Krishna Janmashtami 2020

Krishna Janmashtami 2020

Krishna Janmashtami 2020 Krishna Janmashtami is a celebration celebrated by the general population of Hindu religion consistently. It is praised as a birth commemoration of Lord Krishna. Ruler Krishna is a Hindu God who was conceived as a human on the earth to spare the life and also evacuate the sufferings of his fans.

Krishna Janmashtami 2020

Krishna Janmashtami 2020

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Krishna Janmashtami is a festival celebrated by the people of Hindu religion every year. It is celebrated as a birth anniversary of Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna is a Hindu God who was born as a human on the earth to save the life as well as remove the sufferings of his devotees.

Fasting Rules on Krishna Janmashtami

No grains should be consumed during Janmashtami fasting until the fast is broken on next day after Sunrise. All rules followed during Ekadashi fasting should be followed during Janmashtami fasting also.

Parana which means breaking the fast should be done at an appropriate time. For Krishna Janmashtami fasting, Parana is done on next day after Sunrise when Ashtami Tithi and Rohini Nakshatra are over. If Ashtami Tithi and Rohini Nakshatra don’t get over before Sunset then fast can be broken during the daytime when either Ashtami Tithi or Rohini Nakshatra is over. When neither Ashtami Tithi nor Rohini Nakshatra is over before Sunset or even Hindu Midnight (also known as Nishita Time) one should wait to get them over before breaking the fast.

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Reason for Birth of Lord Krishna:
According to the Puranas, Krishna was the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He took birth to kill the evil king Kansa who was tormenting the people. Thus, Krishna freed the people of Mathura and other nearby towns. They were saved from Kansa’s evil clutches. Kansa was Krishna’s maternal uncle. Krishna was the eighth child of Devki, his mother, and Vasudev, his father


Updated: June 12, 2019 — 5:59 pm

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