Today’s post is about Rama Ekadashi. Here’s how it is celebrated.
The eleventh day in the waning period of the moon that comes before Naraka Chaturdashi is called Rama Ekadashi. It is also called Rambha Ekadashi. During the churning of the milky ocean, Rama or Lakshmi and Rambha (or a very beautiful woman) had appeared. Performing today’s Pooja can give us both prosperity and beauty (inner beauty or the beauty of the soul). On this day, Lord Krishna’s small idol or picture is placed in front of the Tulsi plant. The Tulsi plant and Lord Krishna are worshipped with shalagrama and conch shell.