Significance of Sri Anantha Padmanabha Vratham & Pooja

Significance of Sri Anantha Padmanabha Vratham & Pooja

Sri Anantha Padmanabha vratham is dedicated to Lord Vishnu in sesha Shayana posture. Lord Vishnu is the creator of the universe. Devotees believe that by performing this vratam they get blessings from Lord Vishnu, couples will be blessed with happy married life. The vratam is performed on Anantha Chaturdashi day. In 2021, Anantha Chaturdashi is on 19 September. The significance of Sri Anantha Padmanabha Vratham & Pooja is explained in this article.


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Sri Anantha Padmanabha Vratha vidhanam:

  • Wake up early in the morning preferably at Brahma muhurtham and have a head bath.
  • Clean the house thoroughly and decorate the pooja area.
  • Prepare 2 kalasams. One for Lakshmi Devi and one for Lord Vishnu.
  • Keep Anantha vasthra behind the kalasams. Using darba leaves make 2 snakes with 7 heads each and place each snake on each kalasam.
  • Make yagnopaveetha for one kalasam to represent Lord Vishnu and put mangalyam for the other kalasam to represent Lakshmi Devi.
  • The inner side of the kalasam is decorated with betel leaves and filled with water. The kalasam is closed with coconut on which turmeric and kumkum is applied.
  • For Naivedhyam, 14 dosas or bobbatus are used.
  • Keep anantha dhara, the sacred thread, infront of the kalasams.
  • In this vratam all items are kept as 14 count. 
  • Chant Vishnu sahasranamam during pooja. Finish the pooja with harathi.

After the pooja, tie the anantha dharam to right hand for men, ladies should tie it to their neck. The kalasam visarjana should be done chanting visarjana mantram.

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