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Jivitputrika Vrat: Reading this story on Jivitputrika Vrat will fulfill wish for wealth, prosperity, and children

My jyotish expert Updated 25 Sep 2021 05:36 PM IST
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According to the Hindu calendar, Jitiya Vrat is observed every year on the Ashtami date of the Krishna Paksha of the month of Ashwin. This fast lasts for three days like Chhath fast. Mothers keep Jivitputrika Vrat for getting children and for their long life. In this fast, Jiutvahan is worshipped. During the worship, the fast story is definitely read.

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It is a religious belief that only by reading the story of Jitviputrika Vrat {Jitiya Ki Vrat}, the wish of getting wealth, prosperity, children is fulfilled. With this, the child gets the boon of long life.

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Jivitputrika Vrat Katha

According to the legend, once upon a time, there lived a vulture (Garuda) and a fox on a tree. When both of them saw some women doing Jitya fast, then the idea of fasting Jitiya also came into their mind. Both of them took a vow to worship according to law by keeping a fast in front of Lord Shri Jiutvahan. But on the day Jitiya was fasting, a big businessman of the village died on the same day. Seeing his corpse, he got greedy. The fox could not stop himself and ate food secretly and his fast was broken.

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On the other hand, Garuda followed the fast and fulfilled it. As a result, both were born in the next life as an eagle, elder sister Silavati and fox, younger sister Kapuravati to a Brahmin. One by one seven boys were born to Chil Sheelvati. Whereas all the children born to the fox would die a few days after birth. All the boys of Shilavati grew up and started working in the court of the king. Kapuravati got a feeling of jealousy on seeing them, she asked the king to cut off the heads of all the sons and got them seven new utensils and kept them in them and covered them with red cloth and sent them to Shilavati. Seeing this, Lord Jiutvahana made the heads of the seven brothers out of clay and sprinkled nectar on them by connecting the heads of all of them to his torso. This brought them to life.

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