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Ekadashi 2022 Vrat Dates

Ekadashi 2022 Vrat Dates

Ekadashi states a very significant role in Hinduism. This fast comes with magnificence. We do Ekadashi fast to worship lord Vishnu to get blessings from him. Ekadashi fast is a source to connect the human mind with lord Vishnu. It is believed that during Ekadashi, our brain accomplishes more ability to concentrate. According to Puranas, lord shiva himself meet Narada Ji to explain how Ekadashi fast helps eliminate their sins and go to heaven. Some related questions: when is Ekadashi, and what is the next date? 

What do you mean by Ekadashi?

As per the Hindu calendar, the Eleventh date of the paksha is called Ekadashi. It comes twice a month, one on the Eleventh day of Krishna paksha and one on the Eleventh day of Shukla paksha. People observe fast on Ekadashi to experience happiness and peace in their life.

Ekadashi 2022 Dates



Ekadashi Name


January 13, 2022

Pausha Putrada Ekadashi


January 28, 2022

Shattila Ekadashi


February 12, 2022

Jaya Ekadashi


February 27, 2022 

Vijaya Ekadashi


March 14, 2022 

Amalaki Ekadashi


March 28, 2022 

Papmochani Ekadashi


April 12, 2022 

Kamada Ekadashi


April 13, 2022 

Vaishnava Kamada Ekadashi


April 26, 2022 

Varuthini Ekadashi


May 12, 2022 

Mohini Ekadashi


May 26, 2022 

Apara Ekadashi


June 10, 2022 

Nirjala Ekadashi


June 24, 2022 

Yogini Ekadashi


July 10, 2022

Devshayani Ekadashi


July 24, 2022 

Kamika Ekadashi


August 8, 2022 

Shravana Putrada Ekadashi


August 23, 2022 

Aja Ekadashi


September 7, 2022 

Varitini Ekadashi


September 21, 2022 

Indira Ekadashi


October 6, 2022 

Papankusha Ekadashi


October 21, 2022 

Rama Ekadashi


November 4, 2022 

Devutthana Ekadashi


November 20, 2022 

Utpanna Ekadashi


December 3, 2022 

Mokshada Ekadashi


December 19, 2022 

Saphala Ekadashi

Importance of Ekadashi

Fasts hold a lot of significance in our country. There are defined directions for every religion and fast observed in India. Fasts help in your internal purification, or you can say the purification of the soul. Observing fasts also increases the purity of heart and mind, and there is a development of good qualities. To get the blessing of Lord Vishnu, the Ekadashi Fast is considered supreme. Every month, there are two Ekadashi’s (Eleventh days). When it is Adhik Maas or the extra Month, there are two more Ekadashis. In this way, the total count of Ekadashi’s happens to be 26. As per their names, these Ekadashi’s are the ones to give positive results. If we observe a fast on the Ekadashi Day, reading or listening to the tale or Katha and worship Lord Vishnu with utter devotion. In that case, there is the attainment of various auspicious results, and after leaving this mortal world, a person finds himself in the Vishnu Lok.

The Fast of the Ekadashi is principally divided into Nitya and Kamya. Suppose the Ekadashi fast is observed with a selfless spirit. In that case, it is termed as ‘Nitya.’ If this is observed with the wish of fulfilling any worldly desire, it is termed as ‘Kamya.’ Now let us tell you the authentic and classical method, doing which you can get auspicious results.

Different types of Ekadashi 

1. Utpana Ekadasi

2. Mokshada / Vaikuntha/ Mukkoti/ Gita Ekadasi

3. Saphala Ekadasi

4. Putrada Ekadasi

5. Sattila Ekadasi

6. Jaya / Bhishma Ekadasi

7. Vijaya Ekadasi

8. Amalaki Ekadasi

9. Paapmochani Ekadasi

10. Kamada Ekadasi

11. Varutini Ekadasi

12. Mohini Ekadasi

13. Apara Ekadasi

14. Nirjala Ekadasi

15. Yogini Ekadasi

16. Deva-Sayana / Padma Ekadasi

17. Kamika Ekadasi

18. Putrada / Pavitropana Ekadasi

19. Aja / Annada Ekadasi

20. Parvartini / Parsva /Vamana Ekadasi

21. Indira Ekadasi

22. Papankusha Ekadasi

23. Rama Ekadasi

24. Haribhodini / Utthana Ekadasi

25. Adika masa – Padmini Ekadasi

26. Adhika masa – Parama Ekadasi

Ekadashi vrat Katha: 

There are many ways to observe Ekadashi, and there are different types of Kathaye. All stories have the same meaning, i.e., the Ekadashi vrat Katha was for King Yudhisthar, narrated by Shri Krishna himself. Like, e.g., Jaya / Bhishma Ekadasi:- According to the ancient tales, Indra dev was listening to Gandharva Music with Pushpadanta and Chitrasen. There were others present in the court as well, like Pushpadantas, daughter,

Pushpavati, Chitrasen’s wife, son, and grandson. When she saw Malyavan, Chitrasen’s grandson, Pushupati fell for him. They got carried away with admiring each other and distracted the musicians by adding the wrong notes in between. Indra Dev got angry due to their behavior and cursed Pushpavati and Malyavan. Due to this, they lost all their powers and were sent to Earth to live life as humans. 

Pushpavati and Malyavan tolerated the problems of life on Earth for many days. To get rid of this curse, they did fast on Ekadashi Tithi of Magha, Shukla Paksha, under the Peepal tree. Lord Vishnu, impressed by their devotion, relived them from Lord Indra’s curse, and they gained their powers again.

Method/ Vidhi of Ekadashi fast Puja

  • On the day of Ekadashi, after your daily routine, wear new clothes.
  • Then, take flowers, rice, and water in hand, remembering Lord Vishnu, and take a pledge to complete the Ekadashi fast.
  • Now spread a yellow cloth on a clean stool, put the idol or picture of Lord Vishnu on the heap of grain and do the Abshishekam with Gangajal.
  • Then put the garland of yellow flowers and do a tilak with yellow sandalwood or turmeric.
  • After lighting the lamp and incense, offer them Tulsi leaves, banana, Panchmeva/ mixture of five nuts, five fruits, betel nut, etc.
  • After this, recite Ekadashi fasting story, Vishnu Sahastranama, Narayan Stotra, etc.
  • You can chant the mantras of Lord Vishnu through Tulsi garland/ mala.
  • Now offer banana, jaggery, gram dal, gram flour laddus, or any seasonal fruits, etc., to Lord Vishnu.
  • Now, do the aarti of Lord Vishnu with pure ghee or camphor lamp with devotion.
  • In the end, distribute the Prasad by praying to Lord Vishnu for the contentment of your desires.

You may read more about other Hindu vrat dates, Indian festivals and today panchang and muhurat.

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