Pausha Putrada Ekadashi Vrat, Putrada Ekadashi Vrat in Pausha Month, how to observe Pausha Putrada Ekadashi Vrat?
According to the traditional North Indian calendar, in the month of Pausha during the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of the moon), Pausha Putrada Ekadashi occurs. In the Gregorian calendar, the corresponding month is either December or January when it occurs.
It is strongly believed by the Hindu devotees that observing Vrat assist them in eradicating the evil acts and sins that are committed by a person in the past knowingly or unknowingly. This particular Ekadashi has social and religious importance among the Hindu devotees and they give much preference to follow it like other auspicious days and religious festive days.
It is to be highly noted that those devotees who are observing this particular Vrat don’t take even single meal on the previous day. On the other hand, they totally abstain from food on day of Pausha Putrada Ekadashi.
This day is known for observing a complete fast with lot of dedication and devotion. The devotees follow all the rules and practices that are said in the Vedic texts and scriptures for the blessing of the Lord Vishnu.
This Ekadashi has much religious and social significance among the Hindu devotees. This day is largely dedicated to Lord Vishnu with great favor and devotion. They give much importance to this Ekadashi by perform all the related activities of the said auspicious day. Most of the devotees visit the nearest temple for worship and perform special rituals for prosperity in personal and professional life. It is said the results of Vrat are always fruitful for the devotees.