Vaikunta Ekadasi 2023 Dates In Tirumala TTD Darshan Timings
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The month of Margashira is one that Lord Vishnu holds in very high regard. The Dhanurmasam festival will begin about midway through this month. During the month of Dhanurmasam, Lord Godadevi offered adoration to Lord Sri Hari, who had previously been incarnated as Lord Ranganath. As a result, Lord Ranganath became Lord Godadevi’s husband.
Godadevi, by continually showering Srimannarayana with Pasuram praise, was the source of his joy. Also known as Vaikunta Ekadasi, Mukkoti Ekadashi, and Putrada Ekadashi, the Shukshapaksha Ekadashi that occurs during the month of Pushya is one of the Ekadashi dates. Devotees have a strong desire to view Srimannarayan at the northern entrance on this particular day. Everything is made holy during the twenty-four Ekadash days that are spread throughout the year. On the other hand, these do not contain any Vaikunta Ekadasi. Because other Ekadas are computed in accordance with Chandramanam, this one, in contrast, is computed in accordance with Solarmanam. Mukkoti Ekadashi is the name given to the day that occurs after Dhanurmasa Shuddha Ekadashi but before the Sun moves to Uttarayana.
Vaikunta Ekadasi 2023 Date In Tirumala TTD Darshan Timings
Vaikunta Ekadasi 2023 Date In Tirumala is on 02 January 2023, Monday
The Vaikunta Dwaram Will be Open from 02 January 2023 and will be closed on 11 Janauary 2023
The Timings of the Vaikunta Dwaram will be from the morning.
- In Tirumala for the Vaikunta Ekadasi festival, the Vaikunta Dwaram will be opened. This is the best day to enter Vaikunta Dwaram.
- Pilgrims will be allowed inside the Dwaram on the Vaikunta Ekadasi day only in a year. Due to the heavy rush of pilgrims to Tirumala on this Vaikunta Ekadasi day, the Vaikunta Dwaram will be open for more than one day for the pilgrims
- The pilgrims need not book any special tickets for the Vaikunta Ekadasi and the entry into the Vaikunta Dwaram. The pilgrims who come to Tirumala for Darshan will be allowed inside the dwaram on the Vaikunta Ekadasi day.