Jayapataka Swami: Well you can watch the Nrsimha abhishek on the Mayapur TV, and you can read the glories of Lord Nrsimha deva, you can hear the classes by devotees, on Nrsimhadeva over the internet, and you can also, if you are at home, if you have a deity of Lord Nrsimhadeva or Shaligram shila, you can offer abhishek. Anyway, you can fast up till sunset. And in this way, you can observe the Nrsimha Caturdasi. We break the fast after the sunset because Lord Nrsimhadeva appeared at the sunset. Hiranyakasipu told Prahlada, that if your God exists, that let Him come, is He here in this column? And then he struck the column. There was a loud sound and since Hiranyakasipu had a boon from Lord Brahma, he cannot be killed in the day or night, so the Lord killed him at twilight. It was neither day or night! Ha! Ha!  It was not exactly day or it was not exactly night. So as far as how we break the fast, Srila Prabhupada said that we are Krsna bhaktas. So we observe the appearance of Lord Krsna, on the Krsna Janamastami, we take anukalpa. Also on the appearance of Lord Caitanya, since He is also Krsna, we take anukalpa. Actually, since in Mayapur we have the deity of Lord Nrsimhadeva, many devotees observe anukalpa fast. I would say mostly. But technically, if they want they can take grain at sunset. But since we have the deity of Nrsimhadeva here, most people observe anukalpa. Similarly, temples of Rama – Sita, Rama Laksmana, Hanuman, they usually observe the Rama Navami with anukalpa. But we don’t usually do that. It is optional, in Mayapur. Everywhere it is optional. But usually if the devotees, they have the deities they observe it more strictly. One day, Hari Sauri prabhu, he mentioned to me that we don’t have to observe anukalpa. It is true. But usually we do because we have Nrsimhadeva here.