Ekadashi In June 2024 Date and Time: Know Significance & Rituals To Follow

Ekadashi: June Ekadashi Celebrated in the Hindu calendar, Ekadashi is a significant day dedicated to Lord Vishnu where devotees fast and pray for spiritual purification and blessings. Observing this fast is believed to cleanse past sins and control senses and mind from negative thoughts. There are 24 Ekadashis annually, with two each month during Shukla Paksha and one during Krishna Paksha. Learn about the June 2024 Ekadashi including date, tithi, significance, and rituals.

Ekadashi In June 2024

Ekadashi in June 2024 is a special day to fast and pray to Lord Vishnu. It’s considered sacred, with devotees seeking blessings by observing strict fasting. Throughout the year, there are 24 Ekadashi days, happening twice a month during specific moon phases. This article focuses on the June Ekadashi observance; scroll down for more details. In June 2024, followers observing Ekadashi dedicate the day to Lord Vishnu by adhering to strict fasts, prayers, and specific rituals such as Apara Ekadashi, Nirjala Ekadashi, and puja practices at auspicious timings, concluding the fast with devotion. Apara Ekadashi and Nirjala Ekadashi in June are regarded as highly auspicious Ekadashis.

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Ekadashi In June 2024: Date & Time

In Hinduism, Ekadashi is a holy day of great importance. Apara Ekadashi will be observed on Sunday, 2 June, and Nirjala Ekadashi on Monday, 17 June, in June 2024.

The Apara Ekadashi begins at 05:04 am on 2 June 2024 and ends on 3 June 2024 at 02:41 am.

The Parana timing is from 01:05 pm to 03:44 pm on 3 June 2024.

The Nirjala Ekadashi begins on 17 June 2024 at 04:43 am and

ends on 18 June 2024 at 06:24 am.

The Parana time begins on 19 June 2024 at 05:08 am to 07:28 am.

Nirjala Ekadashi 2024: Jyestha Month (Shukla Paksha)

Ekadashi Begins – June 17, 2024 – 04:43 AM

Ekadashi Ends – June 18, 2024 – 06:24 AM

Parana Time – June 19, 2024 – 05:08 AM 07:28 AM

Dwadashi End Moment – 07:28 AM

Ekadashi In June: Signfiicance

Bathing in the three holy rivers or offering ritual foods to ancestors during the Kartik month yields similar advantages to fasting on Apara Ekadashi. Observing this fast can result in overall success, eradication of poverty, and the arrival of wealth, prosperity, and fame. Apara Ekadashi is also referred to as Achala Ekadashi. Nirjala Ekadashi is esteemed as the most exceptional among all Ekadashis. Fasting on Nirjala Ekadashi provides the benefits equivalent to fasting on all 24 Ekadashis in a year and leads to salvation. However, this fast is the most challenging as it requires abstaining from both food and water.

Ekadashi In June 2024: Rituals

Before observing the Ekadashi fast, one should perform sankalp. Cleaning the temple premises is essential during the Brahm Muhurat. Devotees should take a bath before commencing the puja rituals, followed by the installation of Lord Vishnu’s idol, lighting a diya with desi ghee, offering flowers or garlands, applying tilak, and presenting sweets and fruits. Throughout the day, devotees must chant Om Namo Bhagvate Vasudevaye and recite the Krishna Maha Mantra 108 times. It is important not to break the Tulsi Patra on Ekadashi day.

Puja Rituals

1. Wake up early in the morning and take bath before starting puja rituals.

2. Clean the house and especially puja room.

3. Take a wooden plank and place an idol of Lord Vishnu, Lord Krishna and Laddo Gopal if you have along with Shree Yantra.

4. Give bath to the idols and place again at the same place.

5. Light a diya with desi ghee in front of the idols.

6. Take a sankalp of observing fast with purity and piousness.

7. Offer Tulsi Patra, fruits, and panchamrit to the idols.

8. Chant Krishna Maha Mantra 108 times.

9. In the evening again one must offer prayers to the Lord, recite the story of particular Ekadashi and chant aarti of Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna.

10. Never break Tulsi Patra on the day of Ekadashi.

11. People can have fruits, and milk products but during Nirjala Ekadashi they are advised not to take anything.

12. In case you are unable to observe Nirjala Vrat due to any health condition then you can observe a normal fast.

13 The fast will be broken on the next day i.e., on Dwadashi Tithi during Parana Time.


1. Om Namo Bhagvate Vasudevaye..!!

2. Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Ram Hare Ram Ram Ram Hare Hare..!!

3. Achyutam Keshvam Krishna Damodarama Ram Narayanam Janki Vallabham..!!

4. Ram Ram Rameti Rame Raame Manorame Sahasranama Tatulyam Ram Naam Varanane..!!

Apara Ekadashi 2024: Jyestha Month (Krishna Paksha)

Ekadashi Begins – June 02, 2024 at 05:04 AM

Ekadashi Ends – June 03, 2024 at 02:41 AM

Parana Time – June 3, 2024 – 01:05 PM 03:44 PM

Hari Vasara End Moment – 08:05 AM

Vaishnava Apara Ekadashi Vrat on June 3, 2024

Ekadashi Begins – June 02, 2024 at 05:04 AM

Ekadashi Ends – June 03, 2024 at 02:41 AM

Parana Time – June 4, 2024 – 05:07 AM 07:46 AM

Dwadashi will end before sunrise.

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