Glories of Ekādaśī
Pundarik Vidyānidhi Dāsa
Rasbihari Lal & Sons, 2000 - Ekādaśī - 99 pages
On the significance of fasting on the eleventh day (Ekādaśī) of the lunar fortnights in Hindu calandar and associated rituals based on Puranas.
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