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Ekadashi: Collection of Texts In 6 Languages

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This book is a collection of all Ekadashi Vrat Katha (Ekadashi Mahatmya) texts in 6 languages: English, Hindi, Russian, Ukrainian, Portuguese, Hungarian. These texts were taken from "Ekadashi Reminder" application for Android. More details about Ekadashi: Ekadashi ("Eleven"), also spelled as Ekadasi, is an auspicious day which occurs twice in a Hindu calendar month. It is the eleventh lunar day (tithi) of each of the two lunar phase which occur in a Hindu calendar month - the Shukla Paksha (brightening moon) and the Krishna Paksha (fading moon). Fasting In Hinduism it is considered a spiritually beneficial day and is usually observed by a partial fast. Beans and grains are not eaten during Ekadashi, as on this day these two foods are believed to be contaminated by sin. Only fruits, vegetables and milk products are eaten during Ekadashi. Devotees of Lord Vishnu observe Ekadashi fasting to seek His blessings. "Ekadashi Reminder" for Android calculates... More > Vaishnava fasting days.< Less
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ISBN
9781365681943
Published
January 14, 2017
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
785.78 KB
Product ID
23027840

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