From Chaturmas 20 the work of Manglik will be stopped

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Ayodhya. Lord Vishnu, the Guardian of the Universe, will remain in Yoga Nidra from July 20th. Devshayani Ekadashi will also start Chaturmas from July 20th. For this reason, Manglik’s work will be suspended for four months.
Lord Vishnu will wake up on November 15th after 118 days on Kartik Shukla Ekadashi from Yoga Nidra. Manglik’s work begins as soon as you wake up. Ashadh Shukla Paksha Ekadashi (Devshayani), the date on which Lord Vishnu enters Yoga Nidra, this time falls on July 20th.
It is also called Padma Ekadashi. Mahant of Saket Bhawan Temple, the famous Jyotisacharya Purushottam Das aka Acharya Praveen says that Ekadashi will start on July 19th at 9:59 pm and will continue on July 20th at 7:17 pm.
On this day Lord Vishnu begins to sleep in Kshirsagar and goes into Yoga Nidra. Manglik work such as moving into the house, marriage, etc. is prohibited during these four months. During this time, time should be spent doing religious deeds, worship, and worship of saints and common people.
Acharya Praveen says that, according to astrological calculations, Lord Vishnu rested 148 days in Kshirsagar due to the excessive month last year. This time he will remain in the state of Yoga Nidra from July 20th to November 14th.
According to mythological beliefs, during this time Lord Bholmath will be in charge of the universe and running the business. During this time religious rituals take place, but auspicious work such as marriage etc. is not performed.
four months of Chaturmas
– From Ekadashi from Shukla Paksha from Shravan-Ashadh month from Shravan Shukla Ekadashi to Shravan Shukla Ekadashi
July 20th to August 18th
– Bhadrapada – from the Ekadashi of Shravan Shukla Paksha to the Ekadashi of Bhadrapada Shukla Paksha
August 18th to September 17th
– Ashwin – From Ekadashi by Bhadrapada Shukla Paksha to Ekadashi by Ashwin Shukla Paksha
September 17th to October 16th
Kartik – Ekadashi from Ashwin Shukla Paksha to Ekadashi from Kartik Shukla Paksha
October 16 to November 15

Ayodhya. Lord Vishnu, the Guardian of the Universe, will remain in Yoga Nidra from July 20th. Chaturmas also starts on July 20th on Devshayani Ekadashi. For this reason, Manglik’s work will be suspended for four months.

Lord Vishnu will wake up on November 15th after 118 days on Kartik Shukla Ekadashi from Yoga Nidra. Manglik’s work begins as soon as you wake up. Ashadh Shukla Paksha Ekadashi (Devshayani), the date on which Lord Vishnu enters Yoga Nidra, this time falls on July 20th.

It is also called Padma Ekadashi. Mahant of Saket Bhawan Temple, the famous Jyotisacharya Purushottam Das aka Acharya Praveen says that Ekadashi will start on July 19th at 9:59 pm and will continue on July 20th at 7:17 pm.

On this day Lord Vishnu begins to sleep in Kshirsagar and goes into Yoga Nidra. Manglik work such as moving into the house, marriage, etc. is prohibited during these four months. During this time, time should be spent doing religious deeds, worship, and worship of saints and common people.

Acharya Praveen says that, according to astrological calculations, Lord Vishnu rested 148 days in Kshirsagar due to the excessive month last year. This time he will remain in the state of Yoga Nidra from July 20th to November 14th.

According to mythological beliefs, during this time Lord Bholmath will be in charge of the universe and running the business. During this time religious rituals take place, but auspicious work such as marriage etc. is not performed.

four months of Chaturmas

– From Ekadashi from Shukla Paksha from Shravan-Ashadh month from Shravan Shukla Ekadashi to Shravan Shukla Ekadashi

July 20th to August 18th

– Bhadrapada – from the Ekadashi of Shravan Shukla Paksha to the Ekadashi of Bhadrapada Shukla Paksha

August 18th to September 17th

– Ashwin – From Ekadashi by Bhadrapada Shukla Paksha to Ekadashi by Ashwin Shukla Paksha

September 17th to October 16th

Kartik – Ekadashi from Ashwin Shukla Paksha to Ekadashi from Kartik Shukla Paksha

October 16 to November 15

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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