Amalaki Ekadashi in 2017,2018

Amalaki Ekadashi

About Amalaki Ekadashi : Amalaki Ekadashi also known as Amalaka Ekadashi┬áis a Hindu holy day celebrated on the 11th lunar day (Ekadashi Tithi) of the Shukla Paksha (waxing moon phase) in the Hindu Calendar month Phalgun which in the Gregorian calendar falls in February or March. Amalaki Ekadashi is a highly auspicious day dedicated to worship of Lord Vishnu to […]

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Vijaya Ekadashi in 2017, 2018

Vijaya Ekadashi

About Vijaya Ekadashi : Vijaya Ekadashi is a Hindu holy day celebrated on the 11th lunar day (Ekadashi Tithi) of the Krishna Paksha (waning moon phase) in the Hindu Calendar month Magh or Falgun (as per North Indian Calendar) which in the Gregorian calendar falls in February or March. Vijaya Ekadashi is a highly auspicious day dedicated to worship of […]

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Jaya Ekadashi in 2017, 2018

Jaya Ekadashi

About Jaya Ekadashi : Jaya Ekadashi also known as Bhisma Ekadashi or Bhaimi Ekadasi is a Hindu holy day celebrated on the 11th lunar day (Ekadashi Tithi) of the Shukla Paksha (waxing moon phase) in the Hindu Calendar month Magh which in the Gregorian calendar falls in January or February. Jaya Ekadashi is a highly auspicious day dedicated to worship […]

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Shattila Ekadashi in 2017, 2018

Shattila Ekadashi

About Shattila Ekadashi : Shattila Ekadashi also known as Tilda Ekadashi is a Hindu holy day celebrated on the 11th lunar day (Ekadashi Tithi) of the Krishna Paksha (waning moon phase) in the Hindu Calendar month Pausha or Magh (as per North Indian Calendar) which in the Gregorian calendar falls in December or January. Shattila Ekadashi is a highly auspicious […]

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Pausha Putrada Ekadashi in 2017, 2018

Pausha Putrada Ekadashi

About Pausha Putrada Ekadashi : Pausha Putrada Ekadashi also known as Paush Kabir Ekadashi is a Hindu holy day celebrated on the 11th lunar day (Ekadashi Tithi) of the Shukla Paksha (Waxing moon) in the Hindu Calendar month of Pausha which in the Gregorian calendar falls in December or January. At times, this Ekadashi occurs twice in a particular Gregorian […]

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