As Sri Chinna Jeeyar Swami explained the story behind Mukkoti Ekadasi, hundreds of people gathered at the Divya Saketham temple north entrance to witness Lord and Ammawar beautifully seated in milky ocean, pala sasmudram.

Let’s pay huge gratitude to Madhu and Kaitaba, the asuras who asked Lord a boon. The boon allows anyone who thinks of their story, and wishes to reach Vaikuntam to be granted a hassle free entry through North entrance just like they did.

The essence of any Vedic scripture, great scholar, rushis or alwars is to share good with everyone instead of keeping them just for you or for your people. They treat the Lords’ entire creation as theirs’ and feel responsible to serve the creation in whatever way possible. Madhu and Kaitaba, despite being asurasas have asked Lord to bless everyone who wants entry to Vaikuntam without testing them through regular screening process!

Wishing you all a very happy Mukkoti Ekadasi!

– From the discourse of Sri Chinna Jeeyar Swami!

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