Ashadhi Ekadashi is celebrated today and on this occasion, Mumbai’s Dabbawalas are on two days leave as they have to join the annual pilgrimage to Pandharpur.
As per a news agency, the president of Mumbai Dabbawala Association, Subhash Talekar said that the Tiffin services will stop on 12th and 13th July.
On an auspicious day, PM Modi also greeted people around the world. He also shared a video of ongoing 21 days long Pandhapur Ashadi Ekadashi Wari (pilgrimage) in Maharashtra. In the months of Ashadha Ekadashi, Pandharpur Wari us considered as one of the most religious procession.
The beautiful town of Pandharpur in Maharashtra has a special link with Ashadhi Ekadashi.
Know more in this video. pic.twitter.com/L0qqFvCdFs
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 12, 2019
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Mumbai’s Dabbawalas are on a two-day leave as they will join the annual pilgrimage to Pandharpur on the occasion of ‘Ashadhi Ekadashi’. President of Mumbai Dabbawala Association, Subhash Talekar says “the tiffin services will stop on 12th and 13th July.” pic.twitter.com/KkNoW5iQ56
— ANI (@ANI) July 12, 2019
The Warkari community celebrates the Ekadashi primarily in Maharashtra. Pandharpur is the main center of worship of deity Vitthal a form of Vishnu. It is said that on this day, Lord Vishnu goes to sleep and wakes up after four months on Prabhodhini Ekadashi.
Ashadi Ekadashi is also known as Padma Ekadashi, Devshayani Ekadashi, and Hari Shayani Ekadashi.