Welcome to the latest version of Mayapur Vaishnava Calendar. This version includes a number of new features and improvements based on feedback from the devotee community and usability testing.

Calendar - The english calendar is based on the conventional calendar. Gaurabda Calendar has many more details like tithis, paksa, naksatra, etc. 
 
Upcoming - Upcoming events displays in a detailed view all vaishnava events that are yet to come. You can even filter your views by appropriate categories like only upcoming ekadashisfestivalsappearance daysdisappearance days, etc. by using the left menu. 
 
Rich content - Clicking on each event will take you to all possible information related to that event. This includes details about the vaishnava events, biographies, relevant audio lectures, videos, images, eBooks, etc. 
 
Daily Quotes - Visit our gallery of Srila Prabhupada's most famous quote of the day. They have been made specially for you to share on facebook timeline.
 
Email Reminder - You can subscribe for email alerts. Whenever there is a upcoming vaishnava event, you will receive an email reminder atleast 2 days in advance.
 
Sharing - You can share each event with your friends on popular social medias like facebook, twitter, etc. You can even email your family and friends and send them important information about upcoming vaishnava event.
 
More - We have added a section on philosophy explaining the need to incorporate the vaishnava calendar in our lives. We have enlisted lot of ISKCON calendar resources
 
Important - Vaishnava calendar dates vary from year to year and by location because they are based on the lunar calendar rather than a solar calendar. This vaishnava calendar displays the holy days according to the dates and times for Mayapur, India, the spiritual capital of Gaudiya Vaishnavas. At this sacred place Lord Sri Krishna appeared as Sri Chaitanya  Mahaprabhu to mercifully deliver the fallen souls of this age of kali-yuga. 
 
This website is based on teachings of  the foremost contemporary authority on bhakti-yoga – His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (1896-1977), founder Acharya of ISKCON - International Society for Krishna Consciousness