They shall perform ceremonial observance of all Vratas, such as Ekadashi and other according to their means as laid down in the Shastras, for such observance yields desired results.
અને એકાદશી આદિક જે વ્રત તેમનું જે ઉદ્યાપન તે જેતે પોતાના સામર્થ્ય પ્રમાણે યથાશાસ્ત્ર કરવું તે ઉદ્યાપન કેવું છે તો મનવાંછિત ફળનું આપનારું છે.
Deberán cumplir con todas las ceremonias religiosas, como la observación de ayuno en Ekadasi y los similares, según lo estipulado en los Shastras, a lo mejor de su capacidad, ya que se cumplen todos sus deseos.
The Vrattas in which Ekadashi is main Vratta. The word 'etc' suffixed to word Ekadashi, therefore, one lac wicks, one lac Pradakshina (circling God's inner temple with meditational prayer), chanting Namaskar hymn and Purasharan etc are included in these Vrattas. These Vratta give desired fruits to the doer of these Vratta. The closing ceremony means the rituals to be performed at the end of Vratta to complete it. According to Vrattark and Vratraj procedure, one should conclude Vratta by donating cow and gold etc, after offering sumptuous food to Brahmins, should offer worship - Poojan to his personal God in accordance to the scriptures and within his personal capacity. If one fails to conclude Vratta according to scriptural procedure, the Vratta becomes futile. Nandi Purana says that Vratta should be ceremonial concluded either in the beginning or in the middle or in the end of Vratta. The Vratta is not fruitful without closing ceremony. Where there is no specified procedure of closing ceremony or concluding ceremony, the Vratta in such cases should be concluded by offering Maha Pooja to Bhagwan, sumptuous food to the Brahmins with donation of a cow and gold.