Happy Janmashtami Lord Krishna was reborn on this day, today is Happy Janmashtami
Krishna Janmashtami 2020 Ceremony : The introduction of Lord Krishna, accepted as the eighth symbol of Lord Vishnu, is an annual Hindu festival celebrated as Janmashtami or Gokshulashtami. It is commonly seen on the Ashtami or Ashtami of Krishna Paksha in the period of Shravan or Bhadrapada.
This year, the Janmashtami festival starts on August 11, with many more responsible to praise it the next day. Krishna puja is generally directed at 12 noon; Formal worship consists of 16 stages which are a part of Shodashopachara Puja Puja.
According to Hindu custom, Krishna is accepted to conceive in Mathura at 12 o’clock on the eighth day of the month of Bhadrapada. After being introduced to the world, his father Vasudeva took the young Krishna into the stream of Yamuna to separate him from uncle Raja Kansa and offered him to his non-permanent parents in Gokul, Nanda and Yashoda. Legend has it that the eighth child of Devaki, the sister of Kansa, was speculated ..
According to the Hindu convention, Krishna is accepted to have been conceived in Mathura at 12 PM on the eighth day of the Bhadrapada month. Following his introduction to the world, his dad Vasudeva took youthful Krishna over the Yamuna stream to spare him from uncle King Kansa and offered him to his temporary parents in Gokul, Nanda and Yashoda. Legend goes that Kansa’s sister Devaki’s eighth child was forecasted to murder the unfeeling lord. So Kansa secured Devaki and Vasudeva in the jail and began murdering their children individually until Krishna was conceived.
Janmashtami, along these lines, symbols of baby Krishna are washed, dressed and set in a support. The aficionados at that point break their quick and offer nourishments and desserts with an uncommon accentuation on milk items including makhan, milk and curd.