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पापांकुशा एकादशी | 16 Oct 2021 #shorts

#ekadashi #ekadashiinfo Papankusha Ekadashi 2020: As per the Hindu calendar, the eleventh day of the lunar fortnight is called Ekadashi. On this day devotees of Lord Vishnu keep a day-long fast. Usually, there are 24 Ekadashis which take place in a complete year- two Ekadashis in one month, comprising one at the time of Krishna Paksha and second at the time of Shukla Paksha. However, the number increases to 26 when the Adhik Maas gets added to the calendar once in about 32 months. The ongoing Hindu year has the Adhik Maas (leap month) therefore, the devotees will observe two additional Ekadashi vrats this year. Interestingly, each Ekadashi has a specific name and significance. The Ekadashi of the Ashwin, Shukla Paksha, is referred to as Papankusha Ekadashi. It is believed that one who observes this fast seek the blessings of Lord Vishnu and attain Moksha (liberation from the cycle of birth, , and rebirth). Like👍 | Comment👇 | Share👫 | Subscribe👈 ______________________________________________ Watch 24x7 free to air satellite television channel "Hare Krsna TV" on your Television / Mobile / Tablet / Laptop /PC: Get free spiritual counseling: 080 6911 33 44 Get Gita : +91 7506 977 977 Join kids Programs : +91 7045 377 377 Receive updates of Hare Krsna TV : WhatsApps: Hare Krsna TV established in 2016 Email: Disclaimer: ________________________________________________ Donate: Join Whatsapp & Telegram groups: Facebook : Twitter : ISKCON Desire Tree established in 2002 ISKCON Website :

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