Pashankusha Ekadashi

The Supreme Personality of Godhead Shri Krishna said, “Oh king Yudhisthira, please listen as I explain the glories of this Ekadashi- Pashankusha Ekadashi – which removes all sins. On this day one should worship the Deity of Padmanabha, the lotus naveled Lord Vishnu, according to the rules of archana viddhi (regulations). By so doing, one achieves whatever heavenly pleasures one may want in this world, and at last attains liberation from this world thereafter. Simply by offering one’s humble obeisances unto Lord Vishnu, the rider of Garuda, one can achieve the same merit as is gained by performing great penances for a long time restraining and controlling the senses. Although a person might have committed unlimited and abominable sins, he can still escape hellish punishment just by paying his obeisances to Lord Shri Hari, the taker away of all sin.
The merits gained by going on pilgrimage to the Holy Tirthas of this earthly planet can also be achieved simply by chanting the Holy names of Lord Vishnu. Whosoever chants these sacred names – such as Rama, Vishnu, Janardana or Krishna – especially on Ekadashi, never sees Yamaraj, the king of death’s punishing abode. Nor does such a devotee who fasts on Pashankusha Ekadashi, which is very dear to Me, see that plutonic abode.

Especially on this Pashankusha Ekadashi, even the poor should first bathe and then give some charity according to their means, and perform other auspicious activities in accordance with their ability.
Whosoever performs sacrifices and benefits the people, or builds public ponds, resting places, gardens, or houses does not suffer the punishments of Yamaraj. Indeed, one should understand that a person much have performed such pious activities as these in the past life if he is long lived, wealthy, of high birth, or free from all diseases. But a person who observes Pashankusha Ekadashi goes to the abode of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Vishnu.

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