Apara Ekadashi Significance Shubh Muhurat and Rituals

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Apara Ekadashi Significance – Apara Ekadashi is considered one of the most auspicious Ekadashi in India. Ekadashi is observed twice in a Hindu month. The eleventh day of Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha is called Ekadashi.

Apara Ekadashi is also known as Achala Ekadashi. Lord Vishnu is worshipped on Ekadashi. This year Apara Ekadashi will be observed on the eleventh day of the Krishna Paksha in the month of Jyeshtha which falls on26th May.Apara Ekadashi Significance

According to Hindu scriptures, Lord Krishna explained the importance of the Apara Ekadashi to Yudhishthir, and hence, after observing fast on Apara Ekadashi, the Pandavas were able to win the Mahabharata Yuddh. The word ‘Apara’ means infinite. The devotees, who worship on Apara Ekadashi, receive blessings of happiness and prosperity from Lord Vishnu.

Apara Ekadashi Significance

It is believed that the Apara Ekadashi Vrat is of great benefit to people, who suffer from past sins. It is believed that people are freed from obstacles and hardships in their lives after worshipping Lord Vishnu on Apara Ekadashi.

It is also believed that by observing this fast, devotees receive the same benefits as those who take a dip in the Ganges during the month of Kartik. According to the scriptures, the one who keeps this fast, receives blessings from Lord Vishnu on Apara Ekadashi.

Apara Ekadashi Shubh Muhurat

Apara Ekadashi Date – 26th May 2022

Apara Ekadashi Tithi Starting Time – 25th May 2022, 10.32 a.m.

Apara Ekadashi Tithi End Time – 26th May 2022, 10.54 a.m.

Paran Time – 27th May 2022 – 5.25 a.m. – 8.10 a.m.

Apara Ekadashi Significance

Apara Ekadashi Rituals

The devotees get up early in the morning and take a bath before starting with the rituals. After that, Lord Vishnu’s idol is placed at the place of worship. A diya is lit and vermillion with Tulsi leaves is offered to him.

During the day, devotees chant and recite various Vishnu mantras and stutis. They observe the fast for the whole day.

In the evening, devotees read vrat katha, light a diya, and offer prasad to Lord Vishnu. Panchamrit is also offered to him. After the aarti, prasad is distributed and devotees can consume fruits and milk before sunset.

The Apara Ekadashi fast ends on the next day, which is, Dwadashi.

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