Following and practicing that, means-not following the decisions passed by others. Not a single day or date from the decisions of others should be considered. All the festivals are to be performed according to the decision of Shri Vithalesh. His decisions are taken as the direction. It clearly indicates that no decisions from others are to be accepted or to be acted upon. It applies equally to all Vratas and Utsava. Now suggestion part of this direction is indicated here: If the tenth day of the fortnight exceeds fifty four becomes about of the fiftyfive Gharis (a ghari is consisted of twenty four minutes) than the Ekadashi day following it comes under the effect of tenthday and therefore fast shall not be observed on that Ekadashi day. Now, if Ekadashi is free from such effect but are two in the number, or may be two twelfth days, then the second following day should be observed as fast day, not the first. In the case of Janmashtami, the day at the time of sunrise shall be observed as Janmashtami day. If that part of the day is under the effect of the seventhday of the month, the fast may not be observed. If the Eighth day with such effect is a Kshaya Tithi (missing date) then the fast shall be observed on the ninth day. And if such eighth days are two, then first day in these two shall be observed as the fast day. In Vaman Jayanti, the Vrata shall be observed if there is conjunction of Vishnushrinkhal Yoga or Shrvan Nakshatra on the Twelfth Day and shall be taken noon-time of such date if there is no such conjunction . Ramnavami Vrata day should be free from the effect of the eighth day. And if the ninth day with such effect is a Kshaya (missing) Tithi (date), then the Vrata should be observed on the eighth day. And if pure ninth day are two in number then the fast should be observed on the first ninth day. Nrisimha chaudash should be free from the effect of the thirteenth day. And if such polluted date is a missing (Kshaya) date, then the same day should be observed as fast day. If pure fourteenth day are two in number, then the first such date should be observed as Vrata. In Falgun Purnima etc days, Fuldol Utsava should be celebrated in the later part of night when there is Uttara Falgun Nakshatra. There shall be no insistence for particular date. In similar way, Anna Koota should be performed on the first day of the first fortnight of Kartika Maas - right before appearance of the moon and in the portion of Amavasya (last day of the month). The judgement on Shivaratri has not been given by Shri Vithalnathji - therefore - the decision in regard to this may be taken from Samay Mayukh, for example: Shivratri should be taken as midnight, and if there are two dates, then without considering midnight portion, the next day shall be taken as Vrata day.
The procedure of serving Lord Shri Krishna should be taken from him. Service should be offered every day. Should know about different services in relation to time, clothing, ornaments, food etc. to be offered to Lord Shri Krishna. All such services are to be performed according to the teaching of Shri Vithalesh. These have been given in detail in annual calender of Vrata Utsava Vidhi and Satsangi Jivan.