Happy Janmashtami 2023: Best Wishes, Images, Quotes, Messages and Greetings

Janmashtami is a Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu. It is one of the most important festivals in Hinduism, and is celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm.

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The festival is celebrated on the eighth day of the dark fortnight of the month of Bhadrapada, according to the Hindu lunisolar calendar. This year, Janmashtami falls on Sept 7th, 2023.

History of Janmashtami

The story of Krishna’s birth is one of the most popular stories in Hinduism. According to the legend, Krishna was born in the city of Mathura to Devaki and Vasudeva. Devaki was the sister of King Kansa, who was a tyrant. Kansa had been warned by an oracle that he would be killed by Devaki’s eighth child. In order to protect Krishna from Kansa, Vasudeva smuggled him out of the palace and took him to Gokul, where he was raised by Yashoda and Nanda.

Krishna grew up to be a mischievous and playful child. He was also a great warrior, and he eventually defeated Kansa and freed the people of Mathura from his tyranny.

Celebrations of Janmashtami

Janmashtami is celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm all over India. The celebrations typically begin on the eve of the festival, with people fasting and praying. On the day of the festival, people wake up early and bathe in the Ganges or other holy river. They then visit temples to offer prayers and tributes to Krishna.

In the evening, people gather for a feast and celebrate with singing, dancing, and storytelling. A decorated image of Krishna is placed in a cradle, and people sing and dance around it. The festival ends with the breaking of the fast.

Best Wishes for Janmashtami

Here are some best wishes for you to celebrate Janmashtami 2023:

* Wishing you a happy and prosperous Janmashtami! May Krishna bless you with all the happiness and joy in the world.


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* May the divine light of Krishna guide you on the path of truth and righteousness. Happy Janmashtami!

[Image of Divine light of Krishna] [Image of Divine light of Krishna] (Image source: www.pinterest.com)
* May Krishna’s love and compassion fill your heart with joy and happiness. Happy Janmashtami!

[Image of Krishna [Image of Krishna’s love and compassion] (Image source: pujabooking.com)

Images for Janmashtami

Here are some images of Krishna that you can use to celebrate Janmashtami:


[Image of Krishna Janmashtami celebrations] [Image of Krishna Janmashtami celebrations] (Image source: www.hindustantimes.com)


[Image of Krishna as a child] [Image of Krishna as a child] (Image source: www.tell-a-tale.com)


[Image of Krishna playing the flute] [Image of Krishna playing the flute] (Image source: www.quora.com)


[Image of Krishna with Radha] [Image of Krishna with Radha] (Image source: en.wikipedia.org)

Quotes for Janmashtami

Here are some quotes about Krishna that you can share with your loved ones on Janmashtami:

* “Krishna is the embodiment of love, compassion, and peace. May his blessings be with you always.” – Mahatma Gandhi


[Image of Mahatma Gandhi quote about Krishna] [Image of Mahatma Gandhi quote about Krishna] (Image source: www.azquotes.com)
* “Krishna is the friend of the poor and the oppressed. May he protect you from all evil and suffering.” – The Bhagavad Gita

[Image of The Bhagavad Gita quote about Krishna] [Image of The Bhagavad Gita quote about Krishna] (Image source: in.pinterest.com)
* “Krishna is the source of all knowledge and wisdom. May heSure, here is the rest of the response: “`html * Krishna is the source of all knowledge and wisdom. May he enlighten your mind and guide you on the path of truth.” – The Upanishads

Messages and Greetings for Janmashtami

Here are some messages and greetings that you can send to your loved ones on Janmashtami:

* “Happy Janmashtami to you and your family! May Krishna’s love and blessings always be with you.”


[Image of Happy Janmashtami message to family] [Image of Happy Janmashtami message to family] (Image source: www.bestmessage.org)
* “May the divine light of Krishna dispel all darkness from your life. Happy Janmashtami!” * “May Krishna’s flute fill your heart with joy and happiness. Happy Janmashtami!”

Conclusion

Janmashtami is a joyous occasion that is celebrated by Hindus all over the world. It is a time to celebrate the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu. The festival is celebrated with great love and enthusiasm, and it is a time to come together and celebrate the joy of life. I hope this blog post has helped you learn more about Janmashtami. I wish you a happy and prosperous Janmashtami! 

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