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Ekadasi

Nirjala Ekadasi is an important day in Hinduism, and falls on the eleventh day of the Shukla paksh in the Jyeshtha month, as per Hindu calendar. As per the Gregorian calendar, it falls in May-June.
Nirjala Ekadasi is an important day in Hinduism, and falls on the eleventh day of the Shukla paksh in the Jyeshtha month, as per Hindu calendar. As per the Gregorian calendar, it falls in May-June.
Kamada Ekadashi is a significant Hindu festival that falls on the eleventh lunar day of the fortnight of the waxing moon, in the Chaitra masa. It is observed as the first Ekadashi after the Hindu new year.
Kamada Ekadashi is a significant Hindu festival that falls on the eleventh lunar day of the fortnight of the waxing moon, in the Chaitra masa. It is observed as the first Ekadashi after the Hindu new year.
Ekadasi is a fortnightly tithi that falls on the eleventh day of every fortnight, as per Hindu calendar. ‘Ekadasi’ is a Sanskrit word which means Eleven. there are 24 Ekadasis in a year & 26 in case of Adhik Maas.
Ekadasi is a fortnightly tithi that falls on the eleventh day of every fortnight, as per Hindu calendar. ‘Ekadasi’ is a Sanskrit word which means Eleven. there are 24 Ekadasis in a year & 26 in case of Adhik Maas.

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