Saphala Ekadashi is the primary of the 24 Ekadashi days within the yr. The phrase ‘Saphala’ means ‘success’ and devotees observe Saphala Ekadashi to achieve success, get pleasure from prosperity, abundance and success. Just like most Ekadashi days, Hindu devotees worship primarily Lord Vishnu on Saphala Ekadashi. They provide prayers, chant mantras and take heed to vrat katha. All who observe Ekadashi preserve a quick; some even do not drink water. This is named Nirjala Upvaas. Others eat vrat meals and fruit juice. Saphala Ekadashi is noticed within the month of Pausha within the Hindu calendar. This yr Saphala Ekadashi is on January 9. This day is also called the Pausha Krishna Ekadashi because it falls on the 11th day of the Krishna Paksha. Every month has two lunar fortnights based on the Hindu calendar. Devotees observe the Ekadashi vrat twice a month.
2021 Saphala Ekadashi date and time
- Saphala Ekadashi on Saturday, January 9
- Parana Time is on January 10, 7:15 AM to 9:21 AM
- On Parana day Dwadashi ends at 4:52 PM
- Ekadashi tithi begins at 9:40 PM on January 8
- Ekadashi tithi ends at 7:17 PM on January 9
Parana refers back to the time when the quick needs to be damaged. Ekadashi Parana is completed after dawn on subsequent day of fasting. According to the scriptures, it’s essential to do Parana inside the Dwadashi tithi. The greatest time to interrupt the quick is early morning or Pratahkal but when one will not be capable of break the quick within the morning it may be finished after Madhyahna or afternoon.
2021 Saphala Ekadashi vrat
Devotees who observe Saphala Ekadashi, pray to Lord Vishnu or Lord Krishna. After bathtub, the mandir or devoted place in the home for puja is cleaned and embellished with flowers and incense sticks or camphor. Tulsi leaves, haldi, chandan, kumkum and coconut are supplied to the deity or a photograph of Lord Vishnu. Devotees chant Vishnu mantra: Om Namah Bhagavate Vasudevaya.