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Tulsi Vivah

The auspicious wedding of Lalji Maharaj to Tulsibai was celebrated on Sunday 17th November with great joy and festivity.

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When Bhagwan Narayan wakes from His Yognindra, the Devtas gather to greet Bhagwan and enjoy in the merriment by lighting lamps for five days. Just as we mortals celebrate the festival of lights as Diwali, this festival is called DevDiwali. On the culmination of Dev Diwali, Bhagwan Shree Vishnu marries Vrinda (Tulsi) on Kartik Sud Purnima. This is called Tulsi Vivah. Wise people refrain from undertaking marriages during Chaturmaas and wait once Bhagwan's marriage is concluded before embarking on their own weddings.

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Utpatti Ekadashi

Utpatti Ekadashi - 29/11/13

Arjun asked Bhagwan Shree Krishna, "O Shree Krishna! You are omniscient. You are the fountainhead of all the scriptures. O Narayan! You are supreme Bhagwan of all universes. What is the origin of Vrat of Ekadashi? How should one observe its Vrat and what is the reward of this Vrat? Who else has observed this Vrat in the bygone era? Please answer these questions in detail."
Shree Krishna replied, "O Arjun! Listen very intently to this Katha, which has the capacity to wash away all sins. I shall narrate the legend behind the Vrat of Ekadashi. This Ekadashi (falling in the dark fortnight Vad Paksha of Kartik) is called Utpatti Ekadashi and observing its Vrat, including fasting on this day, augments one's Bhakti and wealth."
Bhagwan Shree Krishna narrated the legend of how Ekadashi was born from His ten senses and mind in the form of a maiden and beheaded a demon called Mur and saved the world from a grave calamity.

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Tulsi Vivah - Thursday 6th November

Join us to celebrate Tulsibai & Lalji Maharaj's Mandvo which will take place at 8am on Wednesday 5th November. The auspicious wedding will be celebrated on Thursday 6th November at 7.00pm with great joy and festivity.

When Bhagwan Narayan wakes from His Yognindra, the Devtas gather to greet Bhagwan and enjoy in the merriment by lighting lamps for five days. Just as we mortals celebrate the festival of lights as Diwali, this festival is called DevDiwali. On the culmination of Dev Diwali, Bhagwan Shree Vishnu marries Vrinda (Tulsi) on Kartik Sud Purnima. This is called Tulsi Vivah. Wise people refrain from undertaking marriages during Chaturmaas and wait once Bhagwan's marriage is concluded before embarking on their own weddings.

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