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Putrada Ekadashi is celebrated twice a year. First time in the month of December or January and second time, in the month of July or August.
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Shravan Putrada Ekadashi Vrat :- 18 August 2021, Wednesday
Ekadashi date start: – 18 August 2021, Wednesday morning (03:20 )
Ekadashi date ends: 19 August 2021 Thursday morning (01:05)
Parana of Shravan Putrada Ekadashi fast: August 19
Ekadashi or the eleventh day (tithi) in the Hindu calendar, which falls in the month of December or January, is called Paush Shukla Putrada Ekadashi and the second Ekadashi celebrated in the month of July or August is known as Shravan Shukla Putrada Ekadashi. Goes.
Rite of Parana: Parana means ending or breaking the fast. Shravan Putrada Ekadashi fast is observed after sunrise on the next day of Parana Putrada Ekadashi. It is necessary to perform the ritual of Parana within the time period of Dwadashi Tithi as there may be some adverse effects from observing the Parana after the offering of Dwadashi Tithi. According to the Hindu calendar, Shravan Putrada Ekadashi will be celebrated on the eleventh day of Shukla Paksha in the Hindu month of Shravan.
What is the significance of Putrada Ekadashi?
The name Putrada is derived from the Sanskrit words ‘putra’ meaning ‘son’ and ‘ada’ meaning ‘giving’. In the Vedas, Lord Vishnu is believed to be the fulfiller of all your wishes and desires, so couples who pray to Lord Vishnu for a son on this day, their wishes are fulfilled.
Shravan Putrada Ekadashi Vrat is observed and the holy day is observed by married couple who do not have a son for a long time after marriage.
In some parts of the world, people question the importance of this Shravan Putrada Ekadashi as it is considered partial behavior towards the girl child. This festival has been celebrated since ancient times when great importance was given to the birth of a son to take forward his generation and to take care of them when they grow old.