Devutthana Ekadashi 2022: This Fast Will Bless You With the Luck of a 1000 Yagya!

In this special blog, we will discuss the significance of  Devutthana Ekadashi 2022, its history, Shubh Muhurat and the right time to break your fast. Also, in this blog our readers will know about the importance of the Tulsi Vivah and ways and rules to worship the lord Vishnu. So let’s move ahead and take an insight into the Devutthana Ekadashi 2022.

According to religious beliefs, every month has an Ekadashi tithi, but the most important one is Devutthana Ekadashi. As per the Hindu Panchang, since ancient times, the Devutthana Ekadashi falls on the Ekadashi Tithi of the Shukla Paksha of the month of Kartik. Additionally, according to the Vishnu Purana, on the Ekadashi of the month of Ashad, Lord Vishnu had fallen into heavy sleep after killing the demon named Shankhasura. Four months later, on the Ekadashi of the Kartik Shukla Paksha, Lord Vishnu woke up from his sleep (Shri Hari Yoga Nidra) and nature was blessed with rain. 

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In the Sanatan transition, Manglik rituals like weddings take place after this Tithi. Let us learn about the significance, traditional story, puja vidhi, ingredients, and rules of the fast of Devutthana Ekadashi 2022.

Devutthana Ekadashi 2022 Shubh Muhurat

According to the Hindu Panchang, Devutthana Ekadashi will start on November 3rd, 2022, from 7:32 pm and end on November 4th, 2022, at 6:10 pm. Its fast will be observed on Friday, November 4th.

Time to break the fast of Devutthana Ekadashi: November 5th, 2022 from 6:35 am to 8:47 am.

Significance of Devutthana Ekadashi 2022

The name “Devutthana” comes from the awakening of the Gods. It is believed that Lord Vishnu falls into a deep sleep on the Ekadashi of Ashad Shukla Paksha and wakes up four months later on the Ekadashi of Kartik Shukla Paksha. Due to these four months being a period of rest for the Gods, every Manglik program is prohibited. The Manglik rituals are performed after the Gods have woken up.

There is a special significance of observing a fast on this day. It is believed that the one who observes this fast is blessed with the results of a thousand Ashwamegha Yagya and a hundred Rajasuya Yagya. According to the mythical beliefs, the tradition of Tulsi Vivah on this day is considered to bring positivity into your household. There are many festivals organized for the wedding of Goddess Tulsi on Devutthana Ekadashi.

The Significance of the Tulsi Vivah 

There is a special importance of the Tulsi Vivah on the day of Devutthana Ekadashi. On this day, the Tulsi plant is married off to Shaligram in a traditional wedding ceremony. Since Tulsi is Lord Vishnu’s beloved plant, the first prayer that Lord Vishnu hears after waking up is of Goddess Tulsi. The simple meaning of Tulsi Vivah is to evoke the Gods through Tulsi. It is believed that if someone does not have a daughter, they should perform the rituals of Tulsi Vivah to be blessed with the honor of Kanyadaan.

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The Mythical Tales

According to the mythological tale, once upon a time, Goddess Lakshmi inquired of Lord Vishnu saying, “Oh lord, either you stay awake for days and nights on a stretch or you fall into deep sleep (Yoga Nidra) for centuries. This causes many problems to every creature of the world. I request you to sleep according to a set rule or a specific time so that I would get some rest as well.” Lord Vishnu was impressed with Goddess Lakshmi’s request and agreed to it.

Lord Vishnu replied to Goddess Lakshmi, “On your request, I will rest for four months of the Monsoon season. This sleep of mine will be called “Alpanidra” and “Pralay Kaalin Mahaanidra” and those devotees who will serve me during this time will receive desired results. Whoever will worship me with utmost love and complete rituals, I will reside with them in their house.”

Devutthana Ekadashi 2022: How to Worship Lord Vishnu 

  • On the morning of Devutthana Ekadashi, take shower after cleaning your home.
  • Offer Arghya to Surya Dev and take an oath to observe the fast.
  • Meditate on Lord Vishnu on this day and chant his Mantras.
  • After wearing clean clothes, draw the feet of Lord Vishnu on the floor of the fortyard (Aangan ) of your house.
  • In an Okhli (Mortar-Pestle), draw another figure of Lord Vishnu’s feet and keep fruits and sugarcane on the spot, and cover them with a basket.
  • Lit a lamp (Diya) on the place of worship and your doorsteps.
  • In the evening, worship Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi with your family.
  • Later, wake up Lord Vishnu with Shankha, bells, etc.
  • Remember to bathe Lord Vishnu with Panchamrit on Devutthana Ekadashi.

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Taking these steps will ensure your desired results

  • On this day, anoint Lord Vishnu with saffron mixed milk. It is believed that Lord Vishnu is pleased by this and blesses his devotees with desired results.
  • In the early morning, bathe in any nearby river and get rid of all your sins. Later, chant Gayatri Mantra. This will have positive effects on your health.
  • To get rid of all your financial worries, offer white sweets or Kheer with a leaf of Tulsi in it, in any Vishnu temple as Bhog on Ekadashi. By doing so, Lord Vishnu will help you improve your financial conditions.
  • On Ekadashi, offer coconut and dry fruits in a Vishnu temple. This will help you get all your work completed that was stuck before and provide you with happiness and satisfaction.
  • On this day, offer yellow clothes, yellow fruits, and yellow grains to Lord Vishnu. Later, donate the items to those in need.
  • Light a Diya in front of a Tulsi plant on this day and chant the Mantra–“Om vasudevaya namah:” to attain satisfaction and happiness in your household.
  • On Devutthana Ekadashi, fill a Dakshinavarti Shankh with water and anoint Lord Vishnu with it. Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi are pleased by this and bless their devotees with wealth and happiness.
  • It is also believed to be auspicious to offer water on a Peepal tree. 

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