Vijaya Ekadashi 2021 Parana Time: Observed on the Ekadashi Tithis (eleventh day) of the Lunar fortnight, Vijaya Ekadashi vrat is practised by devotees of Lord Vishnu. Ekadashi Tithi of Phalguna, Krishna Paksha (as per the Purnimant calendar) or Magha, Krishna Paksha (in response to the Amavasyant calendar) is named Vijaya Ekadashi.
The Vijaya Ekadashi Tithi began on March eighth 2021 at 3:44 PM and it will finish on March ninth at 3:02 PM. Those observing Ekadashi quick ought to observe the quick earlier than the tip of Dwadashi Tithi. Vijaya Ekadashi vrat will be noticed on March tenth between 6:36 AM to eight:08 AM. Dwadashi Tithi ends at 2:40 PM.
How to interrupt vrat:
- Before breaking the quick, you must take a shower and put on clear garments.
- Light lamps and incense.
- Chant the ‘OM Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya’ mantra
- Offer flowers, water and Satvik meals to the deity.
- Offer Satvik to the needy.
- Only then can a devotee break their quick throughout the particular time by consuming Satvik meals.
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Vijaya Ekadashi has been talked about within the Ramayana, when Lord Rama and his brother Lakshmana have been on their method to rescue Goddess Sita from the demon-king Ravana who had kidnapped her. They learnt that there was an ocean which wanted to be crossed with a view to attain Ravana’s kingdom Lanka. Rama meditated upon the God of the Ocean and sought assist from him however the God of the Ocean didn’t flip up.
After three days of unanswered prayers, Lord Rama determined to dry up the ocean which is when the God of Ocean appeared and pleaded to Rama for mercy as it could destabilize Mother Nature. Rama ultimately turned to the sages who urged observing Vijaya Ekadashi vrat together with the Vanar sena after they noticed the vrat they constructed the Rama Setu to succeed in Lanka.
People who wish to succeed at one thing, they normally preserve the vrat.