Ekadashi Vrat Dates एकादशी व्रत तिथियाँ

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Ekadashi Meaning : (Sanskrit: एकादशी, ekādaśī, “Eleven”, “Eka” – one, “dashi” – ten), also spelled as Ekadasi. This is an important day in Hinduism and especially the Vaishnavite tradition giving an opportunity to the devotees for self-purification, redemption and spiritual progress.

Ekadashi vratam

Ekadashi vratam (fasting) is observed every 11th Tithi (day) of a month of the Hindu calendar. There are two Ekadashi Tithis in a month; one during Shukla Paksha (the bright fortnight) and another during Krishna Paksha (the dark fortnight). Devotees of Lord Vishnu observe this Ekadashi vratam to seek His special blessings.

1 January (Thursday) Pausha Putrada Ekadashi   पुत्रदा एकादशी
9 July (Monday) Yogini Ekadashi                योगिनी एकादशी
23 July (Monday) Devshayani Ekadashi    देवशयानी एकादशी
8 August (Wednesday) Kamika Ekadashi             कामिका एकादशी
22 August (Wednesday) Putrada Ekadashi          पुत्रदा एकादशी
6 September (Thursday) Aja Ekadashi                          अजा एकादशी
20 September (Thursday) Padma Ekadashi              पद्मा  उत्पत्ति एकादशी
5 October (Friday) Indira Ekadashi                     इंदिरा एकादशी
20 October (Saturday) Papankusha Ekadashi    पापांकुशा एकादशी
4 November (Sunday) Rama Ekadashi                        रमा एकादशी
19 November (Monday) Devauthi Ekadashi           देवउठनी एकादशी
3 December (Monday) Utpanna Ekadashi             उत्पत्ति एकादशी
21 December (Wednesday) Moksha Ekadashi                मोक्षदा एकादशी