- a year in the era beginning from the appearance of Śrī Gaurāṅga Mahāprabhu (corresponding to 1486 AD)✍ in the year 442 Gaurābda (1929) ✍ the seventh day of the bright moon of Bhādra in the year 457 Gaurābda (7th September, 1943)
✍ Phālguna Pūrṇimā, Śrī Gaurābda 517, 18 March 2003
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