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Lalbaugcha Raja Mumbai Padyapujan Sohala (Ceremony) 2017 Date and timing

Lalbaugcha Raja is the most famous Sarvajanik Ganapati, kept at Lalbaug, a prominent locality in Mumbai during Ganesh Chaturthi festival. The idol is kept for public display for Eleven days there after it is immersed on the auspicious day of Anant Chaturdashi.About 2 or three months before  Ganesh Chaturthi Ganesh Mandal arrange Padyapujan Sohala (Ceremony).In this Pandyapujan ceremony, devotees  pay respect to gaint sculpture of a foot of  Lalbagcha Raja Ganesh idol.Flowers are placed around the foot of this idol as well as under it.Offering of fruits,coconut, betel nuts, dry grapes  dry fruits and many other things are made to this feet to Lord Ganesha.Here is some information about Lalbaugcha Raja Mumbai Padyapujan Sohala (Ceremony) 2017 Date ,timing and venue.


Lalbagcha Padyapujan Sohala Date of Year 2017: 13 June 2017
Lalbagcha Padyapujan Sohala timing: 3:00 PM
Venue : Lalbaugcha Raja CHS. Lalbaug Market, Dr. B. A. Road, Mumbai, India 

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Raja Ram Mohan Roy Jayanti Whats app Sms | Facebook Sms | Quotes | Wishes | Greetings | Gif Animated Pictures

Raja Ram Mohan Roy was born in the year 1772 on 22nd May. His birth place was Radhanagar of Hooghly district in Bengal and he was born in the community famously called as Shakta community. This day known as Raja Ram Mohan Roy Jayanti.During this day people share sms,greetings,wishes,scraps by socil media.Here is we serve Raja Ram Mohan Roy Jayanti Whats
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Founder of Brahma Samaj and father of Modern India 
The name of person Raja Ram Mohan Roy
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Maker of Modern India
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There is olny one God.
None equals Him.
He has no end.
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Just consider how terrible the day of your death will be others will go on speaking and you will not be able to argue back - Ram Mohan Roy

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Raja Ram Mohan Roy Jayanti Date | About Raja Ram Mohan Roy 

Raja Ram Mohan Roy birth Anniversary 22nd may every year celebrated known as Raja Ram Mohan Roy Jayanti.Raja Ram Mohan Roy was Born on May 22, 1772 and Died on September 27, 1833. Raja Ram Mohan Roy was the organizer of Atmiya Sabha and Brahma Samaj. Raja Ram Mohan Roy was played an important key role in ending of Sati. Fight for the rights of the freedom.Raja Ram Mohan Roy is also called the ‘Maker of Modern India’. Raja Ram Mohan Roy was the organizer of Brahmo Samaj, he is one of the first Indian socio-religious transformation faction. Raja Ram Mohan Roy played a chief role in abolishing the character of Sati.

Raja Rammohan Roy was a huge scholar and a independent thinker. Raja Ram Mohan Roy advocated the reading of English, Science, Western Medicine and Technology. Raja Ram Mohan Roy was specified the title ‘Raja by the Mughal Emperor.Ram Mohan Roy was married three times. His first wife died during his childhood. His second wife, who died in 1824, bore him two sons: Radhaprasad in 1800 and Ramaprasad in 1812. Roy's third wife, Uma Devi, outlived him.

Ram Mohan was a multi-faceted personality. He was an intellectual who tried to lead India to modernity. He taught the Hindus to give up meaningless beliefs and customs. He was the lamp that leads Hindus to the essence of Hinduism.He is remembered in the Indian history as the originator of all the important secular movements. Although Raja Ram Mohan Roy introduced the western concepts, he was appreciated not only in India but all over the world for his sincere efforts to build a nation with respectable values and a living place for everybody.

Raja Ram Mohan Roy Jayanti Celebration

Different people have different way of celebrating this day. Since this day is not a gazetted day, so mostly people make this day happen in the offices only.Since he was true visionary and major social reformer, many seminars are conducted that are dedicated to the social reforms that are directly connected to the Raja Ram Mohan Roy. In the schools various events are organized that are dedicated to the life of the Raja Ram Mohan Roy.

In several institutions that are related to the life of the Raja Ram Mohan Roy, special seminars are conducted. There are other ways to celebrate this day like slogans on the roads regarding stopping the illegal practices being followed in the society and upliftment of the women in the society, because this is what life motive of the Raja Ram Mohan Roy was.

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Apara Ekadashi Whats app Sms | Facebook Sms | Quotes | Wishes | Greetings | Gif Animated Pictures| Scraps

Apara Ekadashi also known as Achala Ekadashi, Bhadrakali Ekadashi or Jalkrida Ekadashi is a Hindu holy day celebrated on the 11th lunar day (Ekadashi Tithi) of the Krishna Paksha (waning moon phase) in the Hindu Calendar month Vaisakha or Jyeshta (as per North Indian Calendar) which in the Gregorian calendar falls in May or June. During this festival people share messages,greetings,wishes,quotes and many more by Whats app,Facebook,hike,Instagram and many social media.Here we serve Apara Ekadashi special Whats app Sms, Facebook Sms, Quotes,Wishes ,Greetings ,Gif Animated Pictures and Scraps for you,your friends ,well wishers and your relatives.

 

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May Lord Vishnu
forgive all our sins
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on Apara Ekadashi and always 
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Ekadashi is Best day of month
Must observed Ekadashi Fast

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Apara Ekadashi Vrat | About Apara Ekadashi Vrat | Vrat Katha | Puja Vidhi | Vrat Fast

About Apara Ekadashi Vrat

Apara Ekadashi Vrat is observed in the month of Jayestha (May-June). This vrat is also known by other names such as Jayestha Krishna Ekadashi, Achala Ekadashi, Bhadrakali Ekadashi and Jalakrida Ekadashi. In some of the states of India including Punjab, Haryana and Kashmir, the name Badakali Ekadashi is popular since this day marks the appearance of Bhadrakali, the divine descent of Mother Kali.Observing Apara Ekadashi Vrat helps in attaining all the worldly luxuries, comforts, and is the key to become popular in this universe. Thus, this is the day when you can cherish name, fame, respect, and all the worldly pleasures.Apara Ekadashi Vrat is the giver of good deeds, destroyer of sins and one who observes the vrat with a full fast on this day attains great esteem and honor in this world. 

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Katha

Once upon a time, there lived a religious king named Mahidhvaj. His younger brother, Bhrajdhvaj, was a cruel, sinner and unjust person. He used to hate Mahidhvaj. One night he killed his elder brother. And he buried the dead body beneath a Pipal tree. Now he started showing violence to the Pipal tree. Accidentally, one day, a Rishi named Dhumya passed from there. Then, Rishi advised him to observe the fast of Apara Ekadashi and get free from all his sins, in order to live a peaceful life. 

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Puja Vidhi

Wake up early, take bath and offer prayers.
Offer fruits and Tulsi while worshipping Lord Vishnu.
Do not pick leaves from Tulsi plant on this day. (Collect leaves a day before.)
Visit nearby Vishnu temple.
Recite Vishnu Sahasranama or simply chant “Om Namo Narayana”.
Observe self-control, do Maun-Japa i.e. repeat Lord’s name in mind.
Arrange Satsang and Bhajan.

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Fast

Apara Ekadashi Vrat begins from sunrise and continues till the sunrise of the next day.
After completing all the basic activities of the day, take bath and wear clean clothes.
Offer prayers to Lord Vishnu with a clear mind, heart, and soul. Please the Lord with offering of Tulsi leaves and fresh fruits on Apara Ekadashi.
While observing Apara Ekadashi Vrat, avoid intake of grains, non-vegetarian food, and alcohol.
If you are observing a partial fast, you can rely on intake of fresh fruits, nuts, and milk.
Spend entire day of Apara Ekadashi in devotion of the Lord and chanting Mantras.
Break your Vrat on the next morning after taking bath and worshiping Lord Vishnu.

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Ekadashi Vrat 2018 Dates with parana timings and Shubh Muhurta-Ekadashi Calander 2018

Ekadashi comes on every 11th tithi in Hindu Calendar. Two Ekadashi occur in one month according to positions of the moon, One during shukla (bright) Paksha and another during krishna (dark) Paksha.

The day of Ekadashi, people take an ideally waterless fast from sunrise on the Ekadashi day to sunrise on next day. Hindu scriptures teach to keep avoid all beans and all grains on this day because these two foods are tainted by sin, one should eat only fruits and vegetables and milk products on this day.

Parana means breaking the fast. Ekadashi Parana is done after sunrise on next day of Ekadashi fast. It is necessary to do Parana within Dwadashi Tithi either Dwadashi is over or at once after sunrise. Not doing Parana within Dwadashi is similar to an offence.Here is information about Ekadashi Vrat 2018 Dates with parana timings and Shubh Muhurta.



Ekadashi in January 2018
Ekadashi Name,Date and Day
Parna Timing, Ekadashi Timing Begins, ends
Shattila Ekadashi Date – 12th January 2018 (Friday)
Parana Timing = 07:19 am to 09:23 am on 13th January 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 07:10 pm on 11th January, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 09:22 pm on 12th January, 2018
Jaya Ekadashi Vrat Date – 27th January, 2018 (Sunday)
Parana Timing = 01:37 pm to 03:45 pm on 28th January, 2018
Alternate Jaya Ekadashi = 28th January, 2018

Parana Timing for Alternate Ekadashi = 07:15 am to 09:22 am on 29th January, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 11:14 am on 27th January, 2017
Ekadashi time ends = 08:27 am on 28th January, 2017
Ekadashi in February 2018
Vijaya Ekadashi Vrat Date – 11th February 2018 (Sunday)

Parana Timing = 07:06 am to 09:17 am on 12th February, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 02:44 pm on 10th February 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 05:24 pm on 11th February 2018
Amalaki Ekadashi Date – 26th February 2018 (Monday)

Parana Timing = 06:52 am to 09:09 am on 23rd February, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 08:09 pm on 25th February 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 05:29 pm on 26th February 2018
Ekadashi in March 2018
Papmochani Ekadashi Vrat Date – 13th March 2018 (Tuesday)

Parana Timing: 06:36 am to 08:57 am on 14th March, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 11:13 am on 12th March, 2017
Ekadashi time ends = 01:41 pm on 13th March, 2017
Kamada Ekadashi Date – 27th March 2018 (Tuesday)

Parana Timing:06:59 am to 08:46 am on 28th March, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 01:43 pm on 27th March, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 01:31 am on 28th March, 2018
Ekadashi in April 2018
Ekadashi in April  2018
Varuthini Ekadashi vrat date – 12th April 2018 (Thursday)

Parana Timing: 06:01 am to 08:33 am on 13th April, 201
Ekadashi time begins = 06:40 am on 11th April, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 08:12 am on 12th April, 2018
Mohini Ekadashi vrat date – 26th April 2018 (Thursday)

Parana Timing:05:48 am to 08:07 am on 27th April, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 10:46 am on 25th April, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 09:19 am on 26th April, 2018
Ekadashi in May  2018
Apara Ekadashi vrat date – 11th May 2018 (Friday)

Parana Timing:05:36 am to 08:16 am on 12th May, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 11:28 pm on 10th May, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 11:41 pm on 11th May, 2018
Padmini Ekadashi vrat date – 25th May 2018 (Friday)

Parana Timing:05:29 am to 08:12 am on 26th May, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 06:18 pm on 24th May, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 05:47 pm on 25th May, 2018
Ekadashi in June  2018
Parama Ekadashi vrat date – 10th June 2018 (Sunday)

Parana Timing = 05:26 am to 08:12 am on  11th June, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 12:58 pm on 9th June, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 11:54 am on 10th June, 2018
Nirjala Ekadashi vrat date – 23rd June 2018 (Saturday)

Parana Timing = 01:46 pm to 04:32 pm on 24th June, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 03:19 am on 23rd June, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 03:52 am on 24th June, 2018
Ekadashi in July  2018

Yogini Ekadashi Vrat date – 9th July 2018 (Monday)

Parana Timing: 05:34 am to 08:19 am on 10th July, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 11:30 pm on 8th July, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 09:27 pm on 9th July, 2018
Devshayani Ekadashi Vrat date – 23rd July 2018 (Monday)

Parana Timing :05:41 am to 08:24 am on 24th July, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 02:47 pm on 22nd July, 2017
Ekadashi time ends = 04:23 pm on 23rd July, 2017
Ekadashi in August  2018
Kamika Putrada Ekadashi vrat date – 7th August 2018 (Tuesday)
Parana Timing = 01:45 pm to 04:24 pm on 8th Au, 2017
Alternate Kamika Ekadashi = 8th August 2018 (Wednesday)

Parana Timing = 05:50 am to 08:29 am on 9th Aug, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 07:52 am on 7th August, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 05:15 am on 8th August, 2018
Shravana Ekadashi vrat date – 22nd August 2018 (Wednesday)

Parana Timing:05:58 am to 08:32 am on 23rd Aug, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 05:16 am on 21st August, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 07:40 am on 22nd August, 2018
Ekadashi in Septrmber  2018
Aja Ekadashi vrat date – 6th September 2018 (Thursday)
Parana Timing :06:05 am to 08:34 am on 7th Sept., 2018
Ekadashi time begins: 03:00 pm on 5th September, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 12:15 pm on 6th September, 2018
Parivartini Ekadashi vrat date – 20th September 2018 (Thursday)

Parana Timing:07:52 am to 08:37 am on 21st Sept., 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 10:39 pm on 19th Sep. 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 01:16 am on 21st September 2018
Ekadashi in October  2018
Indira Ekadashi vrat date – 5th October 2018 (Friday)

Parana Timing = 06:20 am to 08:39 am On 6th Oct, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 09:49 pm on 4th October, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 07:17 pm on 5th October, 2018
Papankusha Ekadashi vrat date – 20th October 2018 (Saturday)

Parana Timing:06:29 am to 08:43 am On 21st Oct, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 05:57 pm on 19th October, 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 08:01 pm on 20th October, 2018
Ekadashi in November 2018
Rama Ekadashi vrat date – 3rd November 2018 (Saturday)
Parana Timing = 08:46 am to 08:49 am on 4th Nov, 2018
Alternate Vaishnava Rama Ekadashi = 4th November 2018 (Sunday)
Parana Timing = 06:39 am to 08:49 am on 5th Nov, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 05:10 am on 3rd Nov., 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 03:13 am on 4th November, 2018
Prabodhini Ekadashi vrat date – 19th November 2018 (Monday)

Parana Timing = 06:51 am to 08:57 am on 20th Nov., 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 01:33 pm on 18th Nov., 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 02:29 pm on 19th November, 2018
Ekadashi in December 2018
Utpanna Ekadashi vrat date – 3rd December 2018 (Monday)
3rd December, 2018
Parana Timing = 07:02 am to 09:06 am on 4th Dec, 2018
Ekadashi time begins = 02:00 pm on 2nd Dec., 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 12:59 pm on
Mokshada Ekadashi Vrat – 18th December, 2018 (Tuesday)
Parana Timing = 01:19 pm to 03:21 pm on 19th December, 2018
Alternate Mokshada Ekadashi Vrat – 19th December, 2018 (Wed.)

Parana Timing = 07:13 am to 09:15 am on 20th Dec2018
Ekadashi time begins = 07:57 am on 18th Dec., 2018
Ekadashi time ends = 07:35 am on 19th December, 2018
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Apara Ekadashi | Achala Ekadashi | About Apara Ekadashi | Puja Vidhi | Significance | Celebrations and Rituals | Mantra

About Apara Ekadashi 

Apara Ekadashi is a fasting day for Hindus falls in the Jayestha month (May-June) that is observed on the 11th day (‘Ekadashi’) of the Krishna Paksha (the dark fortnight of the moon) of the Hindu month Jyeshtha. It is also known as Achala Ekadashi, Bhadrakali Ekadashi and Jalakrida Ekadashi different parts of India.


In some of the states of India including Punjab, Haryana and Kashmir, the name Badakali Ekadashi is popular since this day marks the appearance of Bhadrakali, the divine descent of Mother Kali. Therefore, this day is considered one of the best times to worship Mother Kali. The name Jalakrida Ekadashi is in vogue in Orissa where this day is dedicated to Lord Puri Jagannath.On this day people observe Fast.People arrange puja of Lord Vishnu.Mostly Vishnu temple and krishna temple celebrated Apara Ekadashi with great joy and fun.

Apara Ekadashi Puja Vidhi 


The Puja Vidhi performed during Apara Ekadashi is similar to that followed during other Ekadashi’s.
On this day, Lord Vishnu is worshipped, and people also offer Tulsi leaves to Lord Vishnu.
On the day of Apara Ekadashi, devotees of Lord Vishnu observe a strict fast which is broken on the next day, i.e., on dwadashi day during the parana time. Those who are unable to keep a whole day fast keep a partial fast by consuming fruits and milk and avoid eating rice and other grains for the whole day.  

Apara Ekadashi Significance

The significance of this auspicious day is stated in the ‘Brahma Purana’. Apara Ekadashi or Jalakrida Ekadashi is observed with full devotion, all across the country. It is known by the different names in various regions of India. In the state of Haryana, Punjab and Jammu & Kashmir, this special day is celebrated as ‘Bhadrakali Ekadashi’ & worshipping Maa Bhadra Kali is considered auspicious on this day.It is referred as ‘Jalakrida Ekadashi’ in the region like Orissa and is celebrated in honour of Lord Jagannath. However, in the rest part of India, Apara Ekadashi is celebrated to please Lord Vishnu.  

Apara Ekadashi  Celebrations and Rituals


Devotees need to be cautious while performing Apara Ekadashi vrat. All the rituals must be performed with devotion and dedication. Devotee should get up before sunrise and take a bath. Offer Tulsi leaves, flowers, dhoop and lamp to Lord Vishnu. Sweets are prepared at home and offered to the Lord. The devotees also recite the Apara Ekadashi vrat Katha or story along with Vishnu Sahastranaam Stotra. After performing the ‘Aarti’,‘Prasad’ is distributed among the family members. The devotees also visit temples of Lord Vishnu. The fast of this Ekadashi begins on the ‘dashami’ (10th day). The person can eat only one meal on the 10th day. Many devotees keep strict fast and spend the day without eating or drinking anything. Partial vrat can also be kept by those who are unfit. They can eat fruits. The fast starts at sunrise and ends on the sunrise of the ‘dwadashi’ (12th day). Eating grains and rice is prohibited on Apara Ekadashi. Applying oil on the body is also not allowed. Devotees should keep the mind free from all negative thoughts. He should not tell lies or speak badly about others. Their mind should only have thoughts of Lord Vishnu. The Devotees must be engaged in bhajans and kirtans in praise of Lord Vishnu on the day of Apara Ekadashi.

Apara Ekadashi Mantra

You can chant any one of these Vishnu Mantra and Slokas on this auspicious day of Apara Ekadashi – Om Namo Bhagavate Vaasudevaaya Mantra, Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram or Vishnu Ashtottaram.

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Apara Ekadashi or Ekadashi Vrat Date,Puja timing,Shubh Muhurta of Year 2017 to 2022

Ekadashis are of very high importance in the Hindu culture and one can easily find a festival or the other being observed on this day. Apara Ekadashi is one such day that is observed on the Ekadashi(Eleventh Day) of the second half of the Gujarati calendar month of Jeshtha.It corresponds to the months of May-June in the Gregorian calendar. It is believed that by observing Apara Ekadashi vrat all the sins of the person will be washed away. This ekadashi is also popular by the name of ‘Achla Ekadashi’ and gives divine and auspicious results. Like all ekadashis, the Apara Ekadashi is also dedicated to worshipping Lord Vishnu.Here is information about  Apara Ekadashi or Ekadashi Vrat Festival Date,Puja timing,Shubh Muhurta of Year 2017 to 2022.


Apara Ekadashi Vrat Date,Puja timing,Shubh Muhurta of Year 2017

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Date of Year 2017: 22nd May 2017 Monday
On 23rd, Parana Time :  05:57 to 08:36
On Parana Day Dwadashi End Moment :  12:03
Ekadashi Tithi Begins : 16:41 on 21st May 2017
Ekadashi Tithi Ends : 14:43 on 22nd May 2017

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Date,Puja timing,Shubh Muhurta of Year 2018

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Date of Year 2018: 11th May 2018 Friday
On 12th, Parana Time :  06:02 to 08:38
On Parana Day Dwadashi End Moment : 23:06
Ekadashi Tithi Begins : 23:28 on 10th May 2018
Ekadashi Tithi Ends : 23:41 on 11th May 2018

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Date,Puja timing,Shubh Muhurta of Year 2019

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Date of Year 2019: 30th May 2019 Thursday
On 31st, Parana Time :  05:56 to 08:35
On Parana Day Dwadashi End Moment :  17:16
Ekadashi Tithi Begins :  15:21 on 29th May 2019
Ekadashi Tithi Ends :  16:37 on 30th May 2019

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Date,Puja timing,Shubh Muhurta of Year 2020

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Date of Year 2020: 18th May 2020 Monday
On 19th, Parana Time :  05:59 to 08:37
On Parana Day Dwadashi End Moment : 17:30
Ekadashi Tithi Begins :  12:41 on 17th May 2020
Ekadashi Tithi Ends :  15:07 on 18th May 2020

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Date,Puja timing,Shubh Muhurta of Year 2021

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Date of Year 2021: 6th June 2021 Sunday
On 7th, Parana Time :  05:55 to 08:36
On Parana Day Dwadashi End Moment :  08:47
Ekadashi Tithi Begins :  04:06 on 5th June 2021
Ekadashi Tithi Ends :  06:18 on 6th June 2021

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Date,Puja timing,Shubh Muhurta of Year 2022

Apara Ekadashi Vrat Date of Year 2022: 26th June 2022 Thursday
On 27th, Parana Time : 05:56 to 08:36
On Parana Day Dwadashi End Moment :  11:47
Ekadashi Tithi Begins :  10:31 on 25th May 2022
Ekadashi Tithi Ends :  10:53 on 26 th May  2022

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Atmiya Yuva Mahotsav Vadodra Gujarat By Haridham Sokhada Date, timing and Live Telecast

Atmiya Yuva Mahotsav celebrated By Haridham Sokhada Swaminarayan temple Sokhada near Vadodra Gujarat.Here is full Information of Atmiya Yuva Mahotsav Vadodra Gujarat  Date ,timing and Live Telecast.

Atmiya Yuva Mahotsav organized by: Shri Hari Prasad Swami Haridham Sokhada 
Date: 14 th May Sunday
Vanue:Shri Vadodra Panjarapol Sanstha Medan,Near APMC Market, Vadodra



Watch Atmiya Yuva Mahotsav 2017 to be celebrated on 14th May(Today) at Vadodra in the presence of  HDH Hariprasad Swamiji.

Timing ,Live Telecast and Live Webcast

Live Telecast on Astha Channel: 9:00 PM Start(India)
London Time : 4:30 PM 
New York Time: 11:30 PM

Watch Live by Internet: 7:30 PM Click Here(India)
London Time: 3:00 PM
New York Time: 10:00 AM

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Vat Savitri Vrat | About Vat Savitri Vrat | Vat Savitri Vrat Katha | Rituals | Celebration | Pictures

About Vat Savitri Vrat

Vat Savitri Vrat or Vat Savitri Puja is observed in Jayestha gujarati months Purnima day(Full moon day) and According to English calendar June-July month every year.Vat Savitri Festival is a Popular Women Festival.Vat Savitri Vrat, or Vat Savithri Poornima, is a fast observed by married Hindu women in North India for the wellbeing of their husbands and children. The fasting is based on the devotion and determination shown by Savitri to win back her husband Satyavan from the clutches of yama (god of death). The festival is dedicated to the legendary married woman Savitri who succeeded to get back her died husband, Satyavana by her severe penance.

The fast is observed for three nights and is broken on the fourth day. The number of days the fast is observed depends on the person who is observing it. Nowadays, many women only observe the fasting on the important day of Purnima. 

Vat Savitri Vrat Katha

Savitri was the beautiful and charming daughter of king Aswapati of Madra Desa. She had chosen
Satyawaan as her life's partner who was a prince in exile, living in the forest with his blind father Dyumatsen. The princess savitri left the dignitaries of palace and started living in forest with her husband and the in-laws in the forest. She took all pains and started looking to all her responsibilities as a devoted wife and daughter in-law.One unfortunate day, Satyawaan fell down from a tree and expired in the lap of his beloved wife, Savitri. As soon as the Satyawaan died, Yamraj appeared to take away the soul of Satyawaan from his body. But the deeply moved wife of Satyawaan, Savitri strongly pleaded and appealed to Yamraj for her husband’s life. She cried and begged for not getting separated from her husband. If at all he would take away the soul of her husband she would also end her life. Yamraj, the god of death, moved by the sheer determination and love of Savitri and returned the life of her husband.
Satyawaan came to life again and both of them lived happily thereafter. Like this Savitri achieved her husband’s life back with her dedication and devotion towards her husband.

Vat Savitri Vrat Rituals

Early in the morning women take purificatory bath, wear new cloths, new bangles, apply sindoor (vermilion) on the fore-head and observe fasting. Women together at the nearest banyan trees (Vad tree, Peepal tree). They tie red threads around the banyan tree (Peepal tree) and pray for long life of their husband. Hindu Women also offering fruits and flowers to the banyan tree.

Indian Women also read “Savatri Katha” in the evening and do ritual worship (puja). After that women eat with water. At the end of the vrat, Indian women bow down to their husbands and also take blessings of elderly people in the home.

Vat Savitri Puja Celebration

Vat Savitri Puja is celebrated across the nations. But the festival is mainly observed in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Orissa and Maharashtra. South Indian married ladies especially of Tamil Nadu and Karanataka observe festival with the different name as Karadaiyan Nonbu.

Taking part in this festival requires one to follow a number of rituals and practices. Hindu married women observe the various rituals. They wake up early in the morning and take a bath to wear new clothes. They also wear new ornaments and apply vermilion on their forehead. Then they offer rice, wet pulses, lemon, banana and other fruits as bhog. The women also observe fast for the whole day. After, the puja is over, they consume this bhog. Moreover, bowing low in front of their respective husband is also an integral part of the rituals of this festival.

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