Harivasara / Haripada Punyakala

14 Feb

Haripada Punya Kala: The Day for Prosperity and Happiness –   February 13th

    Haripada Punya Kala: The Day of Vishnu’s Benevolence

Haripada Punya Kala is the day when Lord Vishnu performed miracles for the universe and is also the day when Vishnu’s infinite compassion flows freer than usual. Lord Vishnu is the maintainer of life and the entire cosmic creation and accessing Vishnu on this powerful day will bless you with Prosperity and Happiness.

    February 13th is Double Vishnu Time!

Haripada Punya Kala is always marked by the Sun’s transit into a fixed sign. The Sun enters the sign of Aquarius on February 13th – this transit is what makes it a ‘Double Vishnu’ time is that this transit occurs on the same day as Ekadasi or the 11th Moon, which is another very good time to access Vishnu’s energy and to worship Him.

    More about this unique Haripada Punya Kala Transit

• Sun, the lord of the natural 5th house, enters Aquarius, which is the 11th house means that this placement will bring about eternal joy and material prosperity.
• The Sun gives a 7th house aspect to its own sign Leo which means that this placement will bring about happiness within the family.
Other planetary placements that add significance for open access to the energy and blessings of Vishnu: Ketu will be in Gemini, Saturn in Virgo, all other planets except for Moon are in between Sagittarius and Pisces in a row, Sun in between an exalted Mars and Jupiter in its own sign of Pisces adds greater strength to the Sun’s position.

Haripada Punya Kala occurs only 4 times per year when the Sun enters a ‘fixed’ sign. Interestingly, according to Vedic time cycle, each Haripada Punya Kala has a unique celestial configuration which repeats every 60 years. Each unique celestial configuration lends itself for a specific benefit to

2 Responses to “Harivasara / Haripada Punyakala”

  1. gayatri January 18, 2015 at 21:53 #

    is 13februvery 2015 is auspisious to devipooja.

    • Jyothishi January 18, 2015 at 22:13 #

      13 Feb 2015 is a Friday and Navami Tithi. Harivasara is generally reserved for worshiping Vishnu and ask him for his blessings. As such no ceremony is done.

      For doing any formal Pooja like Homa, we normally avoid ‘Sankramana’ / ‘Sankranthi’. However if what you mean is to go to temple and worship Devi,yes go ahead.


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