Bankersadda, SSCadda and Adda247 family wishes you a very happy Krishna Janmashtami. The Hindu festival is celebrated every year to commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna, the eighth incarnation of the Lord Vishnu. This year the festival is being celebrated on September 3.
In India more than 800 million people celebrate Janmashtami to commemorate the birth of Krishna. The occasion is celebrated popularly in Mathura (where Krishna was born) and Vrindavan (where Krishna spent his childhood). Many different Hindu approaches and traditions are practiced throughout the world in different countries. The Janmashtami festival reminds Hindus of Vishnu’s triumph of good over evil.
Krishna is considered to be a warrior, hero, teacher and philosopher by Hindus. Krishna’s birthday is celebrated eight days after Raksha Bandhan in the month of Sravana and celebrations are spread over two days. Janmashtami, also known as ‘Krishna Janmashtami’ is the most important festival of Vaishnavs. The main significance of Janmashtami is to encourage goodwill and to discourage bad will. Krishna Jayanti also celebrates togetherness. The holy occasion brings people together, thus it signifies unity and faith.
May this Janmashtami bring immense happiness in your life and take hatred away from your life. Celebrate the day of love and happines, the day of Birth of Lord Krishna with your friends and family wishing them Happy Janmashtami!