Aja Ekadashi 2022 Date : Ekadashi has special significance in Hinduism. Ekadashi Tithi is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. On the day of Ekadashi, Lord Vishnu is worshiped according to the rituals.
Aja Ekadashi 2022. Thereare 24 Ekadashi dates every year in the Hindu calendar.Out of which two Ekadashis come every month.Different importance of each Ekadashi is mentioned in the scriptures.Similarly, Ekadashi of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month also has special significance.This Ekadashi is known as Aja Ekadashi.It is believed that by observing this Ekadashi one gets freedom from all the sins.With this comes salvation.
When is Aja Ekadashi : According to the Hindu calendar, Aja Ekadashi Tithi is increasing.In such a situation, people who lead a household life on the first day keep a fast.The fast of householders is observed on Paran Dwadashi Tithi.Vaishnavas will observe a fast on the second day of Ekadashi.Because there is no blame on them for breaking the fast in Trayodashi.In such a situation, this year the fast of Aja Ekadashi is on 22nd August.At the same time, Vaishnav Aja Ekadashi is August 23, Tuesday.
Aja Ekadashi 2022 auspicious time- Ekadashi Tithi will be from 03:35 am on 22nd August 2022 to 23rd August 2022, from 06.06 am on Tuesday.Vaishnava Aja Ekadashi- 23 August is Tuesday.The fasting time will be from 06.22 am to 08.30 am on August 24.
Worship material list- Idol or statue of Lord Vishnu, flowers, coconut, betel nut, fruit, clove, incense, lamp, ghee, Akshat, Panchamrit, Bhog, Tulsi Dal and sandalwood etc.
Ekadashi fasting rituals : Get up early in the morning and retire from bath etc.
Light a lamp in the temple of the house.
Anoint Lord Vishnu with Ganga water.
Offer flowers and Tulsi Dal to Lord Vishnu.
If possible, keep fast on this day also.
Offer food to God.Keep in mind that only sattvik things are offered to God.Tulsi must be included in the Bhog of Lord Vishnu.It is believed that without Tulsi, Lord Vishnu does not accept the bhog.
Along with Lord Vishnu, worship Goddess Lakshmi on this holy day.
On this day, meditate more and more on God.
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