Ekadashi tithi in 2021

Ekadashi tithi in 2021

Important information

  • Rama Ekadashi
  • Monday, 01 November 2021
  • Ekadashi Tithi Start : 31 October 2021 at 02:27 PM
  • Ekadashi Tithi End :  01 November 2021 at 01:21 PM

Ekadashi is considered as a day Ekadashi has special significance in Hinduism. This day is called the eleventh day of the two lunar phases occurring in the Hindu month. There are two lunar phases, Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha. This day comes 24 times in a year according to the Hindu calendar. Sometimes, there are two additional Ekadashi that occur in a leap year. On each Ekadashi day specific benefits and blessings are attained by performing specific activities. Ekadashi is also mentioned in the Bhagavata Purana.

Ekadashi is considered a spiritual day in Hinduism and Jainism. On this day, women and men fast on Ekadashi. Nothing is eaten nor water is consumed on Nirjala Ekadashi. Most rice is not eaten on this day. Vegetable and milk products are consumed on this day.

Ekadashi fasting is of great importance to the followers of ISKCON organization. Ekadashi Date may be differ for ISKCON followers Please visit

List of Ekadashi Dates in 2021

DateDay
Saturday, 09 JanuarySaphala Ekadashi
Begins - 09:40 PM, Jan 08
Ends - 07:17 PM, Jan 09
Sunday, 24 JanuaryPausha Putrada Ekadashi
Begins - 08:56 PM, Jan 23
Ends - 10:57 PM, Jan 24
Sunday, 07 FebruaryShattila Ekadashi
Begins - 06:26 AM, Feb 07
Ends - 04:47 AM, Feb 08
Tuesday, 23 FebruaryJaya / Bhami Ekadashi
Begins - 05:16 PM, Feb 22
Ends - 06:05 PM, Feb 23
Tuesday, 09 MarchVijaya Ekadashi
Begins - 03:44 PM, Mar 08
Ends - 03:02 PM, Mar 09
Thursday, 25 MarchAmalaki Ekadashi
Begins - 10:23 AM, Mar 24
Ends - 09:47 AM, Mar 25
Wednesday, 07 AprilPapmochani Ekadashi
Begins - 02:09 AM, Apr 07
Ends - 02:28 AM, Apr 08
Friday, 23 AprilKamada Ekadashi
Begins - 11:35 PM, Apr 22
Ends - 09:47 PM, Apr 23
Friday, 07 MayVaruthini Ekadashi
Begins - 02:10 PM, May 06
Ends - 03:32 PM, May 07
Sunday, 23 MayMohini Ekadashi
Begins - 09:15 AM, May 22
Ends - 06:42 AM, May 23
Sunday, 06 JuneApara Ekadashi
Begins - 04:07 AM, Jun 05
Ends - 06:19 AM, Jun 06
Monday, 21 JuneNirjala Ekadashi
Begins - 04:21 PM, Jun 20
Ends - 01:31 PM, Jun 21
Monday, 05 JulyYogini Ekadashi
Begins - 07:55 PM, Jul 04
Ends - 10:30 PM, Jul 05
Tuesday, 20 JulyDeva Shayani Ekadashi
Begins - 09:59 PM, Jul 19
Ends - 07:17 PM, Jul 20
Wednesday, 04 AugustKamika Ekadashi
Begins - 12:59 PM, Aug 03
Ends - 03:17 PM, Aug 04
Wednesday, 18 AugustShravana Putrada Ekadashi
Begins - 03:20 AM, Aug 18
Ends - 01:05 AM, Aug 19
Friday, 03 SeptemberAja Ekadashi
Begins - 06:21 AM, Sep 02
Ends - 07:44 AM, Sep 03
Friday, 17 SeptemberParsva Ekadashi
Begins - 09:36 AM, Sep 16
Ends - 08:07 AM, Sep 17
Saturday, 02 OctoberIndira Ekadashi
Begins - 11:03 PM, Oct 01
Ends - 11:10 PM, Oct 02
Saturday, 16 OctoberPapankusha Ekadashi
Begins - 06:02 PM, Oct 15
Ends - 05:37 PM, Oct 16
Monday, 01 NovemberRama Ekadashi
Begins - 02:27 PM, Oct 31
Ends - 01:21 PM, Nov 01
Sunday, 14 NovemberDevutthana Ekadashi
Begins - 05:48 AM, Nov 14
Ends - 06:39 AM, Nov 15
Tuesday, 30 NovemberUtpanna Ekadashi
Begins - 04:13 AM, Nov 30
Ends - 02:13 AM, Dec 01
Tuesday, 14 DecemberMokshada Ekadashi
Begins - 09:32 PM, Dec 13
Ends - 11:35 PM, Dec 14
Thursday, 30 DecemberSaphala Ekadashi
Begins - 04:12 PM, Dec 29
Ends - 01:40 PM, Dec 30

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