Brahmā addressed Lord Kṛṣṇa as Acyuta because the Lord is never forgetful of a little service rendered by His devotee. He is so kind and affectionate towards His devotees that a little service by them is accepted by Him as a great deal. Brahmā has certainly rendered much service to the Lord. As the supreme personality in charge of this particular universe, he is, without a doubt, a faithful servant of Kṛṣṇa; therefore he could appease Kṛṣṇa.
Vaishnava Varuthini Ekadashi, observed in honour of Lord Vishnu. It falls on the Ekadashi of Krishna Paksha in Vaisakha as per the North Indian Hindu calendar and Chaitra as per the South Indian Hindu calendar. A day-long fast is observed on this day to gain freedom from karma. Lord Vamana, the fifth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, is also worshipped on this festival. #PureDevotion
Skanda Sashti is observed tomorrow, 1st May, in honour of Lord Muruga, who is also known as Skanda and Karthikeya. Celebrated with great fervour in Shaivite and Subramanya temples in South India, this festival falls on the sixth day of every lunar fortnight in the Hindu calendar. Skanda Sashti commemorates the victory of good over evil. Devotees observe a special six-day fast before this day to be blessed with success and prosperity. #PureDevotion
Fabric Hindu calendar/almanac corresponding to Western years 1871-1872. From Rajasthan in India. The left column shows the ten avatars of Vishnu, the center-right column shows the twelve signs of the Hindu zodiac. Top middle panel shows Ganesha with two consorts. The second panel shows Krishna with two consorts
The Hindu calendar follows the lunar year that consists of 12 lunar months. The earliest Hindu calendars derived from Gupta era and were developed by Āryabhaṭa and Varāhamihira in the 5th to 6th century. The Hindu calendars have undergone many changes in the process of regionalization. Some of the more prominent regional Hindu calendars include the Nepali calendar, Punjabi calendar, Bengali calendar.