Minorstudy wishes, Message and greetings gearing up to celebrate the Krishna Janmashtami with the initiative #Minorstudy. and we Have a wonderful treasure of ancient traditions for the world so Conserve and Preserve. Shri Krishna Janmashtami ''Occasion of the birth of Krishna'', also known simply as Janmashtami or Gokulashtami, is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu.
The Krishna Janmashtami festival marks the birth of Krishna, one of the most popular deities worshipped by Hindus. He is thought to have been born in 3228 BC. His birthday is celebrated eight days after Raksha Bandhan, a festival celebrating the bond between brothers and sisters. To celebrate Krishna Janmashtami, people fast and break it at midnight after performing kirtan and bhajans. The fast is known as the Janamashtami Vrat, and here are a few dos and don'ts that you should follow if you are observing it. Janmashtami is a time when you should wake up early in the morning.
On an auspicious day, take an early bath and wear new clothes or clean clothes. For worshipping, take a Sankalpa or a vow that you will keep the fast with all the devotion and sincerity for Lord Krishna without breaking it or making any mistakes. Krishna, Sanskrit Krsna, one of the most widely revered and most popular of all Indian divinities, worshipped as the eighth incarnation (avatar, or avatara) of the Hindu god Vishnu and also as a supreme god in his own right.
Krishna Janmashtami is observed every year on the eighth day of Krishna Paksha, as per the Hindu calendar. This year, Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated across the country on August 18 and 19.
To celebrate Krishna Janmashtami, people fast and break it at midnight after performing kirtan and bhajans. The fast is known as the Janamashtami Vrat, and here are a few dos and don'ts that you should follow if you are observing it.