Ekadashi Calendar

According to the Hindu calendar, every eleventh day after the Purnima and Amavasya is referred to as Ekadashi. The month is divided into Krishna Paksha and Shukla Paksha and every Paksha consists of an Ekadashi. The eleventh day after the full moon is referred to as Krishna Paksha Ekadashi and the eleventh day after the new moon is known as Shukla Paksha Ekadashi. Hence, an entire year consists of twenty-four to twenty-six Ekadashis depending on the calendar. Each Ekadashi serves a different purpose – however, this day is considered extremely auspicious. Devotees of Lord Vishnu keep fast on this day and offer their prayers.(Ekadashi calendar 2024 )

                 Here is a complete list of Ekadashi fasting days for the year 2024

Ekadashi calendar 2024