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Krishna Janmasthami 2022

Shri Krishna Janmashtami, 2022

Krishna Janmashtami falls on Thursday, 18 August 2022

Nishita Puja Time – 12:03 AM to 12:47 AM of Aug 19

Duration – 00 Hours 44 Mins

Dahi Handi festival is celebrated on Friday, August 19

Krishna Janmashtami Story (Katha)

Krishna Janmashtami is the festival to commemorate the birthday of Lord Shri Krishna, who is the avatar of Lord Vishnu. He is believed to have come into the world approximately 5000 years ago, in Mathura in the 'Dwapar Yuga'.

Krishna Janmashtami is also known as Ashtami Rohini, Srikrishna Jayanti, Krishnashtami, Saatam Aatham, Gokulashtami, and sometimes simply as Janmashtami. It is, in essence, a Hindu celebration.

The festival is usually celebrated on Ashtami Tithi, the 8th day in the Dark Half, or Krishna Paksha, the name given to the month Bhadrapada according to the Hindu calendar, which is the month when you can see that Rohini Nakshatra is in the ascendency. According to the Gregorian calendar, it is typically during both August and September.

The celebration is celebrated with enthusiasm and energy by Hindus across India and worldwide. The people observe a fast throughout the day, sing songs, and offer prayers at midnight to celebrate the birth of the Lord. Ras Lila, dramatic reenactments of Krishna's life is a unique feature performed throughout the country as they recreate the flirtatious facets of Krishna's youth.

Another fascinating part of the Krishna Janmashtami is Dahi-Handi, a game played in the temples. This game depicts the playful and fun aspect of Krishna, where teams of young men make human pyramids to climb an overhanging butter pot and then break it.

The Story of Lord Krishna's Birth

Lord Krishna was the son of Devaki and Vasudeva and was the eighth personification of God Vishnu; Lord Krishna was part of the Yadava community of Mathura, Kansa was a king of Mathura and a brother of Devaki. One time, he heard the voice of the sky saying that Devaki's eighth child would be the one to kill him. After hearing the voice from the sky, she was imprisoned by her sisters Devaki and Vasudeva in prison. King Kansa executed six kids of Devaki, and the seventh was miscarried.

The eighth child of Devaki is Lord Krishna. Lord Vishnu instructed Vasudeva to bring the newborn Lord Krishna to Gokul in the home, Yashoda and Nanda's home, to ensure his safety. At the moment of his birth, all personnel in the jail were able to sleep throughout the night.

Then Vasudeva calmly took the baby Krishna to Yashoda's home and later took her newly born daughter to prison. King Kansa executed the young girl because he believed she was the eighteenth child from Devaki; however, the girl was Yogmaya. An assistant for Lord Vishnu. She flew up and informed King Kansa about his death, and then vanished.

Lord Krishna was charming and also intelligent since childhood. Lord Krishna and Balram, his elder brother Balram lived in Gokul village. They later murdered Kansa, the King. Kansa during the battle of Mathura.

Janmashtami Rituals

In India, the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated at around midnight. The devotees decorate the temple and idol of Lord Krishna with fresh flowers on the day of the festival. The devotees dress in unique costumes to honor Lord Krishna during Janmashtami. They also offer him sweets and fruits. Specially designed swings are made for the baby Lord Krishna in certain temples.

Many people fast or consume fruit and then spend the entire day singing to praise Lord Krishna. The temples in Gokul and Mathura are of particular significance on Krishna Janmashtami day, so devotees crowd the temples during the celebration days. Followers of Lord Krishna are also dancing and exchanging gifts to celebrate joy on the occasion of the birthday of the Lord.

Janmashtami Celebration

The state of Gujarat is home to Lord Krishna. On Janmashtami, Dwarka city is big celebrations, and many tourists come to see it. The temples of Vrindavan are the scene of a lavish and colorful celebration of celebration. Celebrations are celebrated on a grand scale in every Krishna temple across India and are mainly located in Vrindavan, Mathura in Uttar Pradesh, and Dwaraka in Gujarat. Other famous regional Krishna temples also commemorate Janmashtami in grand pomp and grandeur.

On the most auspicious date of Janmashtami, the infant's idol Krishna is bathed in the midnight sun and placed in the form of a cranny. The idol is then decorated with jewelry, flowers, and a tiny "mukut" which is a crown. It is then put in the cradle. Everyone then swings the cradle to the tune of Bhajans or praise songs.

The atmosphere is full of joy and excitement when everyone celebrates the birth of Vishnu's avatar, who was born to provide security to the human race that is suffering. In the end, "Naivedya" is presented to God and given to everyone.

The Naivedya or Prasad is a combination of rice puffed and curds, milk, and sugar. Furthermore, many dairy products, particularly butter, which was Sri Krishna's favorite food in his childhood, are offered. Many kinds of fruits are also given to God.

Many Indian sweets are prepared during this time of celebration. There is Laddus, Payasam or Kheer, Shrikhand, and so on. Precisely at midnight, the birth of Krishna is announced by ringing bells and blowing conch shells.

Many women observe a fast all day long and eat meals only after the birth of Krishna. At temples, "Bhajans" – the recitation of hymns of worship, along with "Kirtans" are religious sermons that begin in the early evening and continue until midnight, the time to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Music and singing continue all night.

The following day "Nand Mahotsav" is celebrated to praise Nand, the chief of the cowherds of Nandgaon, where Krishna was born and was a part of his youth.

Celebrations in homes

In homes, people can tie the mango leaves on doors to commemorate the occasion as auspicious. Beautiful "Rangolis " is painted in front of the house. Inside the house, a tiny mandap made of wood is constructed and decorated with flowering plants and leaves.

A statue of a baby crawling Krishna is set in the cradle made of silver, then placed inside the mandap. The Lord Krishna's idol is decorated with flowers and an ornamental crown.

The majority of families observe a "vrat" which is a fast of the day. The fast is observed throughout the day, and only one meal is eaten during the day. It is referred to as the phal ahar and comprises curd, mithai, fruit, (kuttu) Singhare-ki-Puri.

The phal ahar is consumed during the late afternoon (around 3-4 p.m.) alongside coffee and tea. While fasting during this time, consumption of coffee and tea is allowed and may consume at any point in the day.

Krishna Janmasthami Puja Samagri List

The puja materials of Lord Krishna include a cucumber, one chaurang, yellow clean cloth, the idol of Bal Krishna, a throne (sinhasan), panchamrit, gangajal, lamp, curd, honey, milk, ghee, wick, incense stick, gokulashta sandalwood, akshat, tulsi leaf, Makhan, mishri, bhog material.

After the birth of Bal Gopal, keep new yellow robes of Kanha, flute, peacock feathers, Vyjayanthi Mala for the neck, crowns for the head, and bangles for the hands.

Krishna Janmashtami Puja Vidhi

Bal Gopal will be born after 12 o'clock at night. First of all, after bathing with milk, then curd, then ghee, then honey, you are anointed with Gangajal, it is mentioned in the scriptures. The things that have led to the bath of Bal Gopal are called Panchamrit. Panchamrit is distributed as prasad. Then Lord Krishna should wear new clothes.

Also, sing devotional songs after the birth of God. Krishnaji should sit on the asana and make up for him. Put bangles in their hands, vyjayanthi mala around their necks. Then put on a peacock-winged crown on their heads and place their beloved flute with them. Now they should apply sandalwood and akshat and worship with incense lamps.

Then offer other bhog materials along with Makhan Mishri. Keep in mind, that there must be a tulsi leaf in bhog. Make god sit on the jhula and swing the jhula and sing nand ke anand bhayo jai kanhaiya lal ki. You should also worship God overnight.


shri Krishna Janmashtami Wishes

Krishna Janmashtami bhajan in Hindi

हाथी घोड़ा पालकी,जय कन्हैया लाल की।

आनंद उमंग भयो जय कन्हैया लाल की,

नंद के आनंद भयो जय यशोदा लाल की,

आनंद उमंग भयो जय कन्हैया लाल की,

नंद के आनंद भयो जय यशोदा लाल की,

हे ब्रज में आनंद भयो जय यशोदा लाल की,

ए आनंद उमंग भयो जय कन्हैया लाल की,

जय हो नंदलाल की जय यशोदा लाल की,

जय हो नंदलाल की जय यशोदा लाल की,

हाथी घोडा पालकी जय कन्हैया लाल की।।



कोटि ब्रहमाण्ड के अधिपति लाल की,

हाथी घोडा पालकी जय कन्हैया लाल की,

कोटि ब्रहमाण्ड के अधिपति लाल की,

हाथी घोडा पालकी जय कन्हैया लाल की,

ए गौवे चराने आयो जय यशोदा लाल की,

गोकुल मे आनंद भयो जय कन्हैया लाल की,

गैया चराने आयो जय यशोदा लाल की।।



पूनम की चन्द्र जैसी शोभा है गोपाल की,

हाथी घोडा पालकी जय कन्हैया लाल की,

पूनम की चन्द्र जैसी शोभा है गोपाल की,

हाथी घोडा पालकी जय कन्हैया लाल की,

हे आनंद उमंग भयो जय कन्हैया लाल की,

गोकुल मे आनंद भयो जय कन्हैया लाल की।।

भक्त के आनंद कंद जय यशोदा लाल की,

हाथी घोडा पालकी जय कन्हैया लाल की,

भक्त के आनंद कंद जय यशोदा लाल की,

हाथी घोडा पालकी जय कन्हैया लाल की,

गोकुल मे आनंद भयो जय यशोदा लाल की।।



आनंद से बोलो सब जय हो ब्रज लाल की,

हाथी घोडा पालकी जय कन्हैया लाल की,

आनंद से बोलो जय हो ब्रज लाल की,

हाथी घोडा पालकी जय कन्हैया लाल की,

जय हो ब्रज लाल की जय हो प्रतीपाल की,

गोकुल मे आनंद भयो जय कन्हैया लाल की।।



आनंद उमंग भयो जय कन्हैया लाल की,

नंद के आनंद भयो जय यशोदा लाल की,

आनंद उमंग भयो जय कन्हैया लाल की,

नंद के आनंद भयो जय यशोदा लाल की,

हे ब्रज में आनंद भयो जय यशोदा लाल की,

ए आनंद उमंग भयो जय कन्हैया लाल की,

जय हो नंदलाल की जय यशोदा लाल की,

जय हो नंदलाल की जय यशोदा लाल की,

हाथी घोड़ा पालकी, जय कन्हैया लाल की।।

Krishna Janmashtami mantra in Hindi

कृं कृष्णाय नम:

ऊं देवकीनंदनाय विद्महे वासुदेवाय धीमहि तन्नो कृष्ण: प्रचोदयात

ऊं श्रीं नम: श्रीकृष्णाय परिपूर्णतमाय स्वाहा:

क्लीं कृष्णाय नम:

ऊं नमो भगवते वासुदेवाय

Krishna Janmashtami Dates on Upcoming Years

2023

Date: Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Dahi Handi Date: September 7, 2023

2024

Date: Monday, August 26, 2024

Dahi Handi Date: August 27, 2024

2025

Date: Friday, August 15, 2025

Dahi Handi Date: August 16, 2025

Krishna Janmasthami aarti lyrics in Hindi

आरती कुंजबिहारी की,

श्री गिरिधर कृष्ण मुरारी की ॥

आरती कुंजबिहारी की,

श्री गिरिधर कृष्ण मुरारी की ॥

गले में बैजंती माला,

बजावै मुरली मधुर बाला ।

श्रवण में कुण्डल झलकाला,

नंद के आनंद नंदलाला ।

गगन सम अंग कांति काली,

राधिका चमक रही आली ।

लतन में ठाढ़े बनमाली

भ्रमर सी अलक,

कस्तूरी तिलक,

चंद्र सी झलक,

ललित छवि श्यामा प्यारी की,

श्री गिरिधर कृष्ण मुरारी की ॥

॥ आरती कुंजबिहारी की...॥

कनकमय मोर मुकुट बिलसै,

देवता दरसन को तरसैं ।

गगन सों सुमन रासि बरसै ।

बजे मुरचंग,

मधुर मिरदंग,

ग्वालिन संग,

अतुल रति गोप कुमारी की,

श्री गिरिधर कृष्णमुरारी की ॥

॥ आरती कुंजबिहारी की...॥

जहां ते प्रकट भई गंगा,

सकल मन हारिणि श्री गंगा ।

स्मरन ते होत मोह भंगा

बसी शिव सीस,

जटा के बीच,

हरै अघ कीच,

चरन छवि श्रीबनवारी की,

श्री गिरिधर कृष्णमुरारी की ॥

॥ आरती कुंजबिहारी की...॥

चमकती उज्ज्वल तट रेनू,

बज रही वृंदावन बेनू ।

चहुं दिसि गोपि ग्वाल धेनू

हंसत मृदु मंद,

चांदनी चंद,

कटत भव फंद,

टेर सुन दीन दुखारी की,

श्री गिरिधर कृष्णमुरारी की ॥

॥ आरती कुंजबिहारी की...॥

आरती कुंजबिहारी की,

श्री गिरिधर कृष्ण मुरारी की ॥

आरती कुंजबिहारी की,

श्री गिरिधर कृष्ण मुरारी की ॥

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