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Vrat and Fasting have a significant importance in the Hindu Religion. According to the Hindu Religion, different tithi’s preceding in every month are devoted to Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva, Goddess Durga and Lord Ganesha along with many others Gods, which therefore increases the importance of Vrat and Fastings even more on this tithi’s. On this page you'll get all the necessary information about different tithi, vrat and fastings. In every month of the Hindu Religion, there falls Ekadashi, Amavasya (New moon), Poornima (Full Moon), Sankashti Chaturthi and Pradosh Vrat. Among these, the Amavasya Vrat and puja for religious offerings and for ancestral peace have significant importance. Lord Shiva is considered as the lord of Pradosh Vrat and hence, he is worshipped in the form of puja along with Goddess Parvati. The Tithi of Poornima is most liked by the Moon and that's because it's only on Poornima that the moon is in its complete shape. On this occasion, religious activities, offerings and vrat have significant importance. It is believed to be shubh or auspicious to a take a holy bath and perform offerings on the Poornima day at a holy place in the month of Vishakha, Kartika and Magha. Ekadashi vrat has huge magnificence in the Hindu Religion. Being in a particular sitting position and worshiping and praising your beloved deity, this inspiring vrat is known as Ekadashi Vrat. Ekadashi vrat is believed to be the ancient one among the other vrats. Know all the tithi’s for vrats and fastings falling in this year, here.