Celebrate the Divine Love with Krishna Janmashtami – 23rd August

Krishna Janmashtami is the annual festival that marks the birth of Lord Krishna – the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu. This auspicious occasion falls on the eighth day of the August month according to the Hindu lunar calendar. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervor across India and the world. The day is filled with festivities and rituals that highlight the divine love and teachings of Lord Krishna. Let us dive deep into the significance and celebrations of this joyous festival.

Krishna Janmashtami is also known as Gokulashtami, Krishnashtami, or simply Janmashtami.

The festival is observed on the Ashtami tithi (eighth day) of the Krishna Paksha (dark fortnight) in the month of Shravan or Bhadrapada.

This year, Krishna Janmashtami falls on 23rd August, Tuesday, and the celebrations continue till midnight.

Lord Krishna was born in Mathura, in the prison of King Kansa, to Devaki and Vasudeva at midnight.

The day is also known as ‘Krishna Jayanti’ and ‘Saatam Aatham’ in different parts of India.

The birth of Lord Krishna marks the beginning of a new era of hope, love, and prosperity.

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