Rama Ekadashi

What is Rama Ekadashi, Significance of Rama Ekadashi.

The Sanskrit word Ekadashi means eleven and as per the Hindu calendar Ekadashi is the thithi of the eleventh day of a Paksha. The eleventh day of the waning phase of the moon in the month of Ashwayuja or the Ashwayuja Krishna Paksha Ekadashi as per the lunar Calendar is observed as Rama Ekadashi. As per the North Indian Calendar Rama Ekadashi is observed on the Krishna Paksha of Karthika Masa.

Rama Ekadashi is considered to be a sacred day for the devotees of Lord Vishnu. Devotees observe a Ekadashi Vrat to seek the blessings of Lord Vishnu. Observing the Rama Ekadashi Vrat would help one to get rid of all the sins committed and would also help him to get salvation.

The process of observing the Ekadashi Vrat can be read at Ekadashi Vrat Vidhan or Ekadashi Puja Process.

The Rama Ekadashi Vrat katha can be read at Rama Ekadashi Vrat Katha.

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