Pic credit score: Twitter. Large B shares pics of ornament on the Tirupati temple
- The eleventh day (Ekadashi Tithi), Shukla Paksha (brighter section of the lunar fortnight) of Paush is of nice significance
- Devotees have fun Vaikuntha Ekadashi on this event
- The doorways to Lord Vishnu’s heavenly abode, Vaikuntham, stay open on this present day
The eleventh day (Ekadashi Tithi) throughout the Lunar fortnight is critical for Lord Vishnu devotees. And curiously, every Ekadashi has a particular identify. For instance, the Ekadashi of Paush (as per the Purnimant calendar), Shukla Paksha (waxing or the darker section of the Moon), Margashirsha (Margazhi in Tamil) and Dhanur month (as per the Photo voltaic calendar) is known as Vaikuntha Ekadashi. And in Tamil, it’s known as Vaikunta Ekadasi.
This 12 months, devotees have noticed the Vaikuntha Ekadashi quick at the moment, on January 13, and can break it tomorrow when Dwadashi Tithi (twelfth day) stays in impact. And on this auspicious event, legendary actor Amitabh Bachchan took to Twitter to share a couple of photos of the lighting and floral ornament on the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam – the abode of Lord Tirupati Balaji.
The veteran tweeted: “Tirumala temple lighting and flower ornament for ..VAIKUNTA EKADASI (sic).” Take a look at the pictures shared beneath:
This is some details about Vakintha Ekadashi for the uninitiated:
This Ekadashi is known as after Lord Vishnu’s heavenly abode, Vaikuntha. It’s stated that the doorways (Vaikuntha Dwar) to his dham (abode) stay open on this present day. Due to this fact, these (the saints and the discovered women and men) in search of salvation (Moksha) or liberation from the vicious cycle of start, life, and demise, observe a quick. Furthermore, the best goal of those nice women and men is to hunt refuge in Vaikuntha after their journey on the earth ends.
And this present day is widely known with zest and enthusiasm at Lord Venkateshwara’s temple in Tirupati.
Located in Andhra Pradesh atop seven hills within the Seshachalam, Japanese ghats vary, this Devasthanam is without doubt one of the Swayam Vyaktha kshetras devoted to Vishnu. Lord Balaji is a strong deity who grants individuals’s needs. Devotees voluntarily get their heads tonsured to pay tribute to God.
Apparently, Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple at Srirangam can be recognized for the Vaikuntha Ekadashi celebrations.