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"In this mundane plane there is apparent friendship but inner animosity, but in the God-centred plane there is apparent competition but inner friendship because the flow of God-service is common to everyone."

- Srila Govinda Maharaj

Main Vaisnava Dates:
(Nabadwip's Calendar)


Full Calendar
June 2015
2 Purnima. Snan Yatra (bathing) of Sri Jagannathdev. Disappearance of Srila Mukunda Datta and Srila Sridhar Pandit.
3 Disappearance of Srila Shyamananda Prabhu and Sripad Rishabdev Das Adhikari.
4 Disappearance of Sri Gaurahari Bhakti Sampad Prabhu.
7 Appearance of Srila Vakreshvar Pandit.
13 Dvadashi. Ekadashi. Fast (because the previous day was viddha). Disappearance of Sriyukta Rama Devi.
14 Trayodashi. Paran between 4:56 and 9:24 a.m.
16 Amavasya. Disappearance of Srila Gadadhar Pandit and Srila Sachchidananda Bhakti Vinod Thakur.
28 Ekadashi. Fast.
29 Dvadashi. Paran between 4:56 and 9:02 a.m.
July 2015
12 Ekadashi. Fast.
13 Dvadashi. Paran between 5:03 and 7:52 a.m.
17 Gundicha Marjan: cleaning at the Gundicha Temple at Sri Puri Dham, and cleaning of all Temples of the Lord.
18 Ratha Yatra of Sri Jagannathdev. Disappearance of Srila Svarup Damodar Goswami Prabhu.
21 Hera Panchami. Sri Sri Laksmi Vijay at Sri Puri Dham.
   
NB Ekadashi, dvadashi and 'paran' dates and times given here are calculated for Nabadwip. Please consult your local Centres for local dates/times.
  'Fast' on Ekadahsi or Maha-dvadashi, refers to fasting from grains.
  'Paran' the day after such fasting days, refers to breaking fast with grains, after sunrise (unless otherwise stated) and before a specified time.
  Optional morning fast is observed in honour of prominent Vaisnavas on their appearance and disappearance days.