Parivartini Ekadashi 2021 Date: When is Varivarti Ekadashi? On 16th or 17th September, know the exact date and time
According to the Hindi calendar, the Ekadashi of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month is known as Parivarti Ekadashi. Vamana avatar of Lord Vishnu is worshiped on this day. According to religious belief, Lord Vishnu changes the direction of Bhadrapada Shukla Ekadashi in Yoga Nidra, for this reason this Ekadashi is called Parivartini Ekadashi. It is also called Vamana Ekadashi, Parshva Ekadashi or Jayanti Ekadashi. As you know that Lord Vishnu goes into Yoga Nidra from Devshayani Ekadashi, since then Chaumasa or Chaturmasa starts. Chaturmas is going on at this time. On the day of Devuthani Ekadashi, they will come out of yoga nidra, then auspicious works like marriage, marriage, shaving etc. will start again. Manglik works are banned in Chaturmas.
Today in Jagran Spirituality, we are telling you that on which day is the change Ekadashi this year? Is the fast of Bhadrapada Ekadashi to be observed on 16 September or on 17 September? Let us know about the exact date, Parana time and importance of Variti Ekadashi.
Variable Ekadashi 2021 Muhurta
According to the Hindu calendar, the Ekadashi date of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month is starting from 09:36 am on Thursday, 16 September. It will end the next day on Friday, September 17, at 08:07 in the morning. The Udayatithi is valid for the fast, in such a situation, the fast of Varivarti Ekadashi will be kept on Friday, 17th September.
Variti Ekadashi 2021 Paran Time
Those who observe a fast on 17th September, Variti Ekadashi, they should break the fast between 06:07 am to 06:54 am on Saturday, 18th September, the next day. On this day, the Dwadashi date is ending at 06:54 am, so you should pass before that. Ekadashi fast should always be broken before the end of Dwadashi Tithi.
Significance of Parivartini Ekadashi
According to mythological beliefs, a person who observes a fast on Parivartini Ekadashi and worships Vamana incarnate with rituals, gets the fruits of Vajpeya Yagya. Unintentional sins are destroyed and salvation is attained after death.