Must Read This Fast Story On Jaya Ekadashi – India TV Hindi

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Jaya Ekadashi Vrat Katha

Jaya Ekadashi 2024: Today is the Ekadashi date of Shukla Paksha of Magha month and is also known as Jaya Ekadashi. According to the Hindu calendar, today 20 February 2024 is the last Ekadashi of Magha month. This Ekadashi is auspicious and by observing its fast properly, Lord Narayan showers blessings on his devotees. But today on the day of Jaya Ekadashi, along with fasting and worshiping Shri Hari, one should also listen or read this Vrat Katha.

According to the method of puja, those who fast on this day go to sleep without hearing or reciting the story of Jaya Ekadashi. They do not get the full benefit of fasting. So today we are going to tell you about the legendary story of Jaya Ekadashi fast, so do read it today.

Jaya Ekadashi Vrat Katha

According to legend, once a Gandharva named Mallyavana was singing a song in the court of Lord Indra. As soon as his attention turned to his better half while singing, he stopped his song. This angered Indradev and banished Malivan from heaven and sent him to the underworld, forcing him to live the life of a vampire. Malivan apologized to Indra but Indradev did not accept his apology. He tried hard to free himself from this curse but could not find a way. Suddenly Malyon met Devarshi Narada, then Naradaji asked Gandharva to observe fast on Ekadashi date of Magha month and perform kirtan of Lord. Malivan fasted on Jaya Ekadashi and his body was freed from the vampire’s vagina and regained the body of a beautiful Gandharva.

(Disclaimer: The information given here is based on religious belief and folk beliefs. There is no scientific evidence for this. India TV does not prove the truth of anything.)

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