ei-mata rāsa-yātrā, āra dīpāvalī
utthāna-dvādaśī-yātrā dekhilā sakali
ei-mata—in this way; rāsa-yātrā—rāsa dancing of Lord Kṛṣṇa; āra—and; dīpa-āvalī—a row of lights, the day of Dīpāvalī; utthāna-dvādaśī-yātrā—the festival of Utthāna-dvādaśī; dekhilā sakali—participated in all of them.
Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu and His devotees participated in all the festivals known as Rāsa-yātrā, Dīpāvalī and Utthāna-dvādaśī.
The Dīpāvalī festival takes place on the dark-moon night in the month of Kārttika (October-November). The Rāsa-yātrā, or rāsa dancing of Kṛṣṇa, takes place on the full-moon night of the same month. Utthāna-dvādaśī takes place the day after Ekādaśī in the waxing fortnight of the moon in the same month. All the devotees of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu participated in all these festivals.
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