Shubh Muhurat: Every month has two Ekadashi, each of which is known by a different name. Yogini Ekadashi Tithi is the Ekadashi Tithi that happens on the Krishna Paksha of the Ashadha month.
Shubh Muhurat: This year’s Yogini Ekadashi fast will take place on July 5. Devotees adore Lord Vishnu and fast on this Ekadashi. According to Hindu traditions, Lord Krishna said that the Yogini Ekadashi fast would provide enough fruits to feed 88 thousand Brahmins.
Date and time of Yogini Ekadashi
The Ekadashi of Krishna Paksha of Ashadha month, according to the Panchang, will begin at 07:55 p.m. on July 4 and finish at 10:30 p.m. on July 5. Yogini Ekadashi Tithi will be commemorated throughout the day on July 5, in addition to Udaya Tithi. As a result, the Yogini Ekadashi fast will only be valid on July 5. According to Hindu mythology, on this day, the fasting individual should conduct Parana from 05:29 a.m. to 08:16 a.m. the next day of the fast. The fast must be broken before the conclusion of Dwadashi Tithi, according to the regulations.
The importance of Yogini Ekadashi Shubh Muhurat
It is thought that by fasting on Ekadashi on this holy day, one is liberated from all types of sins and receives all of one’s wishes. Some also believe fasting on Ekadashi to lead to salvation after death.
Ekadashi puja vidhi Yogini Shubh Muhurat
Devotees should rise early in the morning and light a lamp in the house’s temple after bathing. The following step is to anoint Lord Vishnu with Ganga’s holy water. Offer Lord Vishnu flowers and Tulsi Dal, as well as prayers. To God, only sattvic offerings are made. Tulsi must be included in Lord Vishnu’s blog. It is said that if Tulsi is not there, the deity will not accept the food. On this holy day, Goddess Lakshmi is also worshipped. Meditation in front of God might be beneficial to you.