Ekadashi 2023 Dates: A List of All the Days of Ekadashi Vrat in 2023

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Ekadashi Fasting Method and Rituals

For a person trying to achieve certain goals by observing a fast and worshipping Lord Shri Hari Vishnu on Ekadashi, the method of fasting and worshipping the Lord has to be very correct and as per the rituals. Therefore, we have got you a few things to keep in mind while fasting on an Ekadashi and the generic method to follow on all the days of Ekadashi.

  1. Wake up early in the morning and take a bath in clean water. Try to mix Gangajal with clean bath water if possible.
  2. Put on clean clothes and take water in your right hand to take a vow of observing fast in the name of Lord Vishnu.
  3. Worship Lord Shri Vishnu and pray for the things you want in life.
  4. Only consume fruits, milk and dry fruits on this day.
  5. Avoid eating rice, cauliflower, spinach, turnip, etc even if you are not keeping a fast on this day.
  6. Listen to the respective Ekadashi Vrat Katha and remember Lord Vishnu.
  7. Chant the shloka, Om Shree Bhagwate Vasudevaya Shree Krishna Namo Namaha” while meditating. 
  8. Break the fast on the Dwadashi during the Parana Muhurat that falls on the morning after Ekadashi.
  9. To break the fast on the Dwadashi, wake up early in the morning and bathe in clean water. Then remember Lord Shri Hari Vishnu and consume Sattvik food.

Ekadashi 2023: A list of all Ekadashi Vrat dates in 2023

Ekadashi 2023 DatesName of Ekadashi VratTimings of Ekadashi Vrat 2023
January 2, 2023, MondayPausha Putrada EkadashiBegins – 07:11 PM, Jan 01 Ends – 08:23 PM, Jan 02
January 18, 2023, WednesdayShattila EkadashiBegins – 06:05 PM, Jan 17 Ends – 04:03 PM, Jan 18
February 1, 2023, WednesdayJaya EkadashiBegins – 11:53 AM, Jan 31 Ends – 02:01 PM, Feb 01
February 16, 2023, ThursdayVijaya EkadashiBegins – 05:32 AM, Feb 16 Ends – 02:49 AM, Feb 17
March 3, 2023, FridayAmalaki EkadashiBegins – 06:39 AM, Mar 02 Ends – 09:11 AM, Mar 03
March 18, 2023, SaturdayPapmochani EkadashiBegins – 02:06 PM, Mar 17 Ends – 11:13 AM, Mar 18
April 1, 2023, SaturdayKamada EkadashiBegins – 01:58 AM, Apr 01 Ends – 04:19 AM, Apr 02
April 16, 2023, SundayVaruthini EkadashiBegins – 08:45 PM, Apr 15 Ends – 06:14 PM, Apr 16
May 1, 2023, MondayMohini EkadashiBegins – 08:28 PM, Apr 30 Ends – 10:09 PM, May 01
May 15, 2023, MondayApara EkadashiBegins – 02:46 AM, May 15 Ends – 01:03 AM, May 16
May 31, 2023, WednesdayNirjala EkadashiBegins – 01:07 PM, May 30 Ends – 01:45 PM, May 31
June 14, 2023, WednesdayYogini EkadashiBegins – 09:28 AM, Jun 13 Ends – 08:48 AM, Jun 14
June 29, 2023, ThursdayDevshayani EkadashiBegins – 03:18 AM, Jun 29 Ends – 02:42 AM, Jun 30
July 13, 2023, ThursdayKamika EkadashiBegins – 05:59 PM, Jul 12 Ends – 06:24 PM, Jul 13
July 29, 2023, SaturdayPadmini EkadashiBegins – 02:51 PM, Jul 28 Ends – 01:05 PM, Jul 29
August 12, 2023, SaturdayParama EkadashiBegins – 05:06 AM, Aug 11 Ends – 06:31 AM, Aug 12
August 27, 2023, SundayShravana Putrada EkadashiBegins – 12:08 AM, Aug 27 Ends – 09:32 PM, Aug 27
September 10, 2023, SundayAja EkadashiBegins – 07:17 PM, Sep 09 Ends – 09:28 PM, Sep 10
September 25, 2023, MondayParsva EkadashiBegins – 07:55 AM, Sep 25 Ends – 05:00 AM, Sep 26
October 10, 2023, TuesdayIndira EkadashiBegins – 12:36 PM, Oct 09 Ends – 03:08 PM, Oct 10
October 25, 2023, WednesdayPapankusha EkadashiBegins – 03:14 PM, Oct 24 Ends – 12:32 PM, Oct 25
November 9, 2023, ThursdayRama EkadashiBegins – 08:23 AM, Nov 08 Ends – 10:41 AM, Nov 09
November 23, 2023, ThursdayDevutthana EkadashiBegins – 11:03 PM, Nov 22 Ends – 09:01 PM, Nov 23
December 8, 2023, FridayUtpanna EkadashiBegins – 05:06 AM, Dec 08 Ends – 06:31 AM, Dec 09
December 22, 2023, FridayMokshada EkadashiBegins – 08:16 AM, Dec 22 Ends – 07:11 AM, Dec 23

Putrada Ekadashi

The Putrada Ekadashi falls in the Shukla paksha of the Paush month. By worshipping Lord Shri Hari Vishnu, observing a fast, and listening to the Putrada Ekadashi Vrat Katha, devotees pray to be blessed with a son on this auspicious day.

Shatila Ekadashi

The Shatila Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Magha month. By worshipping Lord Shri Hari Vishnu, observing a fast, and listening to the Shatila Ekadashi Vrat Katha, devotees pray to be rid of their miseries and misfortunes.

Jaya Ekadashi

The Jaya Ekadashi falls in the Shukla paksha of the Magha month. By worshipping Lord Shri Hari Vishnu, observing a fast, and listening to the Jaya Ekadashi Vrat Katha, devotees pray for the happiness and peace of themselves and their loved ones.

Vijaya Ekadashi

The Vijaya Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Phalgun month. By worshipping Lord Shri Hari Vishnu, observing a fast and listening to the Vijaya Ekadashi Vrat Katha, devotees pray to be victorious in life and attain salvation.

Amalaki Ekadashi

The Amalaki Ekadashi falls in the Shukla paksha of the Phalgun month. By worshipping Lord Shri Hari Vishnu, observing a fast and listening to the Amalaki Ekadashi Vrat Katha, devotees pray to be rid of their past and present sins and walk down the path of salvation after their death.

Papamochini Ekadashi

The Papamochini Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Chaitra month. By worshipping Lord Shri Hari Vishnu, observing a fast and listening to the Papamochini Ekadashi Vrat Katha, devotees pray to be rid of their past and present sins on this day as well.

Kamada Ekadashi

The Kamada Ekadashi falls in the Shukla paksha of the Chaitra month. By worshipping Lord Shri Hari Vishnu, observing a fast and listening to the Kamada Ekadashi Vrat Katha, devotees pray for the fulfilment of their desires.

Varuthini Ekadashi

The Varuthini Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Vaishakha month. By worshipping Lord Shri Hari Vishnu, observing a fast, and listening to the Varuthini Ekadashi Vrat Katha, devotees pray to be protected from all evils and blessed with good fortune.

Mohini Ekadashi

The Mohini Ekadashi falls in the Shukla paksha of the Vaishakh month. On this day, devotees pray for a peaceful and stable life.

Apara Ekadashi

The Apara Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Jyeshtha month. On this day, devotees pray to get rid of Pret Yoni and attain salvation.

Nirjala Ekadashi

The Nirjala Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Jyeshtha month. On this day, devotees not only abstain from food but also avoid consuming water for the fast.

Yogini Ekadashi

The Yogini Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Ashadha month. On this day, devotees pray for prosperity and joy in their lives.

Devashayani Ekadashi

The Devashayani Ekadashi falls in the Shukla paksha of the Ashadha month. It is believed that on this day, Lord Vishnu goes in the state of yogic sleep at his abode in Vaikunda for four months.

Kamika Ekadashi

The Kamika Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Shravan month. On this day, devotees pray to eliminate all the ill effects of destiny and free themselves of their sins.

Padmini Ekadashi

The Padmini Ekadashi falls in the Shukla paksha of the Shravan month. There is no fixed lunar month for fasting on Padmini Ekadashi. Adhik Maas is also known as the leap month.

Parama Ekadashi

The Parama Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Shravan month. Worshiping Lord Vishnu on this day brings happiness and prosperity in the house.

Shravan Putrada Ekadashi

The Shravan Putrada Ekadashi falls in the Shukla paksha of the Shravan month. On this day, devotees ask Lord Vishnu for a son.

Aja Ekadashi

The Aja Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Bhadrapada month. On this day, devotees pray to obtain the blessings of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi.

Parivartini Ekadashi

The Parivartini Ekadashi falls in the Shukla paksha of the Bhadrapada month. On this day, devotees worship Lord Vishnu’s Vamana avatar.

Indira Ekadashi

The Indira Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Ashwin month. On this day, devotees pray for the salvation of their ancestors.

Papankusha Ekadashi

The Papankusha Ekadashi falls in the Shukla paksha of the Ashwin month. On this day, devotees pray to Lord Padmanabha to obtain luxuries in life.

Rama Ekadashi

The Rama Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Kartik month. On this day, devotees pray to Lord Laxmi to attain her blessings.

Devutthana Ekadashi

The Devutthana Ekadashi falls in the Shukla paksha of the Kartik month. It is believed that Lord Vishnu comes out of his four months’ sleep on this day.

Utpanna Ekadashi

The Utpanna Ekadashi falls in the Krishna paksha of the Margashirsha month. The day marks the birth of Goddess Ekadashi.

Mokshada Ekadashi

The Mokshada Ekadashi falls in the Shukla paksha of the Margashirsha month. On this day, devotees pray to attain liberation and salvation after death.

Conclusion

Now that you have the Ekadashi 2023 list, you can make sure you follow the respective rituals on the days of Ekadashi and obtain blessings from the respective deity. We hope the above details help you solve all your troubles and provide you with the answers you were looking for in your devoted life.

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