Janmashtami marks the birth of Lord Krishna on the planet. Lord Krishna is the 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is the most auspicious festival for Hindus. On a special day, the idol of Krishna is bathed in milk and water, dressed in new sparkling clothes, and worshipped. Everyone prays to Lord Krishna and seeks his blessings for a happy and prosperous life. Every year, people celebrate the special festival with much fervor and enthusiasm to welcome the lovable ‘Nanhe Gopal’ to this world.
Lord Krishna, one of the most admired and most famous God of all Indian divinities, 8th avatar of God Vishnu and also as a supreme god in his own right. When you think of Lord Krishna, the first thing that strikes your mind is his flute and gopis. Of course, Lord Krishna was a lady charmer, butter thief, and a charioteer guide of Arjun in Mahabharat. Krishna is admired by every human being on this planet. From educating on devotion and Dharma to enlightening about the realities of life, lord krishna has remained the wellspring of knowledge and wisdom. Lord Krishna is known for being a divine individual that connects well with mankind.