Shri Krishna Janmashtami 2023: A Celebration of Love and Wisdom-1)Krishna Janmashtami is a joyous celebration of the birth of Lord Krishna, a beloved deity in India. It's more than just a birthday; it's a time to reflect on his teachings of love and kindness. Let's embark on a journey to discover the significance of this special day


S2)In the historic city of Mathura, millions of devotees gather to celebrate Krishna Janmashtami. Special events and festivities take place at Krishna Janmasthan. This year, the festival falls on September 7th, marking the eighth day of sunrise.

.The celebrations span three days in Braj, where Thakur Shri Keshav Dev's birth is celebrated on September 6th. Janmashtami coincides with Ashtami, and devotees throng to Shri Krishna Janmasthan and other temples to mark the occasion.

Ashtami begins at 3:37 PM on September 6th and lasts until 4:14 PM on September 7th. Devotees eagerly await this auspicious time for celebrations and worship.



Sri Krishna Mahaabhishek Program** The Mahaabhishek program is a highlight of the celebrations. It includes rituals like Ganapati and Navagraha Sthapana, Pujan, Sahastrarachan, Darshan of Prakatya, Aarti, and Thakurji's birth anointing. The festivities continue well into the night.

Dahi Handi Tradition** One exciting aspect of Krishna Janmashtami is the Dahi Handi celebration. People form human towers to break a pot filled with yogurt or butter, emulating young Krishna's playful spirit

Krishna Janmashtami is not merely a birthday celebration but a time to honor Lord Krishna's teachings. He was not just a god but also a friend, teacher, and guide. His love and wisdom continue to inspire people worldwide