Varuthini Ekadashi or 'Baruthani Ekadashi' as it is otherwise called a sacred fasting day for Hindus that is seen on the 'ekadashi' eleventh day of the Krishna Paksha the dull fortnight of moon amid the 'Vaishakha' month in the North Indian logbook. However in the conditions of South India, where the Amavasyant logbook is taken after, this ekadashi is praised amid the long stretch of 'Chaitra'.
In the Gregorian date-book this date relates to the long stretches of April-May. Upon the arrival of Varuthini Ekadashi, God Vamana, who is known to be the fifth symbol of Lord Vishnu, is venerated with finish commitment. The word 'uthini' in Hindi signifies 'ensured or shielded' thus it is trusted that a man who watches the Varuthini Ekadashi vrat will be shielded from every one of the indecencies and even be gave with favorable luck and riches.