One of the most celebrated and popular festival that has been celebrated with zeal and fervour all over the country is the Shri Krishna Janmashtami. This festival is also popularly known as Janmashtami festival, Krishna Janmashtami, Ashtami Rohini, Shree Jayanti, Gokulashtami, Krishnashtami, and Saatam Aatham.
Why is Krishna Janma (Birth) known as Janmashtami?
The word ‘Jamna’ means birth and ‘Ashta’ in Sanskrit means eight and the number 8 has a lot of significance, as Lord Krishna was the 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu, He was the 8th child born to Devaki Mata and He was born on the on the 8th day of the Krishna Paksha in the Holy month of Shravana. Book Now Shri Krishna Janmashtami Maha Puja
When is Janmashtami in 2021?
This year the Krishna Janmashtami and ISKCON Janmashtami falls on the Monday, August 30, 2021. The year 2021 marks the 5248th birth anniversary of Lord Krishna.
ASHTAMI TITHI TIMIMINGS
Ashtami Tithi Begins on the 11:25 PM on Aug 29, 2021
Ashtami Tithi Ends on 01:59 AM on Aug 31, 2021
Nishita Puja Time - 12:16 AM to 01:02 AM, Aug 31
Krishna Janmashtami Puja Muhurat:
|Particular ||Date & Day ||Time starts ||Time ends |
|Tithi ||Aug 29, 2021 ||11:25 PM || |
|Nishita Puja Timing ||Aug 31 ||12:16 AM ||01:02 AM |
|Tithi ||Aug 31, 2021 || ||01:59 AM |
Note: Parana Time (time to break your fast) is after 09:44 AM, Aug 31
ISKCON Krishna Janmashtami Puja Muhurat
|Particular ||Date & Day ||Time starts ||Time ends |
|Tithi ||Aug 29, 2021 ||11:25 PM || |
|Nishita Puja Timing ||Aug 31 ||12:16 AM ||01:02 AM |
|Tithi ||Aug 31, 2021 || ||01:59 AM |
Note: Parana Time (time to break your fast) is after 09:44 AM, Aug 31
Rudra Centre Puja Services performed KRISHNA JANMASHTAMI MAHA PUJA WAS PERFORMED ON 11TH AUG, 2020
Rudra Centre Puja Services conducted Krishna Janmashtami Maha Puja which started with Sankalpa and Aarti. Prayers were offered to Goddess Laxmi & Lord Ganesha & Vishnu for Abundance, Protection & Good Health. This was followed by Abhishek of Laxmi, Ganesh & Bal Gopal. Recitation of Krishna Gayatri Mantra & Japa of Krishna Sahasranamam & Srimad Bhagwad Gita Paath elevated the entire Maha Puja. Placing and worshipping of Bal Gopal in Paalna (swing) filled the devotees with spiritual bliss and joy.
Why do we celebrate Janmashtami?
Lord Krishna is one of the prime deities in Hinduism. We celebrate Janmashtami festival to celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna. He is the known for his compassion, love, righteousness and quick wit. Lord Krishna is depicted as the main character in the Holy ancient scriptures like the Puranas, Bhagavad Gita, Mahabharata and the Bhagavata Purana. In North, Lord Krishna is worshipped in almost every household. Lord Krishna’s devotees are across India celebrate Janmashtami with joy and devotion; especially the Gaudiya Vaishnavas celebrate this day with enthusiasm and cheer as Lord Krishna is their prime God of worship. Post-midnight, the idol of baby Lord Krishna is bathed, adorned with new clothes and put on a cradle. Devotees sing devotional songs of Lord Krishna, especially about the new born beautiful Lord Krishna, offerings of sweets, flowers, flower garlands are made and with joy the Lord is welcomed. Many devotees paint tiny footprints outside the main entrance, leading to their house which signifies the welcome for Lord Krishna to step into the houses of His devotees. Devotees break their fast by sharing the sweets and fruit which were offered to Lord Krishna as His prasada. The Vaishnava community all over India celebrates Krishna Janmashtami with complete dedication.
According to the ancient Holy Scriptures, Krishna Janmashtami story is worth knowing or the birth of Lord Krishna is an adventurous and surprising event. In ancient times there was a malicious King named Kansa. He had forcefully taken over the throne from his father who was a kind king of Mathura named Ugrasen.
King Kansa along with few other demon Kings tormented Mother Earth. Tired of the torture, Mother Earth once took the form of a cow and visited Lord Brahma. She narrated Her plight to Lord Brahma and asked Him to help Her. Lord Brahma in return turned towards Lord Vishnu for help. After listening to the plight of Mother Earth, Lord Vishnu assured Her that He would put an end to Kansa’s rule by taking birth as Lord Krishna
Meanwhile, on the other hand in order to increase his kingdom and gain more power, King Kansa wedded his sister Devaki with Vasudeva who was the ruler of Yadu. With a wicked intention of taking over King Vasudeva’s clan, King Kansa made grand arrangements to gift his sister with extravagant endowments in order to impress and gain trust of ruler Vasudeva. But almighty had some great plans aligned. After the marriage was done, a fortune teller told King Kansa that he would be killed by one of Devaki’s offspring’s.
Terrified with this news, King Kansa raised His sword to slay His sister but King Vasudev pleaded to Kansa and asked him not to Kill Devaki. King Vasudev promised Kansa that he would hand each of his and Devaki’s child to Kansa as soon as it was born. Kansa did not kill Devaki but instead, imprisoned her and her husband Vasudeva. As promised by Vasudeva, the couple would offer their off-spring to King Kansa as soon as it was born and Kansa would kill the offspring with absolute cruelty.
When Devaki delivered her eighth child, King Vasudeva woke up to the bright light and a heavenly voice of Lord Vishnu which told him that his eighth child was an incarnation of Lord Vishnu Himself and this child would put an end to the reign of Kansa. Lord Vishnu’s voice guided Vasudeva to take the newly born Lord Krishna across the River Yamuna and to safely place Him in the house of the Gopa tribe leader Nandraja who lived there with his wife Yashodha. Many hurdles came as Vasudeva was carrying Lord Krishna over his head in a cane basket while crossing the river. Finally, as instructed Vasudeva successfully placed Lord Krishna in the house of Nandraja and in return took Nanda's daughters.
As soon as Kansa heard that Devaki had given birth to a child, Kansa rushed to the prison and found out that it was a baby girl. Devaki pleaded not to kill the child as according to the prophecy, her son would kill Kansa. Ignoring her plight Kansa leaned forward to lift the child as soon as he approached the baby it turned into Goddess Durga and warned Kansa that his end has already come and the blessed one is already born. Goddess Durga said that Kansa would be punished for all his wrong doings. Soon after saying this Goddess Durga disappeared.
This is how Kanha, Lord Krishna grew up in Gokul in Gopa tribe with foster parents Nandraja and Yashodha away from the chaos of Mathura. After His pastimes in Gokula, Lord Krishna along with His brother Balrama eventually killed the arrogant Kansa.
Celebrations across the country:
In Maharashtra Janmashtami is also known as Gokulashtami and celebrated as Dahi Handi. The Dahi Handi is a replica of Lord Krishna's childhood mischief of stealing His favourite, Butter from the pots of Gopis. Various groups of people travel to different localities of their cities/towns to form human pyramids and attempt to break the earthen pot which is filled with curd, milk, butter, fruit and water and hung at a challenging height. The enthusiasm and mood is vibrant. Devotees also worship the Lord Krishna and sing His praise.
Gujarat and Rajasthan:
Lord Krishna is believed to have had set up His kingdom in Dwarka in the state of Gujarat. At Dwarka, on Janmashtami, Makhan Handi, which is like the Dahi Handi tradition is celebrated. Devotees visit the Nathdwara or Dwarkadhish temple, folk dances, bhajans of Lord Krishna are sung at temples. In Gujrarat and Rajasthan, Dayaram's light hearted poetries are popularly recited and sung. Farmers of Kutch in Gujarat, decorate their bullock carts, sing and dance in happiness and organize Lord Krishna processions.
In the North of India the celebrations of Krishna Janmashtami are at its highest in the Braj region like in Mathura, where Sri Krishna was born and in Vrindavan, where the Lord grew up, as per Hindus. Temples of Krishna are decorated with lights and devotees throng the temples to immerse themselves in Lord Krishna's devotion or bhakti and till the midnight hour, when Lord Krishna is said to have been born, devotees wait in the temples to welcome the Lord with the chanting of Lord Krishna's name and bhajans. The tradition of 'Raslila' performances by groups in the Northern states of India is popular on Krishna Janmashtami and devotees throng to see them. Songs of Sri Krishna's childhood pranks and Radha-Krishna's love story accompanied by musical support are an integral part of the Raslila dance and drama performances, which are enjoyed by the enthralled audience who clap to the beats of the songs, in participation. The meaning of Raslila is 'lila'- play of delight and ras- essence.
Eastern and Northeastern India:
The Vaishnava communities in the eastern and Northeastern states of India celebrate Lord Krishna in the most dedicated manner on Krishna Janmashtami. The dance forms of Sattriya, Borgeet, Bhakti yoga and Ankia Naat are developments of the Vaishanava culture which are enthusiastically performed on Janmashtami. These dance dramas are mostly about the Krishna-Radha Raslila(also Rasleela).In the state of Manipur, the Raslila is also called Manipuri Ras and is performed passionately on this auspicious day. Likol Sannaba is a game played by the children among the Meetei Vaishnava community in Manipur.
Almost in every place devotees keep fast, night vigil, gather in temples, pray to Lord Krishna. Recitation of the Bhagavata Gita and the Bhagavata Purana are an important inclusion. Dressing up small children in costumes of Lord Krishna and Radha are common.Celebrations in Assam also include praying and worshipping Lord Krishna at Namghars(community centers) on Janmashtami and the tradition of singing the Nam and sharing the prasada of the Lord is also followed.
Odisha and West Bengal:
Krishna Janmashtami in Odisa is also known as Sri Krishna Jayanti or Sri Jayanti. The celebrations in Puri, famous for its Jagannath Temple and Nabadwip(West Bengal) are an occasion to be experienced. Reciting the tenth chapter of the Bhagavata Purana, which describes the life of Lord Krishna, fasting, staying awake the past midnight are traditions which are followed. The day after Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated as 'Nanda Utsav' which is in honour of the foster parents of Lord Krishna, Nanda and Yashoda and is celebrated with fervor and joy by devotees who cook various sweets to offer to the Lord.
In South of India Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated by the name of Gokulashtami or Sri Krishna Jayanti.
In Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh the celebrations comprise of chanting and reciting of Shlokas, the Bhagavat Geeta, chanting of Krishna's name, fasting, special sweets and savories, mostly made at home are offered to Lord Krishna, keeping awake till midnight etc. Among the food offered Sweet Seedai, Verkadalai Urundai and Seedai are must in Tamil Nadu. Houses have kolam (rice flour batter designs) painted on the floor, little footprints starting from outside the main entrance of house to the kitchen are also popularly drawn on this day. Children are dressed as Krishna and they go around the neighborhood visiting houses. The festival is celebrated in the evening, leading upto midnight when songs of Krishna are sung and puja performed post which the fast is broken.
Fiji has Hindus too whose ancestors hailed from the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Bihar. Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated in the name of Krishna Ashtami and the uniqueness is that it is an eight day celebration, culminating on the day of Kirshna Janmashtami. During the eight days, groups of people gather in temples or at homes in the evening and recite the Bhagavat Purana and sing songs dedicated to Lord Krishna. Krishna Janmashtami is a holiday in Fiji.
In the neighbouring country of Nepal, the population comprise of almost 80% Hindus. They celebrate Krishna Janmashtami by fasting, singing Krishna Bhajans, reciting the Bhagavat Geeta, Krishna temples, shops are decorated with artistic decorations and images. Hindus of Pakistan celebrate in the Sri Swaminarayan temple at Karachi where Lord Krishna's sermons are read and people participate in singing Krishna bhajans.
Other than this, the previously part of the British colony countries like Trinidad, Guyana, Jamaica and Tobago of the Carribean islands, have a reasonable Hindu population who celebrate Krishna Janmashtami. The Dutch colony of Suriname which has Hindus also celebrate Janmashtami. Most of these countries have ancestors who had settled down in these countries from Bihar, West Bengal, Orissa, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh. Worldwide, ISKCON temples celebrate Krishna Janmashtami with festivities, puja, aarti, bhajan, kirtan, distribution of prasadam among devotees, in an elaborate scale.
How to celebrate Krishna Janmashtami; Krishna Janmashtami Puja Vidhi
- If possible, try to observe fast without water or any eatables the whole day. If it is difficult for you to observe day long fast, you can have fruits and milk as they are considered to contain satvik elements.
- You may visit a Vishnu/Krishna temple at midnight for birth ceremony of the Lord. If a temple is not around, you may offer prayers at home in the morning. The idols of Lord Vishnu should be worshipped with sandalwood, flowers, fruits, Tulsi and dhoop. If this is not possible, you can use Vishnu Yantras. A Vishnu yantra can be installed at your place in proper direction for better results. (Read here about placement of the yantra)
- You can offer flowers and chant Vishnu Sahasranamam (Thousands name of Lord Vishnu). Chanting thousand names of Vishnu or Vishnu Strotram has a purifying effect on the mind and the body. You can also play it in the morning while you engage in daily works. More details here.
- You can be in a quiet room and meditate on Lord Vishnu with His mantra:"Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya". This powerful mantra was given by Sage Narada to Dhruva Maharaja as described in the Bhagavat Purana (4.8.54).
- You can also chant the Hare Krishna Maha-Mantra on the Tulasi bead.
- You can also perform a Krishna Puja under qualified Brahmins. Kalash Sthapana, Panchang Sthapana(Gauri Ganesh, Punyavachan, Shodash Matrika, Navgraha, Sarvotabhadra), 64 yogini Pujan, Shetrapal Pujan, Swasti Vachan, Sankalpa, Ganesh Pujan and Abhishek, Navgraha Pujan and 108 chants of each planetary mantra, Invocation of major Gods and Goddesses in Kalash, Japa of Krishna Gayatri Mantra 5100 times, Japa of Krishna Sahasranamam 51 times, Srimad Bhagwad Gita Paath, Placing and worship of Bal Gopal in Paalna (swing) followed by Puja, Aarti and Havan to complete the rituals.
- You can wear a Ten Mukhi and a Nineteen Mukhi Rudrasksha beads for they are ruled by Lord Krishna and Narayana, respectively. Wearing these Rudraksha beads on this day purifies your inner self and strengthens your will power. They work like a shield on one's body and the wearer gets immense protection from negative energies, evil eye and psychic attacks.
- Donate clothes, food grains, umbrellas, hand-fans, pitchers filled with water and any other items to Brahmins.
Celebrating Janmashtami at home:
Krishna Janmashtami celebrations can be performed beautifully at your home too. Krishna Janmashtami is performed during the midnight as Lord Krishna was born on the night which was windy, dark and stormy.
One just needs to look at the janmashtami tithi and ensure that the Krishna Janmashtami puja is performed as per the correct time. In order to perform the Krishna Janmashtami puja at home you require Janmashtami puja samagri. The Janmashtami pooja items include Krishna idol, a cradle (not mandatory), incense sticks, ghee, fresh white and blue flowers, fruits, lamp, fresh hung curd, fresh flower garland, colourful embroidered clothes, panchamrut, and Prasad.
Krishna Janmashtami puja vidhi You can observe fast on Janmashtami. If possible, try to observe fast without water or any eatables the whole day. If it is difficult for you to observe day long fast, you can have fruits and milk as they are considered to contain satvik elements. Now let us look at the Krishna Janmashtami puja vidhi. Clean, the place where the Krishna Janmashtami puja is going to be performed, decorate the place with flowers, dhoop, incense sticks and other decorative items. Place the idol of Lord Krishna, lit a ghee lamp, place a cradle (not mandatory), install a Vishnu Yantra besides the Krishna idol. Place a bunch of Tulsi leaves besides the idol of Lord Krishna. At the stroke of midnight at the given tithi, give holy bath to the idol of Lord Krishna idol with some Punchamrita. Decorate the idol with colourful embroidered clothes , a peacock feather, flute and now offer flowers Light a ghee diya and incense sticks and chant “Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare, Hare Ram Hare Ram Ram Ram Hare Hare” mantra on a Tulsi bead. Apply some Tilak prepared from sandalwood. Distribute Prasad amongst family and friends. The Prasad that we offer during Janmashtami generally include dahi-poha and gangajal, a few people also offer kheer, sweets, fruits and besan ladoo as Prasad. You can also chant Vishnu Strotram and meditate with the mantra “Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya” You can also perform a Krishna Puja under qualified Brahmins. Kalash Sthapana, Panchang Sthapana(Gauri Ganesh, Punyavachan, Shodash Matrika, Navgraha, Sarvotabhadra), 64 yogini Pujan, Shetrapal Pujan, Swasti Vachan, Sankalpa, Ganesh Pujan and Abhishek, Navgraha Pujan and 108 chants of each planetary mantra, Invocation of major Gods and Goddesses in Kalash, Japa of Krishna Gayatri Mantra 5100 times, Japa of Krishna Sahasranamam 51 times, Srimad Bhagwad Gita Paath, Placing and worship of Bal Gopal in Paalna (swing) followed by Puja, Aarti and Havan to complete the rituals. You can wear a Ten Mukhi and a Nineteen Mukhi Rudrasksha beads for they are ruled by Lord Krishna and Narayana, respectively. Wearing these Rudraksha beads on this day purifies your inner self and strengthens your will power. They work like a shield on one's body and the wearer gets immense protection from negative energies, evil eye and psychic attacks. Donate clothes, food grains, umbrellas, hand-fans, pitchers filled with water and any other items to Brahmins.
Dahi Handi is a festival which is celebrated on the next day of Krishna Janmashtami. This year the Dahi Handi falls on the Tuesday, August 31, 2021. Maharashtra, in India, celebrates the occasion of Krishna Janmashtami as 'Dahi Handi'. The meaning of the word 'Dahi' is curd and 'Handi' means pot. In Dahi Handi, an earthen pot is filled with curd, milk, fruit, butter and water and hung at a height in all areas of the cities/towns/villages of Maharashtra. A human pyramid, mostly comprising of young boys, makes an attempt to break the pot. This event is a replication of what Lord Krishna used to do in His childhood and youth when He along with His group of friends used to steal freshly made butter churned by the Gopis from the pots. The Dahi Handi pot sometimes has prize money for the group who manages to break the pot as an incentive. The people who come in groups to form pyramids and claim the Dahi Handi are called 'Govinda'(one of Lord Krishna's names) or Govinda Pathak. The groups or 'mandalis' as they are called, start practice of forming the pyramid weeks prior to the day of Dahi Handi, strategizing on who should be on which layer of the pyramid etc.
The human pyramid is formed with the maximum number of people in the base layer, which generally has the sturdy ones from the group. The middle layers have people below them on whose shoulders they are perched and people standing on their shoulders to form the layer above. The pyramid is structured to reach the height at which the pot is hung and generally a small boy climbs up the human pyramid to the top and attempts to break the pot. As the pot is broken the liquid mixture spills on the Govindas. The dismantling of the pyramid is also done carefully layer by layer. It is a tradition to distract the Govindas in the pyramid formation by throwing water at them, to pose a challenge in the attempt which is done by the crowd from the local area.
On Dahi Handi day the mandalis go from one area to another intending to break the maximum number of pots. When they reach a certain locality, the people shout out " Ala re ala, Govinda ala", which is a done with the mood of fun. This fun event of Dahi Handi requires focus, coordination, physical and mental strength. Often the mandalis have a part of their group playing music and dancing.The same Dahi Handi is celebrated in the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh as 'Utlotsavam'. The term Utlotsavam means, in Telugu, 'Utti' which is a fibrous mesh to hang pots and 'Utsavam' meaning festival. The day after Krishna Janmashtami , the event of Utlotsavam is celebrated with fanfare at the renowned and popular Tirupati Venkateswara Temple where the deities of Sri Krishna Swamy and Sri Malayappa Swamy are first taken out in a procession, which goes all around the divine temple and later placed in front of the temple where Utlotsavam takes place, with the divine deities witnessing it. The event has two groups of youth from the local area participating in it. The Utti is hung on a long wooden pole which is 25 ft long and has oil and sticky substances smeared all over it. The two groups endeavour to grab the pot which has prize money in it.
What the legends say:
Hailing from the Yadava's clan of Mathura, Lord Krishna was the eighth son of Vasudeva and his wife Devaki. Devaki's evil-minded brother Kansa toppled his own father King Ugrasena and assumed the stately administration. Later, a celestial prophecy predicted that the eighth child of his sister Devaki will take his life. Scared to death, Kansa had his sister and her husband Vasudev behind the bars and awaited the birth of eighth child who would be known as Krishna.
Kansa killed the six children before his attempt to kill the seventh that was an apparent miscarriage, a clandestine shifting of the infant to Rohini as Lord Balarama. When Krishna was born, Lord Vishnu appeared in front of Vasudev and told him to carry baby Krishna to Gokul where He would be fostered by Yashoda and her husband Nanda. Vasudev did what was told to him and kept the baby secretly at Nanda's residence after crossing River Yamuna which was turbulent at nights. He returned carrying Nanda's daughter. Kansa tried to kill the baby girl thinking that it was the eight son who would kill him. But the girl morphed into Goddess Yogmaya, the divine servant of Lord Vishnu, and foretold the death of Kansa.
After His pastimes in Gokula, Lord Krishna along with His brother Balrama eventually killed the arrogant Kansa. The festival is marked with enthusiasm, love and divine spirit across the country. The devotees observe fast and stay up till midnight, when the Lord is said to be born. Beautiful pictures of Lord Krishna are installed on the walls of homes, in swings and cradles in Krishna's temples. The worshippers congregate in homes and temples in order to recite devotional melodies, perform dance and read the verses from the Holy Bhagvad Gita.
Dramas on the pastimes of Lord Krishna are the cream of the celebration in Vrindavan, Mathura, Manipur and other parts of the country. One of the most attractive festive activities is Dahi Handi where a group of young people imitate the Lord's pastime by creating a human tower to break a pot of butter suspending atop. This was performed by the Lord when His mother kept the butter pots out of His reach. The Lord along with his cowherd friends towered up to bring the pots down.
|STATE/PART OF COUNTRY ||MAJOR TOWNS/PLACES ||CELEBRATIONS |
|Uttar Pradesh ||Gokul, Vrindavan and Mathura ||Festive celebrations |
|Gujarat ||Dwarka ||Dwarkadhish Temple visited |
|Maharashtra ||Mumbia, Pune ||Performing Dahi Handi |
|Eastern India ||Odisha, Puri, Nabadwip ||Fasting and reading Shrimad Bhagvatam's 10th Canto |
|Jammu ||Entire region ||Kite flying |
|Assam ||Entire region ||Rituals and sharing prasadam |
|Manipur ||Imphal ||Celebration by ISKCON |
|South India ||Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and other ||Floor decorations, devotional songs, recitations of Holy Bhagvad Gita, rituals and sweets preparations. |
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