Bhadrapada Krishna Ekadashi is called Kaliyadalan Ekadashiva Aja Ekadashi. On this day, Jagannath is adorned in the guise of Kaliyadalan in the temple. By performing this Ekadashi vow, all sins are eliminated. The greatness of this Ekadashi is that in ancient times King Harishchandra and Chakraborty ruled. He also sold his family to Bishwamitra to donate all his property, the state, to Dakshina. As a result, he became a slave to Chandal, accepting the truth and accepting the clothes of the deceased. But he never deviated from the truth. He was always surrounded by a sea of worries about what to do, where to go, and how to be saved. One day, Gautam Rusi arrived on the beach while the king was worried. The king bowed to him and expressed his pain. The sage asked him to perform the Aja Ekadashi vow. If you do this on the black side of Bhadrapada, all your sins will be destroyed. With that, Gautam Rusi disappeared. According to the Russians, the king observed the vows. By making a vow, all the sins of the king were destroyed. He recovered all the wealth of the kingdom with his son and wife. Finally, he was freed from all sin and ascended to heaven.