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Vaikuntha Ekadashi 2023 Special | Sannidhi Ghrita Deepam | Jan 02, 2023

Participate in Ghee offering for Sannidhi Deepam on the occasion of Vaikuntha Ekadashi on January 02, 2023, at Nathan Koil Divyadesam Kshetra in Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu.

Recorded Highlights will be published.

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Vaikuntha Ekadashi 2023 Special | Sannidhi Ghrita Deepam | Divyadesam Kshetra, Kumbakonam | Jan 02, 2023

 

Participate in Ghee offering for Sannidhi Deepam on the occasion of Vaikuntha Ekadashi on January 02, 2023, at Nathan Koil Divyadesam Kshetra in Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu.

Recorded Highlights will be published.

Importance of Vaikunth Ekadashi

Vaikunth Ekadashi is the eleventh day of Shukla Paksha Fortnight during Dhanurmaasam. This is an important day for the followers of Lord Vishnu, practicing Vishnu Panchakam.

It is believed that Vaikuntha Dwaram is open on this day in the abode of Lord Vishnu. Devotees believe that taking the darshan of the Lord on this day passing through Vaikuntha Dwaram in the temple is akin to reaching the Vaikunta.

Vikuntha is a Sanskrit word meaning “no shortage”. Performing fast on the eleventh day during the season of plenty, dedicating it to the Supreme Conscious is said to bring in a lot of health benefits.

Ekadashi and its importance

Ekadashi or the eleventh day occurs twice a month in the Hindu calendar and in a year 24 days are observed as Ekadashi. This is considered a day to cleanse the body, aid repair and rejuvenation and is usually observed by partial or complete fast. This period of abstinence starts from sunrise on the day of Ekadashi to sunrise on the following day. Those who fast on this day are said to rid of malefic planetary influences, experience happiness, and gain peace of mind and attain Moksha (the Salvation). Ekadashi Vrat is also known as Vrat-Trayam.

Importance of Ghee in the Hindu Sanatan Dharma

Ghee or Ghritam is a product obtained from the cow’s milk. The Cow or Gau has been given a special place in the Hindu traditions. She is revered for the presence of all Devatas (Gods and Goddesses) in her body and as a nourisher. The cow’s ghee forms an important part of Sanatan Dharma since, it is used for lighting Deepam (Diyas), as offering to all the Gods through the Havissu (A sacred offering) in Havan, Homa, Yajjna or Yaag. It is also used in preparation of many kinds of Naivedyam (Bhog).

Agni Puran clearly states that Ghee (clarified butter) be used in the Deepam for pujas.

Why cow ghee is used in Deepam?

It is a way of spreading joy, prosperity, happiness, and brightness. It also helps in removing the negative energy or vitalities present in the region. Ghee is an essential factor while we conduct pujas. We can use it in Prasadas and most often we use it to light lamps.

Shlokam For Lighting Deepam

शुभं करोति कल्याणं आरोग्यं धनसंपदः
शत्रुबुद्धिविनाशाय दीपज्योतिनमोऽस्तु ते

|| Shubham karoti kalyaanam Aarogyam dhana sampadaH |

| Shatru Buddhi vinaashaaya deepa jyotir Namostute ||

Benefits of Ghee Offering For Sannidhi Deepam

  • Ghee lamp can enhance the distribution of Sattvik vibrations
  • Abundant Riches to the giver or Donor
  • Peace & Harmony in the Family

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