Janmashtami 2019 Date & Time – Significance, Celebrations, Muhurat and Janmashtami Kab Hai

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Janmashtami, the day of appearance of Lord Krishna on Earth, is one of the most popular Hindu festivals. This year, the Janmashtami will be celebrated on 24th August.

Janmashtami

Shri Krishna Janmashtami 2019: Puja Muhurat and Kab Hai

Nishita Puja Time  – 00:01 to 00:45
Parana Time  – 05:59 (24th August) after sunrise
Rohini Nakshatra End Time– before sunrise
Ashtami Tithi Begins – 08:08 (23rd August)
Ashtami Tithi Ends – 08:31 (24th August)

Shri Krishna Janmashtami 2019: Legend

Krishna is considered to be one of the most powerful human incarnations of the Lord Vishnu. Born in Mathura, the objective of his incarnation was to free the Earth from evil. He killed his mama Kans (paternal uncle) who had kept his parents in captivity since their marriage as there was a prophecy that their eighth son will kill him. Krishna played a very important part during Mahabharata where he becomes “Saarthi” of Arjuna, guiding him about the Dharma (religion). His teachings to Arjuna in the battlefield of Kurukshetra have been written in “Bhagavad Gita”.

Do read: Dashavatars of Vishnu – Rama and Krishna Avatars of Lord Vishnu 

Krishna Janmashtami 2019: Significance

Devotees of Lord Krishna observe fast on the Janmashtami, which is generally opened the next day. They take only “phallahaar” – eating only fruits for food.

Preparations for Janmashtami start a few days before the Janmashtami. Krishna temples are decorated with hangings, flowers, decorative items, and balloons. On Janmashtami, Krishna Abhishekam is done with milk, curd, ghee, honey, and water.

Must read: 10 Unknown Facts about Lord Krishna

Lord Krishna is offered a new colorful dress, pearls, and jewelry. A jhula (swing) is prepared in temples, which is beautifully decorated with flowers, hangings, and various other items. An idol of Baby Krishna lovingly called “Laddu Gopal” is kept in it and devotees swing it lightly to show their love to the newborn Krishna. Devotees also dress up their little children as Krishna.

Janmashtami Chhappan Bhog

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Special meal of “Chappan Bhog”, containing 56 items of food, is offered to Lord Krishna on this day. The meal includes fruit chaat, dry fruits, chapati or Poori, rice preparations, Laddoo, vegetables, pickles or chutney, Makhan mishri, kheer, malpua, mohanbhog, curd or raita, khichadi, etc. After offering the food to Lord Krisha, it’s distributed among devotees as Prasad.

Janmashtami 2019: Sri Krishna Temples to visit

  • ISKCON temples
  • Banke Bihari Temple, Vrindavan
  • Dwarkadish Temple, Dwaraka
  • Krishna Balaram Mandir, Vrindavan
  • Sri Krishna Temple, Udupi
  • Guruvayur Temple, Kerala
  • Govind Dev Ji Temple, Jaipur
  • Rajagopalaswamy Temple, Tamil Nadu
  • Jagannath Temple, Puri, Odisha
  • Prem Mandir Vrindavan
  • Shri Nathji Temple, Nathdwara, Rajasthan

May Lord Krishna bless us all. Happy Janmashtami!

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