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KRISHNA JANMASHTAMI- कृष्ण जन्माष्टमी

festival - India07 - November 12, 2020

Krishna Krishna


KRISHNA JANMASHTAMI: India is a country where all festivals are celebrated with pomp, out of which JANMASHTAMI is also a main festival which is mainly considered by the people of Hinduism India is considered a country of lawfulness . The Hindu celebrate JANMASHTAMI for the birth of Shri Krishna . The festival usually occurs in August . Moreover, the Hindus celebrate this festival in the Ashtami of KRISHNA  PAKSHA . Moreover, lord Krishna is the most powerful incarnation of lord Vishnu . It is a joyful festival for the Hindus . Further more the Hindus perform different rituals to please lord Krishna . this is one of the most joyous celebration for the Hindus . When I was a child I used to watch many shows on Sri Krishna. As a result, I know many things about him. First of all, Sri Krishna was very fond of eating Makhan. Because of that he always used to steal it from his mothers’ kitchen. Therefore his name was ‘NatkahatNandLal’. Sri Krishna was dark-colored. So he was always worried about his color. Moreover, Sri Krishna had a friend named Radha. Radha was of great importance to Krishna. So he always spent time with her. Radha was very beautiful and fair so Lord Krishna always feels color complex.

Different forms of JANMASHTAMI :

JANMASHTAMI is popularly known as DAHI HANDI in Mumbai and Pune or is celebrated with great enthusiasm. GROUPS of youths are called JEEVAN GOVINDA Pathak. They travel in trucks and then this GOVINDA together do a competition to break the DAHI HANDI and finally DAHI  Handy busts located in DWARKA city of Gujarat .

DWARKADHISH temple in DWARKA city of Gujarat also has its views, people celebrate NAVDIP, in eastern state Orissa around PURI and around West Bengal with fasting and worship at midnight.

How to celebrate JANMASHTAMI ?

JANMASHTAMI festival celebrates in 2 days in Hindu temples, homes and community centers. Devotees keep a full day fast before the festival starting from 24:00 on this occasion, how much milk butter is kept by keeping the idol of GHEE, Honey is bathed with PANCHAMRIT made of Ganga water and TULSI leaves.

Then this PANCHAMRIT is distributed as Prasad to the devotees, BHAJAN- KIRTAN, AARTI, puja is performed in temple of LORD KRISHNA .

Krishna JANMASHTAMI celebration to awaken consciousness :

All the pastimes of Shri Krishna guide us and teach us to reconcile with the difficulties of life, that we should come to democratically oppose the Chari system .


Shri Krishna himself says in the Bhagavad Gita, I am Avyakt , I am unborn, therefore JANMASHTAMI is a celebration of how to celebrate Shri Krishna’s birth anniversary within oneself, to awaken Krishna consciousness .

The eighth incarnation of Shri Lord Vishnu was in the form of Shri Krishna . Shri Krishna had come to convey to the world the meaning and importance of love and to follow the path of religion. Therefore, where is the supreme man considering Krishna Ji as a complete incarnation in SANATAN culture, where is Krishna always committed to karma . That is why others also give the message of being free from the worries of karma, always give the message of walking on the path of righteousness.



About 5000 years ago, Shri Krishna was born in the ROHINI NAKSHATRA in the Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada.

KING UGRASEN was an old judicial ruler when he came to know that he was torturing the subjects at least and persecuting them, then King UGRASENA protested and proceeded to remove Kansa from the throne when Kansa left his father.  King UGRASEN was imprisoned and sat on the throne himself. KANS was a cruel ruler who used to persecute his subjects and collected double and tortured them in various ways. Kansa was the lord of Demonic powers and he was also the master of a superpower that had the ability to summon all demonic powers.

 Kansa had a younger sister named Devaki. He loved his sister Devaki so much that he did not miss his life for him, Kansa always respected Devaki and provided him all the comforts.  He should not have any trouble and whatever was causing him pain, he used to punish him with terrible punishment.

When Kamsa’s sister became eligible, Kansa thought that her sister Devaki should get married, so she thought of her dear friend VASUDEV . VASUDEV was a prince who always followed the truth and never gave up the truth, always lived a pious life and was ready to make any sacrifice for it.

Kansa married his beloved sister Devaki to VASUDEV and he was so dear that Kansa was going to leave his mother-in-law for the reason of his sister Devaki himself and only then AKASHVANI said that Devaki’s eighth son will become Kansa’s time.

Then Kansa took turns like Devaki and VASUDEV Karat Hai in their palace prison and locked them in prison forever and Devaki’s children were waiting to be born and killed them one by one, in the process, he brought seven of Devaki’s children to the grass of time.

Finally, the eighth child, who was Lord Krishna, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, killed Kansa and freed the people from atrocities and put an end to administration.

Some of the major pastimes of Shri Krishna :

Shri Krishna destroyed many demons like POOTNA, KALIA NAG, BAKASUR, AGHASURA etc.

In spite of being a god, he behaved very naughty in his childhood like breaking a matki and stealing the Makhan and playing with them .

After Kansa’s slaying Krishna became DWARKADHISH and even while holding the post of DWARKA, young became ARJUNA’S charioteer in the war of Mahabharata and then told Arjuna the importance of life’s duties and won the war.

Importance of Krishna JANMASHTAMI festival :

The significance of JANMASHTAMI festival is very wide because this festival has a great impact on our human life. It is believed that whenever there is loss of religion and there will be increase of unrighteousness, then Shri Krishna i.e. Lord Vishnu will incarnate and no matter how powerful the evil is, one day it must end. There is a need to show some courage and courage.  May this man make life successful and attain God .

Conclusion :

Shri Krishna is worshiped as a worshiper of Hindus and for this reason, and in different regions of India, if someone celebrates by breaking the curd handi, then someone performs Raslila.

Message :

We get the message from the festival of Shri Krishna Janmashtami that sin must be destroyed when  there is increasing misery in the world, sin, tyranny and corruption increase.  Should be engaged in Sattrama And in any circumstance should not support unrighteousness, no matter how many opportunities it presents to us, we should always walk with religion and success can be achieved only by following a difficult path .

Lesson :

Janmashtami is a festival of great joy and feeling of belonging. It is considered to be the worship of Lord Shri Krishna. Shri Krishna has given advice and sermons in the Gita or preaching always inspires us to fight against injustice and atrocities. We learn from this essay that we should always support the truth because truth is victory and evil has to face defeat.

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HANUMAN JAYANTI- हनुमान जयंती

festival - India07 - November 11, 2020

Hanuman-jee Hanuman-jee


Hanuman Jayanti also, known as Hanuman Janmotsava is celebrated on Chaitra Purnima according to the Hindu calendar in India and outside India. It is a Hindu festival celebrated every year to commemorate Lord Hanuman on his birth anniversary. Hanuman Jayanti varies in date in different parts of the nation. It is celebrated during the time of either Chaitra, Vaishakha, and Dhanu according to different states in India.

Hanuman Jayanti is believed to bring blessings and success in life and protect us contrary to sinful and immoral acts. It is an auspicious day according to Hinduism and so, Hindu people worship him to receive strength and shield themselves from negativity around them. Hindu people gathered in Hanuman temples on this day to offer him pray and perform religious puja. Hanuman devotees are offered with Prasad in return by the priests of the temple in the form of blessings, sweets and flowers, fruits, vermilion, Holy ash, and sacred water. Hindu people even celebrate this day by narrating different sacred spiritual songs and hymns such as the Hanuman Chalisa and reciting sacred text from the holy books of Ramayana and Mahabharata. As per Hindu Mythology, Lord Hanuman is appraised as the greatest powerful being in the entire kingdom of the universe.

Different ways to celebrate Hanuman Jayanti:

Hanuman devotees celebrate this day by visiting Hanuman temples and put vermilion Tika on their forehead from Lord Hanuman’s statue. According to Hindu mythology, when Lord Hanuman noticed Devi Sita using vermilion on her forehead, he asked her and found that she would do it for her husband, Lord Ram to achieve a prolonged age. Lord Hanuman then went ahead to do the same by applying vermilion on his whole body to ensure that Lord Ram attain long life.

In South India, Hanuman Jayanti is commemorated on New Moon day in the month of Dhanu. Popular Hanuman temples in India celebrate Hanuman Jayanti according to Hindu rituals and takes immense pride in it. In other parts of India like Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, this day is observed by Diksha of 41 days starting on Chaitra Purnima and ending on the 10th day amidst Vaishaka.

In Maharashtra, it is observed on the full moon day as per the Hindu calendar. A unique attribute of Hanuman Jayanti is that as per a few religious calendars, the birth anniversary of Lord Hanuman is observed on the 14th day of Ashvin. Hindu People on this day, religious talks start during sunrise as Lord Hanuman took birth amidst sunrise. At this time, foods in the form of Prasad is given to everybody. Some Hindu people even keep fast and perform religious puja, patha, and anusthan. 

How to celebrate Hanuman Jayanti?

During Hanuman Janmotsava, followers gather in Hanuman temples in the early morning of sunrise and offer prayers and perform religious puja according to Hindu rituals to Lord Hanuman for receiving blessings and protection against a negative environment. They apply vermillion to Lord Hanuman to seek blessings in the form of Tilak on their forehead and Prasad from Lord Hanuman.

The birthday of Lord Hanuman is observed on two different dates annually in India according to the different religious calendar, the first being on the full moon day of Chaitra and the other being celebrated on the Krishna Paksha of the Kartik month. Simultaneously, one day is observed as the birth anniversary and the other day as the Vijay Abhinandan ceremony.

Hanuman Jayanti commemoration to raise spiritual consciousness:

Hanuman Jayanti is observed to achieve conquest contrary to negativity and seek protection. On an auspicious day, followers of Lord Hanuman commemorate him to receive his blessings in the form of Prasad by the priests of the Lord Hanuman’s temple.

Hanuman Jayanti is a significant festival of the Hindus. Hanuman Janmotsav is one of the greatest festivals of the Hindu people in India and around the world. Lord Hanuman is a wholehearted follower of Lord Ram and is recognized for his love, respect, and determination of loyalty towards Lord Ram. Lord Hanuman is the metaphor of power and energy. He is worshipped by devotees to be bestowed with strength, vitality, and own dedication just like him. As per Hindu mythology, he is known to presume any shape at wish, hold any celestial arms, carry mountains, fly across the wind, hold the clouds, and similarly challenge Garuda in the speed of flight.

Hanuman jayanti

Why is Hanuman Jayanti commemorated?

Lord Hanuman took birth on the hills of Anjaneri. His mother Anjana was an angel of Indralok who took birth on earth due to a hex. She was forecast that she can get a release from this hex only on giving birth to Lord Hanuman. According to the tales of Ramayana, his father Kesari was the son of Jupiter, he was the emperor of Sumeru. Anjana observed great prayers for 12 years to Rudra to born Lord Hanuman. Happy with her prayers, Rudra bestowed her with a son. In other folktales, he is believed to be the manifestation of Rudra himself.

Hanuman is also known as the child of the Wind God. As per Hindu mythology, some even believe that Lord Vayu had an immense role to play in the birth of Lord Hanuman. Lord Hanuman is also a beloved devotee of Lord Ram and is known for his affection, respect, and determination to Lord Ram. Lord Hanuman is worshipped as an indication of power and energy and to receive immense blessings for the wellbeing, strength, and protection in contrary to negativity.

Some of the major throwbacks of Lord Hanuman:

Lord Hanuman is an iconic personality in the Hindu mythology of Ramayana. Also known as the “child of Lord Vayu”, typically “Pawan Putra”. Lord Hanuman is commemorated for his exceptional fearless triumph, power, devotion, and faithfulness. The tale of Ramayana states him as a real admirer of Lord Ram. Lord Hanuman was among the four monkeys who were helpful in providing useful details about Sita to Lord Ram. Together with his monkey squads, he was able to create a flyover across the seas, and pass over the bridge to attain victory by defeating the devils and release Devi Sita.

Importance of Hanuman Jayanti Festival:

According to the tales of Ramayana, his mother Anjana offered great prayers for 12 years to Rudra to give birth to Lord Hanuman. Happy with her immense prayers, Rudra offers her a son. According to other Hindu folktales, he is suspected to be the manifestation of Rudra himself.

Hanuman is believed to be the child of the Wind God. Some even suspect that Lord Vayu had a significant character to perform during the birth of Lord Hanuman. Lord Hanuman is the greatest devotee of Lord Ram and is known to own affection, respect, loyalty, and determination for Lord Ram. Lord Hanuman is worshipped as the sign of power and energy and to be granted with immense blessings for the good life, power, and protection against negativity.


Hanuman Jayanti is a significant festival of Hinduism in India and outside India like Nepal and the USA. Hanuman Janmotsav is one of the greatest festivals in India. Lord Hanuman is the most loyal and beloved devotee of Lord Rama. Lord Hanuman is an indication of power and energy. He is also known as the child of Wind God who can presume any structure at desire, flaunt the gada or any heavenly weapons, carry mountains, run across the wind, hold the clouds from the sky, and similarly challenge his Garuda in the speed of cloud.


We get to learn from Lord Hanuman that if we carry immense faith, love, and respect for our beloved ones, we can defeat any difficulty. Also, we shouldn’t own any arrogance for our strength and energy. We should be proud of ourselves and accept the features we are blessed with.


Lord Hanuman is the most beloved devotee of Lord Ram and is known to have love, respect, loyalty, and determination for Lord Ram. Lord Hanuman is worshipped as the symbol of power and energy and to be bestowed with immense blessings for the good life, power, and protection against negativity. By this, we seek the lesson of remaining grounded towards our deed even if, we are bestowed with huge power and strength.

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TOP 10 HINDU FESTIVALS IN INDIA- भारत के 10 प्रसिद्ध हिन्दू उत्सव

Temple - India07 - November 10, 2020



Hindu Festivals are remarkably celebrated all over the world according to Hindu Mythology. It depends on the Hindu calendar and corresponds with seasonal rotations. 

Numerous festivals are commemorated by certain sects or in specific parts of the Indian subcontinent.

Hindu Festivals are celebrated with some significance of religious beliefs from history and are deep-rooted in different ethnics and linguistic standards.

Hindu Festivals are full of meaningful messages and it is also the one that unites family, friends, and relatives on such occasions. It brings joy to life and everyone feels blessed.

Let us begin with the top 10 Hindu Festivals celebrated in India. They are: 

Ram Navami


It falls on the 9th day of the Chaitra month of the Hindu Calendar which is also known as the first month of the year. It is the occasion that marks the birth date of Lord Ram. Ram Navami is believed to be the day of Lord Ram who took the embodiment of a human being in Ayodhya as the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu. 

Lord Ram is suspected to own the divine qualities of Lord Vishnu. The name “Rama” indicates the one who is of Godly blissful and distributes happiness to others and the only in whom the sages delight.

In some parts of the country, the day is celebrated for nine days and sometimes, corresponds with Vasant Navaratri. It is also marked as the day of Lord Ram and Sita’s wedding day which is also known as Kalyanotsavam.

Hanuman Jayanti


It is observed as the birthday of Lord Hanuman who is also known as the true devotee of Lord Ram. He is remarkably known for his huge power and supremacy as well for his divine and eternal devotion to lord ram.

Lord Hanuman is regarded as the most powerful Hindu deity on earth. And on his auspicious occasion of Hanuman Jayanti, Hindus usually apply vermilion on their forehead from the feet of Lord Hanuman. It is believed to bring good health and prosperity in life.



This occasion is celebrated between the 2nd and 10th day of the waxing moon of Asadha based on the Hindu Calendar which typically falls either in June or July. It is regarded as the commemoration of Lord Jagannath. It is the most remarkable festival for Bengals and South Indians.

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Onam is also known as the festival of harvesting in Kerala. Being a Hindu Festival in India, it is celebrated in Kerala and around the world by the Kerala Gulf diaspora.

It is observed as the supremacy of Mahabali, a demon deity who was fond of his subjects. At that time of his rule, common people would rejoice and full of goodness and trustworthiness.

According to Hindu Mythology, Lord Vishnu took the form of Vamana and visited King Mahabali asking for three paces of land for sedentary in self-accusation. Skilled Vamana then conquered and sent Mahabir to hell.

Therefore, Onam is celebrated as the yearly returning of the Mahabali King.

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Krishna Janmashtami

Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated on Bhadrapad and every time on RohiniNakshatra, which is the eighth day of the waning moon based on the Hindu calendar. It is the occasion of Lord Krishna’s birthday. It is sometimes also referred to as Krishna Jayanthi. 

Krishna Janmashtami is commemorated with great delights and devotion in India. It is believed that Lord Krishna is the biggest and strongest avatar of Lord Vishnu on earth in human form.

Deepawali or Diwali

It falls on the new moon day of Ashvin in the Hindu Calendar. It is also known as the festival of lights in India. In the Hindu language, ‘Deepa’ is considered to be a ‘Diya’. The festival is commemorated on the day of Lord Krishna along with his wife Satyabhama defeating a devil king Narakasura.

According to Hindu Mythology, there are different stories among which some consider and observe it as the day of Lord Ram along with his wife Sita and brother Laxman returning to Ayodhya after defeating King Ravana in their 14 years of exile. And so, Hindus celebrates the night by placing diyas or earthen lamps to guide them and remove darkness on their way back home.


It is celebrated on the 13th night of the waning moon in the month of Magh according to the Hindu Calendar. It is observed as the day of Lord Shiva, the eternal deity among the Hindu Trinity of the universe. On this day, devotees of Lord Shiva keep fast for day and night, takes bath in the holy river Ganga and worships him by offering milk and Bael.


Holi is celebrated on the full moon day of Phalgun according to the Hindu Calendar. Holi which is also known as the festival of colors is celebrated with full fun. It is also celebrated around the world by some Indians.

It is denoted as a spring festival. It is observed as the day of the killing of demoness Holika by Narasimha God who is also suspected to be Lord Vishnu according to Hindu Mythology. It is marked as the day of “HolikaDahanam”. It is also referred to as Shigmo and Shimga in some parts of India.

Vasant Navaratri

Vasant Navaratri falls on the first 9th day of the Chaitra month based on the Hindu Calendar. It is a ceremony of fun, dance, and celebrations. In Hindu Mythology, it is observed as the “nine nights”.

Vasant Navaratri is the commemoration of Goddess Durga. Altogether 9 different forms of Shakti are worshipped on those consecutive days. The ceremony goes on starting from the new moon day to the Ashwin day. It is marked as the auspicious days of Hindus according to Hindu myths. It is also the extremely celebrated days of the year.

It is known by different names in many parts of the country. All Hindu people rejoice on these particular days. It is also known to have an effect of good over evil so, it is celebrated in almost every part of the country with full delight and devotion. Some even fast for nine consecutive days and worships nine infant girls on the ninth day of Ashvin to observe the nine different aspects of Lord Shakti in human forms.

MahalakshmiVrata or VaralakshmiVratham

It falls on the 2nd Friday or the Friday preceding the full moon day also known as “Poornima” in Shravana month of Hindu calendar which may coincide with the Gregorian calendar of July or August.

MahalakshmiVrata is a religious performance and offerings by married women. It is observed as the day of receiving blessings of wealth and luck from Goddess Mahalakshmi.

It is marked as the day of VaralakshmiVratham in the southern parts of India. It is also commemorated to Goddess Mahalakshmi by married Hindu women for receiving the blessings of the good health of their family.

According to Hindu Mythology, it is suspected that worshipping and offering on this auspicious day to Goddess Mahalakshmi is similar to commemorating Ashtalakshmi who is also known as the 8th goddesses of prosperity, Earth, luck, knowledge, and intelligence, affection, popularity, success, satisfaction, and power.


Hindu festivals are full of life, rejoice, and devotion. Hindu festivals are celebrated not only for fun but also for educating and dispersing important messages about valuing and respecting our own culture and wisdom. It is also, the way kids learn to grow and adapt the tradition of passing it on with the same faith and belief onto their next generation full of energy and life. People get to learn and value the system of Hindu traditions and respect each other for their existence. It gives knowledge about many important aspects of life like goods always win over bad and that we should be honest and follow our duty with righteousness.

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