds great significance and importance according to Hindu Mythology. It is so called because it helps a person to get rid of all their sins that have so far been accumulated right from his previous births. Mohini Ekadashi occurs during the Shukla Paksha of Vaisakha month. …

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Varuthini Ekadashi, Baruthani Ekadashi Information

Varuthini Ekadashi

Varuthini Ekadashi also known as Baruthani Ekadashi usually falls on Ekadashi during the month of Chaitra or Vaishakha. Prayers and rituals mark this day and devotees worship Vamana avatar of Lord Vishnu in a special way. Varuthini Ekadashi / Baruthani Ekadashi Dates: 2019: 30th April, 2019 (Tuesday) 2020: 18th April, 2020 (Saturday) Scriptural Reference A reference of this Ekadashi has …

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Papmochani Ekadashi Vrat, Date, Katha

Papmochani Ekadashi

Papmochani Ekadashi falls on the 11th day of fading phase of moon in Chaitra month according to north Indian Hindu calendar. This Ekadashi is the last one in all 24 Ekadashi fasts. As per South Indian calendar, it is marked on the Krishna Paksha of Phalguna month whereas it is celebrated on Krishna Paksha of Chaitra month according to the …

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Vijaya Ekadashi Information, Fasting, Date

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Vijaya Ekadashi is celebrated all over India by devotees of Lord Vishnu. This festival also holds prominence with life of Lord Krishna, the supreme avatar of Lord Vishnu. Perfect citations have been given in this regard in Skanda Purana making people more cognizant about their dedication towards the God. People who would like to attain salvation (moksha) by reaching the …

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Papankusha Ekadashi Information For Devotees

Papankusha Ekadashi - Hindu Festival

Papankusha Ekadashi is an auspicious Ekadashi for the Hindus, especially the Vaishnavas. It is also known as Ashwina Shukla Ekadashi. This day is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the preserver of the universe. Observing fast on this day helps in abolition of all sins and attainment of heaven. The fruits obtained by tough meditations can be received by prostrating before Lord …

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Amalaki Ekadashi Information For Devotees

Amalaki Ekadashi - Hindu Festival

Amalaki Ekadashi is observed by the Hindu devotees with utmost respect on the 11th day of waxing moon, which comes between February and March each year. Also referred to as Amalaka Ekadashi, ardent worshipers hold this day in high esteem. Indian gooseberries are worshiped on this day in an exclusive manner. Locally, a gooseberry tree bearing Latin name as Phyllanthus …

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Jaya Ekadashi: Bheesma Ekadashi Puja & Vrat

Amalaki Ekadashi - Hindu Festival

Jaya Ekadashi is observed on the 11th day of Shukla Paksha during Magh month as per Hindu calendar. Devotees celebrate the day in different parts of India as per the local traditions. Though it is known as Jaya Ekadashi in North India, people in South India celebrate it as Bhisma Ekadasi in Andhra Pradesh. The same festival is treated as …

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Pausha Putrada Ekadashi Vrat Info, Celebration

Utpanna Ekadashi - Hindu Festival

Paush Kabir Ekadashi is celebrated by Hindus with a lot of pomp and fervor across India. Addressed with several alternative names such as Pausha Putrada Ekadashi and Putrada Ekadashi, this is one of the important vrats (fasts) observed by the entire Hindu community in order to ensure that they are blessed with a son. Special pujas are performed on this …

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Mokshada Ekadashi Vrat Information, Celebration

Mokshada Ekadashi - Hindu Festival

Mokshada Ekadashi falls on the eleventh Lunar day (hence the name Ekadashi) during the waxing phase of the moon (Shukla Paksha) in the month of Margashirsha (Agrahayana) according to the Hindu lunar calendar. According to the Gregorian calendar, this is roughly in the month of November or December. Mokshada Ekadashi Dates 2017: 30th November, 2017 (Thursday)2018: 18th December, 2018 (Tuesday)2019: …

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