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On the other hand, according to the scriptures, these items and spices can be used during the fast on Ekadashi – fresh fruits, dry fruits, sugar, buckwheat, coconut, olives, milk, ginger, black pepper, rock salt, potatoes, You can eat sago, sweet potato etc. The food of Ekadashi fast should be Satvik.
According to the Hindu calendar, the Ekadashi date of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month has started from 09.36 am on Thursday, 16th September. It will end the next day on Friday, September 17, at 08:07 am.
It is also called Pavitra Ekadashi. This fast is considered to be of special importance for the wish of getting a child. … By observing this fast, all the sins are destroyed and salvation is also attained after death. Lord Vishnu is worshiped on this day.
On the first day of the fast (on Dashami) and on the second day (on Dwadashi), eat havishyanna (barley, wheat, moong, rock salt, black pepper, sugar and goghrit etc.) once. 10 Falahari should not consume cabbage, carrot, turnip, spinach, kulfa greens etc. 11 Nectar fruits like mango, grapes, banana, almond, pistachio etc. should be consumed.
These are the rules of Ekadashi fasting…
Don’t do wooden teeth on the day of Ekadashi, take lemon, berries or mango leaves and chew them and clean your throat with your finger, plucking a leaf from a tree is also prohibited. ,
Pray by remembering Lord Vishnu and say- O Trilokinath! ,
Vaishnavas should fast on Ekadashi which is mixed with eligible Dwadashi.
Ekadashi fast is observed on every Ekadashi date, which comes twice in a month. One Ekadashi in Krishna Paksha and the other Ekadashi in Shukla Paksha. Ekadashi of Krishna Paksha of July month is called Yogini Ekadashi and Ekadashi of Shukla Paksha is called Devshayani Ekadashi. Ekadashi fast is dedicated to Lord Vishnu
That’s why on the day of Devuthani Ekadashi, when Lord Vishnu, the preserver of the world, wakes up from sleep, then auspicious works begin. Religiously, the beginning of Lord Vishnu’s sleep is considered to be the Ekadashi of Shukla Paksha of Ashadh month, hence it is called Devshayani Ekadashi.