The festival, Apara Ekadashi, is one of the most sacred, famous, auspicious and popular Hindu festivals. The carnival, Apara Ekadashi, is celebrated and observed by each Hindu people of this whole country, India, by some people outside, of India too annually, in a year.
The Hindu festival, Apara Ekadashi is a fasting day for the all Hindu devotees, which is rejoice and observed on the ‘Ekadashi’ (11th day) of the Krishna Paksha (the dark fortnight of moon) in the Hindu month of ‘Jyeshtha’, which is read via online and shares with all of you my readers.
It is also corresponding that the festival, Apara Ekadashi, which is one of the most sacred Hindu festivals, is fallen, either on the months of May-June in the Gregorian calendar.
According to the mythology and as per devotes, believes, it is said, that by observing the festival, Apara Ekadashi vrat all the sins of an individual can be and shall be washed away.
#AparaEkadasi which falls on Krishna Paksha in the month of Vaishakh. It is also known as Vaishakh Vadi Ekadasi. Observance of Apara Ekadasi helps to clear all sins and the observer get free from all the bonds of the life.
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The festival, #Apara Ekadashi, is also known as the ‘Achla Ekadashi’, which gives divine and promising and favorable results if they observe this festival.
The festival, Apara Ekadashi is dedicated, to the Hindu Lord, Vishnu, so on this day, all devotees, and worship and offer puja to the Lord Vishnu with the pure and blessed heart.
Apara Ekadashi: Account, Narration, Facts, Festival, Puja, Quotes, Wishes, Importance, Significances
Though, the festival, #Apara Ekadashi, is known as with the different names in the different regions of India, but in something which is very common about this Hindu festival, #Apara Ekadashi, in this whole nation is that each devotee, observe the puja and the festival, with the massive devotion in their hearts and with their very sacred hearts.
Today is #AparaEkadashi. This #ekadashi is also popular by the name of ‘Achla Ekadashi’ and gives divine and auspicious results. The word 'apar' means limitless and by observing this vrat, one can get unlimited wealth.
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Well, the Lord Vishnu is regarded as one of the principal deity of the Hindu religion.
The Lord Vishnu is also considering as a Supreme Being or absolute truth in its Vaishnavism tradition. And on the festival of the #Apara Ekadashi, we all worship the Lord Vishnu, so obviously, this festival is one of the important Hindu festivals anyway.