The most awaited day is here which is known all over the nation as Ekadashi tithi falling after three days of Krishna Janamashtami. The Krishna Janmashtami is fallen in Bhadrapada Krishna Paksha is known as Aja Ekadashi. This time the day comes on September 3, 2021. Devotees will do this fast on Friday, September 3, 2021,. On this special day, devotees love to worship Lord Vishnu to destroy all their previous sins. Here you will know about Shubh Muhurat, Puja Vidhi, Fasting Rules and Significance.

aja ekadashi 2021 tithi puja vidhi

Almost everyone is curious to know the date and timing of this Aja Ekadashi fasting. So we want to inform our readers that they can do fasting on this special occasion on September 2, 2021. Ekadashi Tithi will begin from September 2, 2021, from 6:21 to 07:44 am on September 3, 2021. It is the most important Vrat in the Hindu religion and uncountable devotees do this fasting for many years.

Aja Ekadashi 2021 Shubh Muhurat

The procedure and start of this fast will be started when devotees are willing to observe the Ekadashi Fast. They have to wake up early morning and take a bath with Kusha Grass, Sesame and Clay. The next holy and pure step is to keeping grains in a divine place to begin Lord Vishnu’s puja. The third step is to place an earthen pot i.e, kalash decorated with red colour and loaded with grains is fixed.

After completing all these steps, the devotee has to place the idol of Lord Vishnu on the top of this Kalash. Devotees have to take the resolution of Aja Ekadashi Vrat and Worship Lord Vishnu by lighting a Diya. The final step is offering flowers and Bhog to Lord Vishnu and the fast begins and you have to avoid eating anything for a day and water also.

Aja Ekadashi 2021 Puja Vidhi

Now if we talk about Aja Ekadashi Vrat’s significance then we want to tell you that it is the most important fasting in the Hindu religion. It is the strong belief that this lord Krishna fast to take away all the sins and wrongdoings of a person if done with proper solemn rituals. Some devotees also do a Ratri Jagaran to chanting the name of Lord Vishnu.

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