Amalaki Ekadasi Date


Amalaki Ekadasi in 2021 ยป   25 March

Category: Festival
Celebrated In: India
Celebrated By: (Hindu)

Lord Vishnu, major god of Hinduism and Indian mythology, popularly regarded as the preserver of the universe. Vishnu is the principle that sustains and preserves. Among the forces of nature, it is equilibrium. Whereas Brahma is called the "creator," it's Vishnu WHO "sustains the planets in their orbits" and rules the natural progression of the seasons and therefore the ages.

Vasishtha Muni aforesaid in Brahmanda Puran "Listen as I describe the simplest of all quick days, Amalakii Ekadashi. He WHO dependably observes a quick on this Ekadashi obtains monumental wealth, gets free of the results of freed from of sins, and attains liberation. fast on this Ekadashi is a lot of purifying than donating one thousand cows in charity to a pure Vedic literature."

Significance of Amalakii Ekadashi

Once, in the month of Phalguna (February - March), the holy fast of Amalakii Ekadashi arrived, conjoint with Dvadasi. This particular quick would bestow particularly nice benefit. Amalakii is offspring of Lord BrahmA, WHO can destroy all kinds of sinful reactions. Amalakii, is actually the form of Brahman, and was once worshiped by Lord Ramachandra Himself. Whoever circumambulates her is thus at once freed of all his sins.

After having tub offered Amalakii tree a pot crammed with water, further as garland and aromatic incense. Then worship Lord Parashurama with these prayers: 'Oh Lord Rama, OH son of Renuka, OH all-pleasing one, OH helper of the worlds, kindly return at a lower place this holy Amalakii tree and accept our humble obeisances.'

If the Amarlaki tree isn't out there then worship the sacred Tulasi tree. conjointly plant the sacred Tulasi seeds, and provide lamps to her.

The venerable Vasishtha Muni aforementioned, anyone World Health Organization observes this holy Amalakii Ekadashi can doubtless attain the supreme abode of Lord Hindu deity, thus great is the non secular benefit attained from the observance of this most sacred holy day."


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