Ashadhi Ekadashi

Ekadasi refers to the 11th titi of the lunar month. There are two Ekadasi in each lunar month, one in Shukra Paksha (growing phase) and one in Krishna Paksha (declining phase). Ekadashi is dedicated to the worship of Lord Vishnu. The ekadasi that falls during the shukrapaksha (bright fortnight) of Ashada's moon is known as the ekadasi of ashadhi. Known by various names such as Devshayani Ekadashi, Toli Ekadashi, Padma Ekadashi, Devpodhi Ekadashi, Maha Ekadashi and Hari Sayana Ekadashi.
Ashadhi Ekadashi Vrat Rituals
Devotees of Lord Vishnu await this auspicious occasion to offer their deepest respect and devotion to Lord Vishnu and his consort Goddess Lakshmi. People fast and pray to him to be blessed by the Supreme Entity Himself. According to the scriptures, the Ashadi Ekadasi Vrat ceremony is given as follows.

● A devotee who observes Devshayani Ekadasi Vrat must get up early in the morning and cleanse himself in the holy bath.
●At noon, a ceremony is held to hold a memorial service for the spirits of the deceased ancestors and bring them to rest in peace.
● An altar is set up to perform the puja ceremony, and the puja his tal is cleaned to be adorned with an idol of Lord Vishnu.
● Lord Vishnu's idol is dressed in yellow.
● Vishnu is offered betel leaves (Paan), betel nuts (Supari), yellow flowers, and sandalwood.
● People who observe Ashadi Ekadasi Vrat can eat only once a day.
You can break the fast with a meal during Paraná the next day.