||Ekadashi. Fast. Appearance
of Srila Jagadish Pandit. (New Year's Day.)
||Dvadashi. Paran by 9:13 a.m.
||Purnima. Pushyabhisheka Yatra of Sri Krishna. Disappearance of
Sripad Bhakti Sharan Vaisnava Maharaj.
||Appearance of Srila Gopal Bhatta
Goswami Prabhu. Disappearance of Srila Ramachandra Kaviraj.
||Disappearance of Sripad Yadavendu
||Disappearance of Srila Jayadev Goswami.
||Sriman Mahaprabhu leaves Nabadwip in the night to go to Katwa to take sannyas. Disappearance of Srila Lochan Das Thakur.
||Remembrance of Sriman Mahaprabhu's sannyas-lila.
||Dvadashi. Paran between 6:36 and 10:00 a.m.
||Disappearance of Tridandi Swami
Srimad Bhakti Gaurava Vaikhanas Maharaj. Disappearance of Sri Haripada
Chaudhuri Das Adhikari.
||Disappearance of Tridandi Swami Srimad
Bhakti Sharan Shanta Maharaj.
||Appearance of Srila Bhakti Pavan Janardan Maharaj.
||Sri Krishna Vasanta Panchami. Sri
Saraswati Puja. Appearance day of Sri Vishnu Priya Devi. Appearance
of Srila Pundarik Vidyanidhi, Srila Raghunath Das Goswami, and Srila
Raghu Nandan Thakur. Disappearance of Srila Viswanath Chakravarti
Thakur, Tridandi Swami Srimad Bhakti Viveka Bharati Maharaj, and Tridandi Swami Srimad Bhakti Svarup Parvat Maharaj.
||Appearance of Mahavishnu Avatar,
Sri Advaita Acharya.
||Disappearance of Sripad Virendra
||Disappearance of Srila Madhva Acharya.
||Disappearance of Srila
||Bhaimi Ekadashi. Fast.
||Varaha Dvadasi. Appearance of Lord Varahadev. Paran between 6:25 and 10:00
a.m. after the worship of Varahadev.
||Gaura Trayodashi. Appearance
of Sri Nityananda Prabhu. Fast until
noon. Grand festival and installation anniversary of Sri Sri Guru Gaura
Nityananda at Sree Chaitanya Saraswata Krishnanushilana Sangha,
||Paran by 10:02 a.m. for those who
fasted the previous day.
||Purnima. Appearance of Srila Narottam Das Thakur.
Sri Krishna's Madhurotsav.
on Ekadasi or Maha-dvadasi, refers to fasting from grains.
the day after such fasting days, refers to breaking fast with
grains, after sunrise (unless otherwise stated) and before a specified
morning fast is observed in honour of prominent Vaisnavas on
their appearance and disappearance days.