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What is Purnima ?

In Hindu calendar month, Poornima (the full moon day) is a very auspicious and fruitful day. it is very important day in order to do any kind of new act and work.

 

As per the lunar (Tithi) calendar, it marks the ending of month. It is come one times in one month. In a year, there are twelve. Occasionally there are 1 extra Poornima that happen in a lunar (Tithi) leap year.

 

Each Poornima Tithi has particular blessing and benefits that one can attain by the performance of specific process. On Poornima, the performed the Vishnu pooja and observe a partial fast. In south Indian, poornima known as pournami vratam.

 

Mantra for punima wrat -

 

On Ekdashi, you must chanting this powerful Gayatri mantra and Vishnu mantra at least for 1008 times. Here, Vishnu mantra and Vishnu mantra are being described below. Let check it out.

 

Vishnu mantra -

 

|| om namo bhagavate vasudevaya ||

 

The Gayatri mantra -

 

| om bhur bhuvah swah, tat savitur varenyam | || bhargo devasya dheemahi, dhiyo yo nah prachodayat ||

 

Type of Poornima -

 

In this section, how many kind of Poornima are being described below. Let’s check it out.

 

  1. The Chaitra Poornima - it comes in April and May month.
  2. The Vaisakha Poornima - it comes in May and June month.
  3. The Jyeshta Poornima - it comes in June and July month.
  4. The Ashaad Poornima - it comes in july and august month.
  5. The Shraavana Poornima - it comes in august and September month.
  6. The Bhadrapada Poornima - it comes in September and October month.
  7. The Ashvin Poornima - it comes in October and November month.
  8. The Kartik Poornima - it comes in November and December month.
  9. The Margashirsha Poornima – it known as agrahayana Poornima. it comes in December and January month.
  10. The Pausha poornima - it comes in January and February month.
  11. The Maagha Poornima - it comes in February and March.
  12. The Phalguna Poornima - it comes in March and April. On this day also celebrate Holi festival.

 

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