Anantha Padmanabha Vratha Katha in Kannada PDF

See below for Anantha Padmanabha Vratha Katha in Kannada PDF Pooja Vidhi, Anantha Chaturdashi Pooja, and Kathe in Kannada PDF.

Ananta Padmanabha Swami is honored on Anant Chaturdashi, which is a Hindu holiday (God Vishnu). People who have lost their money, glory, respect, etc., are said to get it back if they do the Anant Chaturdashi vrat. During this Vrat, the number 14 is thought to be lucky. Anantha Chaturdashi is celebrated as the Ganesh Visarjan day in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.

Anantha Padmanabha vratham date 2022:

On the fourteenth day of the bright fortnight of Bhadrapada, which is called Anant Chaturdashi, people have a party. Anant Chaturdashi is on 09 September 2022, which falls on Friday.

Click here to Download Anantha Padmanabha Vratha in Telugu PDF

Click here to Download Anantha Padmanabha Vratha in Kannada PDF

Anantha Padmanabha Vratha Katha in Kannada PDF Pooja Vidhi

Sumanta was a brahmin who was born into the Vasishtha Gotra and married Deeksha, Brighu’s daughter. They had a lovely daughter whose name was Susheela. Susheela lost her mother when she was a young girl. Her father got married to a woman named Karkashe, who was mean and always getting into fights. She made Susheela’s life terrible. Even though things were hard at home, Susheela grew up to be a beautiful woman who was ready to get married. When Sumanta was worried about his daughter’s wedding, a rishi named Kaundinya came to his house looking for a wife. Sumanta gives Kaundinya rishi his daughter as a bride. Since his wife wouldn’t cooperate, he could give his son-in-law a little fried wheat flour as a wedding gift.

Kaundinya and his wife Susheela left the place and walked until they reached the bank of a river. On that day, Bhadrapada Shukla Chaturdashi, a lot of red-dressed brahmins and their wives were worshipping Ananta Padmanabha. Susheela asks these women about the vrata because she is interested. They say that the vrata is called Anantha vrata and that the fruits are endless (Anantha). When Susheela expressed interest in doing the vrata, they told her the following:

On Bhadrapada Shukla Chaturdashi, the vrata is to be done. After you’ve taken a bath and put on a clean outfit, decorate the altar with love. Keep a kalasha to the south of the altar where you ask the Lord to come. Keep the seven darbhas tied together to show that Ananta is there. Keep a 14-knot red thread on the altar. Use 14 different kinds of flowers and 14 different kinds of leaves to worship the Lord. Atirasa is the prasad for this vow. Make 28 of them and give them to Brahmanas. People who come should be fed and treated well. Do this vrata for 14 years, and every year, replace the worn thread from the year before. Do the udyapana on the 15th year (conclusion with the donation of gifts to Brahmanas).

After listening to the story with faith and devotion, Susheela did the puja with the other people there, gave half of the fried wheat flour to the Brahmanas, put on the red thread, and went with her husband to his ashram while thinking of Ananta Padmanabha. Kaundinya’s ashram became beautiful and wealthy because of the power of Anantha vrata. All of his family members couldn’t wait to do the Anantha vrata. Susheela seemed to glow with brilliance.

When Kaundinya sees the red thread on Susheela’s hand one day, he asks her what it means. Even though she told him the truth, Kaundinya took the thread from her and threw it in the fire. Susheela takes the half-burnt thread and puts it in a bowl of milk. This made Kaundinya very sad. Soon, he lost all of his money, his family left him, and his animals died, and he knew it was all because he was rude to Ananta Padmanabha swami in the form of the red thread.

Kaundinya goes out of his house to find Anantha Padmanabha. He goes into the jungle like a crazy person. After a while, he falls. In His infinite kindness, the Lord comes there as an old brahman, wakes him up, and takes him to a palace where he shows him his four-armed form and Mahalakshmi. Kaundinya writes many stotras that praise the Lord. The Lord, happy with him, give him three gifts: freedom from poverty, the ability to do what is right, and the ability to reach Mukti saubhagya.

When Kaundinya went home, he did the puja with faith and devotion. He was rich and happy all his life. In the past, this vrata was done by wise people like Agastya and by kings like Janaka, Sagara, Dilipa, and Harishchandra.


You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

error: Content is protected !!