Amalaki Ekadashi 2019

Amalaki Ekadashi is observed on Shukla Paksha Ekadasi day in Falgun Month. In 2019, Amalaki Ekadashi date is March 17. Amalaki means the Indian Gooseberry tree (botanical name – Phyllanthus emblica). On this Ekadashi day, Amalaki tree is worshipped.  Amla tree is believed as Lord Vishnu and Tulsi as Goddess Lakshmi. The legend or Amalaki […]

Amalaki Ekadashi Vrat Katha

Here is the story of Amalaki Ekadashi – Amalaki Ekadashi Vrat Katha….  Amalaki Ekadashi falls in Shukla Paksha of Phalgun Month, 12th and the last month in Hindu calendar. King Mandhata once told Vasishtha Muni – “Oh great sage, be merciful and let me know about a holy fast which can benefit me to come up in […]

Aanola Ekadashi

Aanola Ekadashi is observed on Shukla Paksha Ekadasi day in Falgun Month. In 2018, Aanola Ekadashi date is February 26. Amalaki means the Indian Gooseberry tree (botanical name – Phyllanthus emblica). On this Ekadashi day, Amalaki tree is worshipped.  Amla tree is believed as Lord Vishnu and Tulsi as Goddess Lakshmi. The legend or Aanola […]

Ekadashi March 2016 dates

Ekadasi is an highly meritorious vrata dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is observed on eleventh day in both – Shukla paksha and Krishna paksha in each month. Ekadasi March 2016 dates are – 5 March and 19 March. 5 March 2016 – Vijaya Ekadashi 19 March 2016 – Amalaki Ekadashi Vijaya Ekadashi – 5 March 2016 […]

Amalaki Ekadashi, 1 March 2015

1 March 2015 is Amalaki Ekadashi, Rangbhari Ekadashi. It falls on Phalgun Month Shukla Ekadashi as per all – North Indian Hindi calendars (Purnimanth Panchang) and Amavasyant Panchangams (Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada & Telugu calendars). In 2015, Amalaki Ekadashi falls in Maasi Masam of Tamil Panchangam, Kumbha Masam in Malayalam calendar and Falgun Month in Bengali Panjika. Amalaki […]

Amalaki Ekadashi, 12 March 2014

Today, 12 March 2014 is Amalaki Ekadashi & Rangbhari Ekadashi. It falls in Shukla Paksha of Phalgun Month as per all – North Indian Hindi calendars (Purnimanth Panchang) and Amavasyant Panchangams (Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada & Telugu calendars). In 2014, Amalaki Ekadashi falls in Maasi Masam of Tamil Panchangam, Kumbha Masam in Malayalam calendar and Chaitra […]