Shri Krishna Janmashtami 2021: The birth anniversary of Lord Shri Krishna is known as Shri Krishna Janmashtami or Janmashtami. Janmashtami is celebrated every year on the Ashtami date of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month. On this day, Janmashtami is celebrated in all parts of India and foreign countries.
Everywhere people celebrate this festival with enthusiasm. They prepare dishes lovingly for God and celebrate this festival by worshipping Shri Krishna at midnight.
This time this holy festival of Janmashtami is falling on 30th August. It is said that God is only hungry for emotion. Therefore, if you worship God with love on the day of Janmashtami, then he becomes pleased and always keeps his blessings on his devotee. Also, take away all their sorrows. If you also want to please God on this Janmashtami and get his gifts, keep in mind during the worship.
Shri Krishna Janmashtami 2021
1. On Janmashtami, at noon in the night, get the child form of Shri Krishna, born with cucumber with a neck. A cucumber with a neck is considered a symbol of the womb of Devaki Maa.
2. After the birth of Shri Krishna, anoint him by pouring milk in the conch. This pleases God very much. If you want, you can also do anointing with these five things: milk, curd, ghee, honey and Gangajal.
3. After the Abhishek, dress the little Kanhaiya in beautiful clothes, wear a crown and make him sit in a well-equipped swing.
4. Donate fruits and grains by visiting a religious place on the day of Krishna Janmashtami.
5. Bring flute and peacock feathers for the little Kanha. Offer it to God during worship.
6. On the day of Janmashtami, offer butter and sugar candy to little Kanha. Also, use Tulsi in the worship of Kanha.
7. Let any child between the age of one to five years lick butter and sugar candy with your finger. By this, you will also feel that you are offering food to Kanhaiya.
8. On this day, bring the idol of cow-calf home and worship them by keeping it at the place of worship.
9. If there is a cow somewhere around the house, then serve the cow. Feed him fodder or make bread and feed him and take blessings. Shri Krishna was a cowherd, so he is very pleased with those who worship the cow.
10. Apply yellow sandalwood to God. Wear yellow clothes and offer flowers of Harsingar, Parijat or Shefali to God.
(The information given here is based on religious beliefs and folk beliefs; there is no scientific evidence for this. It has been presented here keeping in mind the general interest.)