Saturday, August 8, 2009

Vishnupati & Lord Krishna's birthday

Vishnupati is a divine time capsule of around 9 hours, when miracles happen. This celestial event happens on August 17th. Vishnupati is one of the best times for charity, feeding, rituals, poojas, tarpan and singing the praise of the Lord.
You may be aware of how powerful the Eleventh Moon (or Ekadasi) rituals are. As per Siddhas, poojas done during Vishnupati are equivalent to delivering merit that is equivalent to several years of Ekadasi poojas. This is the significance and key to abundance that is present during Vishnupati rituals.
This Vishnupati is even more exciting because Lord Krishna's birthday occurs on August 13th. Krishna, one of the avatars of Lord Maha Vishnu is a symbol of fun and adventure. His intuitive and divine guidance to Arjuna popularly known as 'Gita', is considered to be the beacon of light which guides millions of humans across several yugas or Vedic time periods. Krishna was born on the Eighth Moon phase also known as Ashtami of the Hindu lunar month of Shravan. Krishna was an incarnation and has all the characteristics of the Lord.
Lord Krishna is portrayed in various perspectives: a child god, a prankster, a model lover, a divine hero and the Supreme Being. He is indeed the perfect symbol for fun, love and adventure.
These two events present a perfect opportunity to enhance all that is related to prosperity and happy living. You should feed the poor kids and where possible do charitable deeds, especially for poor children. Children are very dear to Lord Krishna and whoever shows their affection to Children will get Krishnas grace.
On the Vishnupati day, you can chant prosperity mantras to regulate your money karma for abundant prosperity. You could also offer prayers to your ancestors so that they bless you with all the good things in life.

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