Celebrated In: India
Celebrated By: (Hindu)
As stated by the legend, Suketuman, the lord of Bhadravati and his ruler Shaibya were vexed because of the inadequacy of descendants. The few was agonized over their lost souls after death because of the nonattendance of any Shraadh custom as they don't have any child to perform such ceremonies. On dissatisfaction, Suketuman left his kingdom and went to the backwoods. Meandering the woods for few days, the ruler arrived at the ashram of a few sages on the bank of Mansarovar upon the arrival of Putrada Ekadashi. In the wake of knowing the explanation behind ruler's dissatisfaction, the sages exhorted Suketuman to watch the quick pf Putada Ekadashi to accomplish a child. Suketuman emulated the instructed concerning the sages and came back to his kingdom to watch the Putrada Ekadashi quick alongside his wife. Before long, the few was honored by a child with the finesse of Lord Vishnu, who grew up to turn into a courageous ruler in future.