Ekadashi Vrat

Ekadashi Vrat is the most significant which dedicated to Lord Vishnu, observed by the Hindu community. Ekadashi falla on the 11th day of every fortnight in a traditional Hindu lunar calendar. As such, there occurs two Ekadashis in every Hindu month, once during the Shukla Paksha and the other during the Krishna Paksha. As per the Hindu scriptures, a The Vishnustrict vrat is observed from sunset on the day prior to the Ekadashi until sunrise on the day after Ekadashi, lasting the fasting duration to 48 hours . All Vishnu devotees observing the Ekadashi fasts strictly refrain from consuming grains, beans, cereals, and certain vegetables and spices. The Ekadashi vrat is observed with regional variations.