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Krishna Janmashtami, also known simply as Janmashtami, is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu
2017 Date: 15 August 2017
Observances: Fasting, praying
Type of holiday: Religious celebration
Featured in religions: Hinduism
Celebrations: Dahi Handi, kite-flying, fair, traditional sweet dishes etc
Did you know: Janmashtami, is the birthday of lord Krishna which is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over the country
Janmashtami date and auspicious time According to the Smarth sect, Janmashtami will be celebrated on August 14, while the festival of Janmashtami will be celebrated on August 15 of the Vaishnav sect.
The birthplace of the famous Hindu festival of Janmashtami is being eagerly awaiting abroad in all over India as well. The festival of Janmashtami is very important for Hindus. Janmashtami is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna. Lord Shri Krishna is believed to be the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu on earth. According to Hindu Calender, it is said that Lord Krishna was born on the eighth day of the month of Shravan, i.e. on the eighth century in midnight. There are many other stories which are famous for the birth of Shri Krishna and victory over the enemies, which are very famous and which are still preferred.
[Janmashtami of Importance ]
In Mathura, the merciless king of Kans was ruled by his subjects, his subjects were not pleased. Kansa had a younger sister named Rajkumari Devaki, whom she loved very much. Kans married his sister Devaki with Vasudev, suddenly a prophecy from the sky happened that Devaki’s eighth son would be the cause of his death. After listening to this, Crusher Kanas detained his sister Devaki and Vasudev and put them in prison for several years. In these years, Kanas killed six children who were given birth by Devaki. Though Kans was told about the seventh child of Devaki that he had a miscarriage but he had mysteriously moved the womb of Princess of Vrindavan to Rohini, who grew up and became Lord Krishna’s brother Balram. At the time of Lord Krishna’s birth, God instructed Vasudev to take Vrindavan to Nand and Yashoda near Krishna. On that day there was a terrible storm and rain Vasudev crossed the river by placing Sri Krishna on his head in a basket, during this time, Sheshnag protected Krishna from the rain. Vasudev handed Krishna to Nand and returned from there with a child, who was born on the same day. After this, when the Brahmin tried to kill this child, the child flew into the air in the form of a Goddess and again Kans heard the warning about his death. After a few years, Krishna killed Kansa and Mathura became a happy state once again.
[Janmashtami fast, worship and worship method]
On this day devotees of Lord Shri Krishna celebrate fast with complete law and order. They eat only once a day from Janmashtami. On the day of fast all devotees take a pledge to fast all day and break their fast after the end of Ashtami dates the next day. On Janmashtami, Lord Shri Krishna is anointed with milk, water and ghee. God is sacrificed. On the day of fasting, devotees do not consume food, instead they take fruits and water, which is called Falhar.
[Lord Krishna on Janmashtami will be blessed with Chappan]
On the occasion of Janmashtami, there is a different look in temples in different temples. After sunset, bhajan-kirtan is organized in the temples. At the same time, those who are fasting break their fast after midnight. Janmashtami is the next day is celebrated as’ NAND celebration, this day are foods we may 56 like God called fifty indulgence. After being indulging in God, it is divided into all the people. It is said that in Chappan Bhog, there are the same dishes which were pleasing to Lord Shri Krishna. Typically this includes things such as grains, fruits, dry fruits, sweets, beverages, snacks and pickles. There are also differences in many people offer sweets and 20 of the 16 kinds of snacks, 20 kinds of dry fruits. General as butter in fifty indulgence candy, pudding and dumpling, jalebi, cumin sweet, porridge, mathris, pancake, Cates, sauce, jam, vegetables, yogurt, rice, lentils, curry, ghevar, Chila, pudding papad, moong dal are Pakora, stews, vegetables, eggplant, vegetable gourd, whole, almond milk, steaks, cashews, almonds, pistachios and cardamom.