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Shri Krishna Janmashtami 2023: When is Janmashtami festival in Mathura and Sri Krishna Mahaabhishek time, read here

Shri Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated with great pomp in Braj. Millions of devotees arrive in Mathura on the birth anniversary of Shri Krishna. Special events are held on this day at Krishna Janmasthan.  Krishna Janmashtami  2023 will be celebrated on the eighth day of the sunrise. On September 7, the birth anniversary will be celebrated on ashtami in the sun rise.


Murali Wale’s birth clock is now near. There is joy all around. Braj will become Baikunth on Kanhaiya’s birth anniversary. Preparations are going on in the temples. The Savior’s birthday will last for three days. Devotees will gather from all over the country and abroad. Bookings are being done in dharamshalas, ashrams and hotels. At the same time, decoration is going on in the city of Kanha.

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A Sri Krishna Janmashtami celebrated in Braj

On the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna, there is an endless stream of faith flowing in Braj. This time the birthday will be celebrated for three days in Braj. The birth anniversary of Thakur Shri Keshav Dev will be celebrated on September 6. Janmashtami is celebrated here on the same day as Ashtami.

The event will be held at Shri Krishna Janmasthtami 2023 and other temples on September 7. Janmashtami will be celebrated on the eighth day of the sun. In Nandgaon, the birth anniversary will be celebrated on September 8. 

Here this event is organized by gopad count (hoof count). Kanhaiya’s birthday is celebrated on the eighth day of Rakshabandhan.
Ashtami on September 6, until the afternoon of September 7

Ashtami will begin at 3.37 pm on September 6 and will last till 4.14 pm on September 7. Ashtami will be celebrated on September 6 and 7. Kameshwar Chaturvedi- Jyotishacharya Lala’s birthday is celebrated on the same day as Ashtami. This year, Ashtami will be celebrated on September 6. Therefore, the birthday will be celebrated on September 6.

 

Krishna Janmashtami 2023

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Sri Krishna Mahaabhishek Program

11 pm – Shri Ganapati and Navagraha Sthapana, Pujan By 11.55 pm – Sahastrarachan 11.59 pm: Darshan of Prakatya closed Prakatya Darshan, Aarti from 12 am to 12.05 pm Mahaabhishek from 12.05 am to 12.20 pm Thakurji’s birth anointing in silver flower from 12.20 am to 12.40 pm Shringar Aarti from 12.40 am to 12.50 pm Sleeping Aarti from 1.25 am to 1.30 pm

Why do we celebrate Janmashtami?

Krishna Janmashtami 2023 is a special day when we celebrate the birthday of Lord Krishna. He’s a very important and loved god in India. Long ago, there was a king named Kansa, who was not a good king. There was a prophecy that said Kansa would be defeated by his sister Devaki’s eighth son. So, Kansa put Devaki and h
er husband Vasudeva in jail to stop this from happening. Read our more post.

But when their eighth son, Lord Krishna, was born, something amazing occurred. The prison doors opened, and Vasudeva carried baby Krishna safely across a river. Krishna grew up in a Vrindavan ,Where he performed “leelas”. He became famous for being a little mischievous but very lovable. 2023 

About Bhagvat Gita

As Lord Krishna got older, he helped in a big war called the Mahabharata. His teachings and lessons are present in Bhagvat Gita .It is a great epic. He showed us power of love and devotion,how to live a life .He has many devotees around the world. So, Krishna Janmashtami is not just about celebrating a birthday. It’s about remembering Lord Krishna’s teachings and his love for everyone. People make yummy sweets, decorate their homes, and sing songs on this special day. They also visit temples to pray and get blessings.

Dahi Handi celebration

One exciting part of Krishna Janmashtami is the Dahi Handi celebration. People make tall human towers to reach and break a pot filled with yogurt or butter, just like young Krishna used to do.

In simple words, we celebrate Krishna Janmashtami to remember and honor Lord Krishna, who was not just a god but also a friend, teacher, and guide. This festival reminds us to be loving and kind, just like Krishna. Whether you’re breaking a Dahi Handi, singing songs, or spending time with family, Krishna Janmashtami is a happy day to enjoy and ask for Lord Krishna’s blessings.This is how Krishna Janmashtami celebrated in Mathura.

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