Chennai Triplicane Parthasarathy Temple 2023 Vaikunta Ekadasi Online

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The Vaikunta Ekadasi festival is celebrated in Tamil Nadu, India, on the 11th day of the waxing phase of the moon in the Margazhi month at the Sri Parthasarathy Swamy Temple in Triplicane. The most important event of the day is the Sorgavasal Darshan. Vaikunta Ekadasi falls on January 2 in 2023. The Sorgavasal Darshan begins at 4:30 a.m.

Thousands of people await the day when Srihari Vishnu passes through the Paramapada Vasal (the gateway to Heaven). This entry to the sanctum sanctorum is only available during Vaikunta Ekadasi. On that day, the holy name “Govinda Govinda” is recited repeatedly throughout the temple. There are more pujas on this day.

At the Sri Parthasarathy Swamy Temple in Triplicane, Chennai, Vaikunta Ekadasi lasts 21 days. The first 10 days are known as Pagal Pathu, and they conclude with the Mohini Avataram. Vaikunta Ekadasi is then observed. Raapathu is the name given to the ten days after the Ekadashi celebration.

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Chennai Triplicane Parthasarathy Temple 2023 Vaikunta Ekadasi Online

  • Pilgrims who want to visit the Triplicane Parthasarathy Temple Sorgavasal on Vaikunta Ekadasi must plan ahead of time. Generally, pilgrims will not be able to book online at the temple. Furthermore, the temple does not accept reservations in advance.
  • Pilgrims seeking Darshan on Vaikunta Ekadasi must proceed directly to the temple. The pilgrims can then go to the front of the line, receive Darshan, and enter the Sorgavasal.
  • However, due to the increased crowding, both entering the temple and receiving Darshan will take longer than intended. It will take the pilgrims 18-19 hours to witness the Darshan on this day.
  • The temple, on the other hand, only grants VIP Darshan to VIPs and pilgrims who come highly recommended.

Story Behind the Vaikunta EkadasiĀ 

The Saptarishis, a group of seven intelligent men, are said to have worshipped Venkata Krishnaswamy, Rukmini, Satyaki, Balarama, Pradyumna, and Aniruddha. During the conflict with the Kauravas, Vishnu, in his guise as Krishna, steered Arjuna’s chariot, according to the Mahabharata. Krishna did not bring any weapons with him during the war. During the combat between Arjuna and Bhishma, Bhishma’s arrow struck Krishna and injured him. People believe that the mark on the figure in the temple is related to the story.

The site is called Allikeni, which means “lily pond,” since many believe it was formerly filled with lily ponds. There is only one place where the god in control sports a mustache. According to another myth, the location used to be a Tulsi forest. Sumati, a Chola monarch, prayed at Tirupathi’s Srinivasa temple to see Vishnu in the form of Parthasarathi. Srinivasa sent the monarch to this temple, which had been erected by a wise man named Atreya and was revered by him and another smart man named Sumati.


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2 Responses

  1. KRISHNAN says:

    When will booking starts for coming vaikunta ekadasi on 23rd December 2023.

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