Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated for two days this time in Braj, birth anniversary on 24th in main temples: Janmashtami will be celebrated for two days this time in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. Explain that Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated on both 23 and 24 August this year in the pilgrimage area Braj. Whereas in major temples including Krishna Janmabhoomi, Dwarkadhish and Rangji Temple of Vrindavan, the birth anniversary will be celebrated on 24 August.
The government of Uttar Pradesh is engaged in organizing the divine and grand Sri Krishna Janmashtami festival in Mathura through the Braj Tirth Vikas Parishad, after the Rangotsav of Barsana, the festival of Ayodhya. Under this, this time there will be a conclave in the entire Braj on the occasion of the birth anniversary of God.
Janmashtami will be celebrated with joy and gaiety
Hours and crocodiles will occur at 12 o’clock in the night in several thousand temples present in many places of Braj. Local residents are also being urged to celebrate and celebrate Lord Krishna’s birthday on the occasion, in homes and even in a loud voice. Let us know that temples, city routes and houses are being decorated with colorful lights.
At the same time, the Braj Teerth Vikas Parishad and the administration have estimated that this time, like the Mudia Poona fair, the record of maximum devotees coming here on Janmashtami is expected to be broken.
Janmashtami at Dwarkadhish Temple on 24 August
Kapil Sharma, secretary of Sri Krishna Janmasthana Seva Sansthan, said, “Janmashtami-related events will start from the morning of Sunday 24 August at the Leelamanch of the institute. There will be a liturgy of the night of the Lord and the birth of Thakurji will be done in Bhagwat Bhawan.
”It is worth mentioning that Janmashtami is being celebrated in Mathura’s Dwarkadhish temple on August 24. This information has been given by Advocate Rakesh Tiwari, Public Relations Officer of Dwarkadhish Temple.