Seen on the Eleventh day of Shukla Paksha in Bhadrapad month, Parivartini Ekadashi is likewise alluded as Parsava Ekadashi, Vamana Ekadashi, Jaljhilini Ekadashi, and Jayanti Ekadashi. It happens during the Dakshinayana Punyakalam. Parivartini Ekadashi Vrat falls during the ‘Chaturmas’ time frame, and it is thought of as favorable. Parsva Ekadashi is seen with commitment and energy.

According to the legend, it is accepted that during this period Lord Vishnu takes rest and moves his dozing position to the right side from the left side, and consequently it is known as ‘Parsva Parivartini Ekadashi.’ In certain spots, Lord Vamana, a manifestation of Lord Vishnu is revered on Parsva Ekadashi. By noticing the hallowed Parsva Ekadashi, an individual will be honored with the heavenly favors of Lord Vishnu.


Fans notice a quick on Parivartini Ekadashi for 24 hours. On Shukla Paksha ‘Dashami,’ the fans burn-through a solitary supper before the dawn. The quick is broken on Dwadashi day, solely after offering supplications to Lord Vishnu and giving food to a Brahmin. A few fans who can’t notice severe quick can keep incomplete quick. Utilization of dairy items, leafy foods are permitted.

Consumption of grains, rice, and beans is forbidden on Parsva Ekadashi. Devotees are encouraged to engage in activities that bring them closer to God. Devotees chant Vedic mantras and bhajans in honour of Lord Vishnu, as well as holy texts such as the ‘Vishnu Sahasranaam.’


Fasting and worshipping to Lord Vishnu on Parsva Ekadashi purifies believers of all sins and pleases Goddess Lakshmi. They must not eat after sunset on Dashami if they wish to fast on this day. Sesame seeds, seasonal fruits, and Tulsi leaves must be used to worship the Lord. They may eat fruits, dairy products, and dried fruits after saying the evening prayer, but they must not eat a traditional meal on this day. On this day, they should avoid rice, cereals, and beans.


The Parsva Ekadashi has been observed since the ancient times. It is believed that the Parsva Ekadashi vrat bestows the observer with happiness, wealth and good health. Moreover it relieves from the sins of the past and also liberates the person from the continuous cycle of birth and death. By observing the Parsva Ekadashi vrat, devotees benefit spiritual gains and it also helps them to strengthen their will power.

Parsva Ekadashi is viewed as predominant than the other ekadashi observances as it falls during the ‘Chaturmas’ time frame and the ‘Punya’ or ideals amassed during this time is of higher worth when contrasted with the ordinary months. The meaning of Parsva Ekadashi is likewise clarified in the ‘Brahma Vivarta Purana’ as a discussion between Lord Krishna and King Yudhisthira.



Date: 06 September 2022

Tithi: Ekadashi upto 27:03

Nakshatra: Purva Ashadha upto 18:00

Yoga: Ayushman upto 08:13

First Karana: Vanija upto 16:29

Second Karana: Vishti upto 27:03

Day: Tuesday


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