Apara Ekadashi 2021 This year’s Apara Ekadashi is today. Apara Ekadashi is considered best to get the blessings of Shri Hari Vishnu. In the Puranas, Apara Ekadashi is called Mokshadayani. Let us know about Muhurta worship method, fast story and religious importance.
Apara Ekadashi 2021.
Apara Ekadashi Vrata is observed every year on the Ekadashi of Krishna Paksha of Jyeshtha month.
This year’s Apara Ekadashi is today. There is a law of worship and fasting of Lord Vishnu on Ekadashi.
The glory of Apara Ekadashi 2021.
Apara Ekadashi is considered best for getting the blessings of Shri Hari Vishnu. In the Puranas, Apara Ekadashi is called Mokshadayani.
On this day a person who observes the fast with devotion becomes free from the hindrance of the Phantom Yoni. Let us know about the Muhurta, worship method, fast story and religious importance.
Auspicious timings of Apara Ekadashi.
Apara Ekadashi is today, June 6, Sunday. Ekadashi Tithi has started on 5th June at 4:07 am and will end on 6th June at 6:19 am. The fasting time is from 5:23 am to 8:10 am on 7th June.
Apara Ekadashi 2021 pooja method.
On the day of Apara Ekadashi, after retiring from bath etc., the idol of Lord Vishnu should be installed on a yellow seat. Akshat, fruits, flowers, lamps, incense and naivedya should be offered to the Lord with tilak of Roli and turmeric.
Reciting Vishnu Sahasranama and Apara Ekadashi fasting story on this day is very fruitful. Keep fast throughout the day, do the aarti of Vishnu ji in the evening and do charity as per the power and on the next day the fast should be broken according to the Muhurta.
Significance of Apara Ekadashi 2021.
Apara Ekadashi is special. It is believed that on this day, whoever worships Lord Vishnu and observes a fast, he gets all worldly pleasures and that person becomes free from the hindrance of the Phantom Yoni.
Apara Ekadashi is considered to be salvation in the scriptures. Apart from this, Lord Vishnu forgives the mistakes made by a person during his lifetime.
Story behind the Apara Ekadashi.
According to Apara Ekadashi mentioned in Padma Purana, there was a wise king named Mahidhwaja, his younger brother Vajradhwaja was jealous of him. One day, by deceit, he killed the king and buried him under a peepal tree. Due to the premature death, King Mahidhwaj was wandered for many years.
One day, a sage knowing the reason for wandering in the phantom yoni of the king with his penance, himself kept a fast on Apara Ekadashi and gave his virtue to the king.
The soul of the king, being freed from the phantom yoni, reached Baikunth Dham by the grace of Lord Vishnu. The description of the greatness of Apara Ekadashi is also found in the Mahabharata.