Dev Uthani Ekadashi Puja : Auspicious day for marriages all over India

Dev Uthani Ekadashi festival is celebrated in the month of  Kartik (November-December).It is believed that on this day Lord Vishnu had woken up after a rest of four months. This day is considered auspicious as marriages take place on this day all over India. Beside this all auspicious work could be started from this day. lt is also known by the name of Dev Pradodini Ekadasi, Hari Prabodini Ekadasi, Uttahana Ekadasi and Bada Ekadasi.

On this day, an image of Lord Vishnu is drawn on the ground. Lamps are lit around it and fruits and vegetables are offered to this fresh image. In some regions this image is covered with a big brass plate symbolizing that lord is sleeping. Bhajans are dedicated to lord Vishnu to shed his sleep and wake up and bless people.

To wake the Lord, children light mustard torches at night and make lot of noise.

Dev Uthani Ekadashi

The methods of the Dev Uthani Ekadashi Puja Festivalare:

  1. The courtyard or the room should be cleaned and with limestone or chuna and with geru the image of Dev or the deity or the Lord should be drawn.
  2. In the evening, puja is done with water, roli, moli which are the colored thread, rice, fruits, gut, cotton, banana, gwar ki phalli, mooli, money etc.
  3. The Deepak or diya or the home made soil lamps are then lit and devotional songs are sung.
  4. The most important part of the puja. People perform Tulsiji ka Vivah on this day with Shaligram.

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