According to Hindu calendar, there are 24 ekadashi in a year, which are observed and out of these the Nirjala Ekadashi is the most crucial one. Nirjala Ekadashi is devoted to Lord Vishnu; devotees from across India worship the almighty in order to seek his blessings for good fortune. Continue reading All you need to know about Nirjala Ekadashi
Lord Vishnu, the part of Hindu Trinity – Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh, is a great figure in the religious community and for the devout men and women. The adventures and incarnations of Vishnu are numerous and each has a twang of mysticism and awe-inspiring aspect to it. He is referred to as the Preservator, who is responsible for sustenance of the universe as well as the prevalence of Dharma on earth. There might be lesser families of the Sanatan Dharma believers, who would not have consecrated Lord Vishnu Idols and installed them in their house.
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