Ekadashi is the 11th lunar day in the two lunar phases. That is between the astrological calendar months Shukla paksha and Krishna paksha phase. This is special for Lord Vishnu. Explore Ekadashi 2023 Date list by month.
Ekadhasi 2023 Dates List
|January 2023||January 2||Monday|
|January 2023||January 18||Wednesday|
|February 2023||February 1||Wednesday|
|February 2023||February 16||Thursday|
|March 2023||March 3||Friday|
|March 2023||March 18||Saturday|
|April 2023||April 1||Saturday|
|April 2023||April 16||Sunday|
|May 2023||May 1||Monday|
|May 2023||May 15||Monday|
|May 2023||May 31||Wednesday|
|June 2023||June 14||Wednesday|
|June 2023||June 29||Thursday|
|July 2023||July 13||Thursday|
|July 2023||July 29||Saturday|
|August 2023||August 12||Saturday|
|August 2023||August 27||Sunday|
|September 2023||September 10||Sunday|
|September 2023||September 25||Monday|
|October 2023||October 10||Tuesday|
|October 2023||October 25||Wednesday|
|November 2023||November 9||Thursday|
|November 2023||November 23||Thursday|
|December 2023||December 8||Saturday|
|December 2023||December 23||Saturday|
Ekadashi is special day for Lord Vishnu. As the devotee wishes for moksha and ishvara. Ekadashi 2023 falls on every month. You can find the ekadashi January 2023 dates, ekadashi February 2023 dates, ekadashi March 2023 dates, ekadashi April 2023 dates, ekadashi May 2023 dates, ekadashi June 2023 dates, ekadashi July 2023 dates, ekadashi August 2023 dates, ekadashi September 2023 dates, ekadashi October 2023 dates, ekadashi November 2023 dates, ekadashi December 2023 dates.
What is Ekadashi?
Ekadashi is an auspicious day, according to the Hindu and Jain communities. This takes place on the eleventh day of the two lunar cycles of the month. Ekadashi symbolizes eleven senses constituting five sense organs. On this day, people believe in fasting to control all eleven senses. There are 24 Ekadashi in a year. Each Ekadashi is famous for different foods.
During this day, people avoid eating rice. The religious belief behind this thing is that a drop of sweat fell on the ground from Lord Brahma’s forehead, which turned into a demon and asked for a place to live, so Brahma told the demon to live in the rice grain that is consumed during Ekadashi and turn into worms. This is the story behind avoiding eating rice.