Celebrated In: India
Celebrated By: (Hindu)
Shravana Putrada Ekadashi is otherwise called Pavitropana Ekadashi and Pavitra Ekadashi. This uncommon Ekadashi is generally seen by the Hindus with extraordinary dedication and devotion according to the antiquated Hindu convention and society. The day is stamped by fasting by the fans who does it according to the exceptional principles and regulations. The date of Shravana Putrada Ekadashi is chosen by the lunar timetable. The propitious day is checked by the observances of exceptional petitions to God and religious ceremonies, including unique puja to Lord Vishnu.
As per the Hindu conventional logbook, in the Hindu month of Shravana (July-August), on the eleventh lunar day (ekadashi) of the fortnight of the waxing moon falls the Shravana Putrada Ekadashi or Pavitropana Ekadashi or Pavitra Ekadashi. This specific day is likewise called as Shravana Putrada Ekadashi, so as to a great extent separate it from the other Putrada Ekadashi in Pausha or that falls in the month of December-January according to the Georgian timetable, that is otherwise called Pausha Putrada Ekadashi.
This favorable day is particularly and remarkably seen by Vaishnavas who are enthusiastic adherents of Lord Vishnu. On this specific day, an immaculate 24 hours fasting is wholeheartedly watched and deferential love is remarkably offered to the Lord Vishnu by both spouse and wife, who don't have a child for quite a while after marriage, keeping in mind the end goal to conceive a male kid with petition to God and customs (like different ekadashis).
Aficionados and travelers long with their relatives, relatives and companions visit sanctuaries that are committed to Lord Vishnu with incredible commitment and devotion. They took an interest in all the extraordinary petitions to God and religious customs of this promising day. This exceptional Ekadashi assumes a noteworthy part in the life of Hindus. This day has religious and otherworldly criticalness as well. Extraordinary pujas are performed in a large portion of the Lord Vishnu sanctuaries.