Krishna Jayanthi Celebration 2019

Krishna Jayanthi Celebration 2019 @ Royal International Senior Secondary CBSE School, Komarapalayam, Namakkal District. Near Erode & Salem District (formerly Tiruchengode District)

Gokula Ashtami (Krishna Janmashtami, Janmashtami or Sri Krishna Jayanti) celebrates the birthday of Krishna. Gokulashtami is celebrated with great fervor in South India. … The festival is celebrated in the evening as Krishna was born at midnight. Most people observe a strict fast on this day and eat only after the midnight puja.

Why and How Krishna Janmashtami is Celebrated. The birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated as Krishna Janmashtami. It is an annual celebration which marks the birth of Lord Krishna who is considered to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the eighth “Avatar” of Lord Vishnu.

Krishna Jayanthi also know as Sree Jayanthi or Gokulashtami or Janmashtami or Krishnashtami is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna. The main dishes prepared for Krishna Jayanthi are Thattai, seedai (both salted and sweet version) murukku and aval payasam.

Krishna Jayanthi 2019: Date of the festival this year is August 24, Saturday. New Delhi: Krishna Janmashtami 2019, also called Janmashtami and Gokulashtami is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, believed to be the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu.

Here are some traditional sweets that are an intrinsic part of Janmashtami celebrations:

  • Peda. Peda is one of the most popular offerings to Lord Krishna. …
  • Charnamrit/panchamrit. …
  • Dhaniya Panjiri. …
  • Kheer. …
  • Makkhan Mishri. …
  • Rabdi. …
  • Malpua.

All they need is a date. And July 21, 3228 bc, according to Bansal, satisfies every condition described during Krishna’s birth. Krishna was born in the Rohini nakshatra, in the Hindu month of Bhadrapada, on the 8th day of the waning moon at midnight.

This legend is celebrated on Janmashtami by people keeping fast, singing devotional songs of love for Krishna, and keeping a vigil into the night. After Krishna’s midnight hour birth, statues of baby Krishna are washed and clothed, then placed in a cradle. The devotees then break their fast, by sharing food and sweets.

Krishna, Sanskrit Kṛṣṇa, 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.