Vijaya Ekadashi 2022: Vijaya Ekadashi Vrat will be observed on the day, know when 26 or 27 will be observed?

This time there is a difference of opinion regarding Vijaya Ekadashi fast. Actually some people are in favor of keeping Vijaya Ekadashi fast on 26 February, while some will keep Vijaya Ekadashi fast on 27 February. In such a situation, according to the Panchang, we know on which date it would be more appropriate to fast for Vijaya Ekadashi.

Two auspicious yogas on Vijaya Ekadashi

Vijaya Ekadashi 2022: Vijaya Ekadashi Vrat will be observed on the day, know when 26 or 27 will be observed?
Vijaya Ekadashi 2022: Vijaya Ekadashi Vrat will be observed on the day, know when 26 or 27 will be observed?

This time two auspicious yogas Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga and Tripushkar Yoga are also being formed on Vijaya Ekadashi. Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga is starting from 08:49 am on 27th February, which will remain till 06:48 am the next day. At the same time, Tripushkar Yoga is starting from 08:49 in the morning of 27 February. It will be valid till 05:42 am on February 28. It is believed that any work done in Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga is definitely successful.

Vijaya Ekadashi Shubh Muhurat 2022

There is a difference of opinion regarding Ekadashi fasting this time. Some people are in favor of fasting on 26 February. While some will keep the Ekadashi fast on February 27. According to the Panchang, Ekadashi Tithi is starting from 10.39 am on 26 February. While it will end on February 27 at 8:12 am. Udaya Tithi has special significance in Ekadashi fasting in Hinduism. In such a situation, keeping the Ekadashi fast on February 27 would be more appropriate. For those who observe Ekadashi fast on February 27, the time of Parana is from 6.48 am to 9.06 am on February 28.

Significance of Vijaya Ekadashi

It is believed that fasting on Vijaya Ekadashi leads a person towards salvation. If you are surrounded by enemies, then you should take the shelter of Narayan and keep the fast of Vijaya Ekadashi duly. This gives you victory over your enemies. Lord Shri Krishna himself had told the importance of this fast to Yudhishthira, after which the Pandavas had achieved victory over the Kauravas.