Anantha Padmanabha Vratham
This Puja is performed to Lord Vishnu who appeared on this day lying on the couch of “Ananthasesha” which is the thousand hooded snake. This Vratha is primarily performed to regain the lost prosperity and removal of sorrows. As this falls on the Ananth Chaturdashi day, it is believed that the frequencies of Lord Vishnu are very high. Deities Yamuna and Sesha are also worshipped on this day. Lord Vishnu in Ananth Padmanabha form is worshipped with 14 varieties of flowers and leaves. This Vratha was suggested by Lord Krishna to Yudhishtira to be performed during the 14 years of exile.
Performed to regain lost prosperity and removal of sorrows
Occurs on the Ananth Chaturdashi day.
14 different types of flowers and leaves are used.
When is the puja performed?
The Puja is performed on the 14th day of Bhadrapada month. It generally falls in the months of September and October.
Advantages of the Puja
This puja helps people in regaining their lost prosperity.
Provides relief from all the karmic difficulties
Couples perform this puja for a happy and trouble-free married life
It helps in purification of the Soul