Janmashtami festival is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Shri Krishna. This festival is celebrated with full faith and reverence all over the world. Janmashtami is celebrated not only in India but also Indians settled abroad with full faith and gaiety. Shri Krishna has been the center of our faith for ages. They are sometimes red of Yashoda maiya, and sometimes naughty Kanha of Braj.

When and why Janmashtami is celebrated

The day of the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great pomp. Janmashtami festival is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Shri Krishna, which is celebrated on the Ashtami date of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month after Rakshabandhan.

Sri Krishna was the 8th son of Devaki and Vasudeva. The king of the city of Mathura was Kansa, who was very tyrannical. His atrocities were increasing day by day.
There was a time AIR that his sister Devaki's 8th son would kill him. Hearing this, Kansa put her sister Devaki in a dungeon with her husband Vasudev. Kansa kills 7 children before Devaki's Krishna.

When Devaki gave birth to Shri Krishna, Lord Vishnu ordered Vasudeva to bring Shri Krishna to Yashoda Mata and Nanda Baba in Gokul, where he would be safe from his maternal uncle Kansa. Shri Krishna was raised under the supervision of Yashoda Mata and Nanda Baba. Just, in the joy of his birth, the festival of Janmashtami is celebrated every year since then.

Temples are specially decorated on the day of Shri Krishna Janmashtami. On Janmashtami, there is a law of fasting for the whole day. On Janmashtami, everyone observes fast till 12 noon. On this day, tableaux are decorated in the temples and Lord Krishna is seen swinging and Raslila is organized.

On the day of Janmashtami, Dahi-Handi competition is organized in many places in the country. Bal-Govinda of all places participate in the Dahi-Handi competition. A matki filled with buttermilk, curd etc. is hung in the sky and an attempt is made to break the pot by the hair-Govinda. In the Dahi-Handi competition, the winning team is given appropriate prizes. The winning team which succeeds in breaking the matki deserves the reward.

Epilogue: There is a law to observe fast on Janmashtami. Fruits should be done according to your ability. No god tells us to stay hungry, so fast according to your faith. Not eating anything during the fast for the whole day can have a bad effect on your health. That is why we should adopt Shri Krishna's messages in our lives.

This year janmashtami 2020 is celebrated on dated 12th of August.Every person in this day wish happy janmashtami to all their loved ones and do worship of Lord Krishna.

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