by Bhaktivedanta Institute .
Written in English
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Ekādaśī The Day of Lord Hari No part of this book may be reprinted in any form or by any means reproduced without the written permission of the author. ISBN Srimati Ekadasi-devi manifested herself from the body of Lord Visnu and slew the demon Mura. Apr 28, · Ekadasi: The day of Lord Hari a translation of portions of various Puranas by Krsna-Dvaipayana Vyasa, the literary incarnation of God by Krsna Balaram. Published by Bhaktivedanta Institute. Written in hisn-alarum.com: On the day of Lord Hari (Ekadasi, etc.), one should study Ramayana, Srimad-Bhagavatam, Mahabharata, and other Puranas which are written by Srila Vyasadeva. Basic Rules for Determining Ekadasi and Mahadvadasi. SP Letter to Madhudvisa England: "Regarding you first question, we observe Ekadasi from sunrise to sunrise. Dec 10, · Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital hisn-alarum.com projects include the Wayback Machine, hisn-alarum.com and hisn-alarum.com
Bhagavat Dharma Samaj is based on the exact teachings of Srimad Bhagavatam and expounds these principles philosophically and scientifically so the modern mind can grasp it. This Harileela book is the newest publication just released from the press. It depicts the mystical deeds of God performed while on earth. Ekadasi, The Day of Lord Hari. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. In other words one should try to please Lord Hari and the devotees of Hari. The meaning of the word upavasa (fasting) is to live nearby. On the day of Ekadasi one should remain aloof from all kinds of sinful activities, give up all kinds of household activities and sense gratification and live near the Lord. Ekadasi is the eleventh day of the waxing and waning moons. Like the Judeo-Christian Sabbath, it is a day for increased concentration on God. Ekadasi is called Hari Vasara, “the day of Lord Hari [a name for Krishna].” On Ekadasi, Krishna devotees either fast or simplify .
Full eating is condemned on Ekadasi and fasting on that day is certainly very pleasing to Lord Krishna. (Hari Bhakti Vilas 12/6) Fasting is an aspect of Ekadasi that is in itself multifaceted. Fasting does not simply refer to total negation. As this verse says 'full' eating is condemned; the purport being that frivolous feasting is most heinous. These stories have been summarized and slightly changed, abbreviated or added to from how they are found in the celebrated book, "Ekadasi: The Day of Lord Hari" HH Krishna Balaram Swami. Bhaktivedanta Institute Press. Vaisnava Calendar Reminder Services. These stories have been summarised and slightly changed or abbreviated from how they are found in the celebrated book, “Ekadasi: The Day of Lord Hari” HH Krishna Balaram Swami. Bhaktivedanta Institute Press, Pages Ekādaśī Tithi, the eleventh lunar day (Shukla Ekādaśī), also known as Hari Vasara because it is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, is a day of fasting and prayers for all Hindus. Those who fast on this day are considered to get rid of malefic planetary influences, experience happiness, and gain the right peace of mind to think of Ishvara and.