Mokshada ekadashi likewise celebrated as Geeta Jayanti, Mokshada Ekadashi is when Shri Krishna gave the Bhagavad Gita to Arjuna before the fight between the Pandavas and the Kauravas. In a spot known as Jyotisha Tirtha, Shri Krishna talked the refrains archived in the Bhagavad Gita to Arjuna when he was suspicious of going into a fight against his own family.
It is additionally accepted that Mokshada Ekadashi is the greatest day to gift somebody a Bhagavad Gita as Shri Krishna showers his endowments on both the provider and the beneficiary. Consequently, we support the trading of Bhagavad Gitas on this promising day. Since in addition to the fact that this was the day when the Gita became animated, yet additionally a favored day where Shri Krishna himself gives his benevolence to us.
SIGNIFICANCE OF THIS EKADASHI
As indicated by the Mahabharata, it is the day Shri Krishna gave the sacred Bhagavad Gita to sovereign Arjuna of the Pandavas.
Arjuna would have rather not head off to war with the Kauravas as he would have rather not battle his family. That is when Shri Krishna provided him with the useful tidbits in the 700-refrain Bhagavad Gita. This denoted the start of the climactic conflict between the Pandavas, and the Kauravas represented in the Mahabharata.
This trade of intelligence between Shri Krishna and Arjuna as the Gita is additionally why this day is called Gita Jayanti.
WHY WE CELEBRATE THIS EKADASHI ?
Mokshada Ekadashi is extremely huge for the Hindus. We devote this day to Lord Vishnu, the sustainer of life. According to the convictions of Hinduism, Lord Vishnu frees us from the pattern of life and demise.
We quick on this day out of appreciation for Lord Krishna, a symbol of Vishnu. We additionally quick with the goal that our perished predecessors are soothed of their wrongdoings and blight. We can say that Mokshada Ekadashi is observed so that we can get together as a family and pray for the redemption of our ancestors so that they may live in peace after death.
DATE AND PANCHANG
Date: 03 December 2022
Tithi: Ekadashi upto 29:34
Nakshatra: Revati upto 06:09
Yoga: Vyatipata upto 28:28
First Karana: Vanija upto 17:36
Second Karana: Vishti upto 29:34