Mokshada Ekadashi Vrat

Mokshada Ekadashi Vrat
This year's Mokshada Ekadashi Vrat

Saturday, 03 Dec - 2022

Mokshada Ekadashi Vrat in the Year 2022 will be Celebrated on Saturday, 03 December 2022.

The Ekadashi of Margsheersha (Agahan) month\'s Shukla paksha is known as Mokshada Ekadashi. A quick is seen by individuals on this day. In the not so distant future, the Moksha Ekadashi is on December 19, which is today.

As per religious scriptures, this day, Lord Krishna had illuminated Arjun about religious scripture "Gita" that gives moksha. That is the motivation behind why this Ekadashi is known as Mokshada Ekadashi.

Mokshada Ekadashi is seen throughout the waxing period of the moon in the month of November – December. The significance of this Ekadasi was described to Yudhishtira by Sri Krishna and is found in the Brahmanda Purana. Fasting. Watching this Ekadasi helps in pulverizing all the wrongdoings. In 2018, the date of Mokshada Ekadashi is December 2. Ekadasi fasting is committed to Bhagavan Srihari Vishnu and is watched twice in every Hindu month.

There is a prevalent view that watching Mokshada Ekadasi will help in allowing paradise to dead ancestors. Legend has it that King Vaikanasa, a well-known ruler, once had a dream that his father was in damnation. The King ended up defenseless as he couldn\'t help his father with all his influence and wealth. Before long he took the exhortation of Parvata Muni, who had the learning of past, present, and future.

Parvata Muni found that the father of King Vaikanasa had submitted a few sins and subsequently he was enduring in hellfire. To help his father the Saint requested that he watch Moksada Ekadasi

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