Krishna Janmashtami 2015 Date, When is Janmashtami 2015? Happy Janmashtami 2015 Day, Date, Calendar, When is Sri Krishna Janmashtami 2015, Happy Janmashtami 2015, Date of Janmashtami 2015 ..
India comprises of different religions and cultures but Hinduism is the religion full of joy and happiness. It has a broad range of festivals like holi, diwali etc but Janmashtami is an annual commemoration of the birth of the Coolest Hindu God lord Krishna, the eighth avatar of lord Vishnu. Krishna was the 8th son of Devaki and Vasudeva. Based on scriptural details and astrological calculations the date of Krishna’s birth, known as Janmashtami (Krishna Janmashtami, Krishnashtami, Saatam Aatham, Gokulashtami, Ashtami Rohini or Srikrishna Jayanti)
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Janmashtami 2015 Date ?
The festival of the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated on the eighth day (Ashtami) of the Krishna Paksha (dark fortnight) of the month of Bhadrapada (August–September; However, in both traditions it is the same day. So, we have works like Vishnudharmottara Purana saying Krishna Ashtami is in the Bhadrapada month and Skanda Purana stating that it falls in the month of Shravana) in the Hindu calendar.
According to the Hindu calender the Krishna Janmashtami 2015 will be celebrated only on Saturday, September 05, 2015.
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Janmashtami 2015 Celebration | How to Celebrate Janmashtami
Janmashtami is a two-day celebration in many parts of India including Delhi, Maharashtra, Manipur, Nepal, Bangladesh, also in Northern, Eastern and South India, Outside South Asia and Pakistan. Hindus celebrate Janmashtami by fasting and staying up until midnight, the time when Krishna is believed to have been born. Images of Krishna’s infancy are placed in swings and cradles in temples and homes. To mark the birth of the deity, the idol of the infant Krishna is bathed and is cradled in the midnight time. Conch shell is blown and the devotees celebrate the birth of the Lord Krishna by singing devotional songs and by dancing with great joy. Thereafter, mouthwatering sweets and dishes are served to the devotees.
A popular ceremony known as ‘Dahi Handi’ takes place wherein the pot containing curd or butter or milk is broken by the youth with lot of excitement. Various kinds of sweets are also prepared to offer Lord Krishna on Janmashtami.
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