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Happy Krishna Janmashtami 2018: Images, Status, Wishes, Quote, Messages, Greetings, Photos, Cards and Wallpaper.

Happy Krishna Janmashtami 2018: Images, Status, Wishes, Quote, Messages, Greetings, Photos, Cards and Wallpaper.

Krishna Janmashtami, also known as Janmashtami is an annual festival of Hindus. This day celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, the eighth avatar or Vishnu. The day is picked according to Hindu luni-solar calendar on the eighth day of Ashtami in the month of Bhadon.

Lord Krishna is considered one of the most powerful human incarnations of Vishnu. He was born in Mathura around 5,200 years ago. The festival celebrated with great devotion where people decorate their temples, homes and even their localities. From midnight singing to enactment of the life of Krishna, the day is celebrated with great enthusiasm.
Here are few messages, wishes and quotes that you can send your family and friends on Krishna Janmashtami 2018

Janmashtami 2018: Quotes, Messages & Whatsapp Status

- May Lord Krishna show you the way in your life as he showed the way to Arjuna in the battle of Mahabharata. Have a blessed Krishna Janmashtami!

- Nothing depends on luck, Everything depends on work because even luck has to work! Have a blessed Krishna Janmashtami.

- As a human being puts on new garments, giving up old ones, the soul similarly accepts new material bodies, giving up the old and useless ones, Happy Janmashtami!

- No one should abandon duties because he sees defects in them. Every action, every activity, is surrounded by defects as a fire is surrounded by smoke, Happy Janmashtami!

- Ignorance is the cause of sinful life, and sinful life is the cause of one’s dragging on in material existence, Jai Sri Krishna!

- The mind is restless and difficult to restrain, but it is subdued by practice, Happy Janmashtami!
- Do everything you have to do, but not with greed, not with ego, not with lust, not with envy but with love, compassion, humility, and devotion. Happy Janmashtami!

- The soul can never be cut to pieces by any weapon, nor burned by fire, nor moistened by water, nor withered by the wind. Happy Janmashtami

- May Lord Krishna’s flute invite the melody of love into your life.

- May Radhaji’s love teach not only how to love but to love eternally! Happy Janmashtami.

- May this Janmashtami bring happiness in your life and hatred will be far apart from your life.

- Enjoy the festival with love on your heart and good wishes for others.

- Today is a very precious day as someone special was born. He was born to fight against sins and he was born to serve and make us trust in God. Wish you a Happy Janmashtami.

- May Lord Krishna shower its most cheerful blessing on all and give strength to everyone facing difficulties in their lives. Happy Krishna Janmashtami!

- May this Janmashtami bring happiness in your life. Hatred is far apart from your life. Enjoy the festival with love in your heart and good wishes for others. Jai Shri Krishna!

- May this Janmashtami Lord Krishna steal all your tensions and worries. And give you all the love, joy, peace and happiness. Happy Janmashtami!

- Let's celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna by:

Re-creating Rasa Lila, the flirtatious aspects of Krishna's youthful days; Celebrate Lord Krishna's playful and mischievous side by enacting Dahi Handi!

Have a blessed Krishna Janmashtami!

- If things are happening according to your wish, then you are lucky but if things not happening according to you then it is Krishna's wish. Happy Janmashtami!

- May the Natkhat Nandlal always give you, lot of joy and happiness. Hope you find peace in Krishna's consciousness. Happy Janmashtami!

- This day is a special time when family and friends get together for fun. Wishing you all joy, fun and cheer on this day. Happy Janmashtami!

- I wish you HAPPY JANMASHTMI and I pray to God for your prosperous life. May you find all the delights of life and may all your dreams come true. My best wishes will always be with you.

- May Lord Krisna’s flute invite the melody of love into your life. May Radha’s love teaches not only how to love but to love eternally! HAPPY JANMASHTAMI.

- May you find your love on this Janmashtmi and Gopis may shower all their love and affection on your body and soul. Happy Krishna Janmashtmi!

- May Lord Krishna steal all your tensions and worries on this Janmashtami! And give you all the love, peace and happiness!

Krishna Janmashtami Images

Janmashtami: What you should know about it

Even though Janmashtami is a daylong celebration in most parts of the country, as the birth time of Lord Krishna was a dark night, celebrating Janmashtami during midnight is considered to be an ideal item. Lord Krishna is considered to be the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu was a supreme god and being his eighth incarnation makes Lord Krishna, the destroyer of all things evil. Lord Krishna is one of the most powerful human incarnations of Lord Vishnu. He was born 5,200 years ago in Mathura and hence, the place is lit up on this auspicious day.

Janmashtami is observed on the Ashtami( 8th day) of the ‘Krishna Paksha’ according to the Hindu calendar. This usually falls in the time period of July and August.

Lord Krishna was born to Princess Devaki and Vasudeva in Mathura. However, as his father wanted to protect him from the evil king Kansa, who was also Lord Krishna’s uncle. Therefore, Vasudeva gave Lord Krishna to Nanda, his friend. Subsequently, Lord Krishna grew up in Gokul and stayed with his foster parents, Nanda and Yashoda.

Since Lord Krishna is considered to be the destroyer of evil, Janmashtami also marks the presence of good and destruction of all that is evil. Lord Krishna’s birth is a spiritual magnificence as he was born in a jail in the custody of his uncle King Kansa.

As per Hindu Scriptures

According to verses in the Bhagavad-Gita, a famous shloka narrates that whenever there will be a predominance of evil and decline of religion, Lord Vishnu will reincarnate and save the earth from all that is evil. The main purpose behind the celebration of Janmashtami along with Lord Krishna’s birthday is the prevalence of goodwill and this is what unites people from different regions together on the auspicious occasion.

Lord Krishna is often signified as the butter thief and is given reference as the ‘Makhan Chor’ in many famous Indian fables. It is known that wherever butter would be involved, one could find Lord Krishna near that site. Therefore, on Janmashtami every year, many people get involved in the Matki Todh competition organized by many societies across the country. The winner who is able to reach the top and break the earthen pot is rewarded with the buttermilk inside the pot.

Janmashtami holds a spiritual significance in Hindu calendars as people fat through the day and break the fast by midnight to complete the celebration of this auspicious occasion. This is because Lord Krishna was believed to be born at midnight. The celebration is marked by singing devotional songs and reading scriptures.

Other than this, according to Hindu mythology, Lord Krishna was exchanged with the baby girl born to his foster parents, Yashoda and Nand. This is because of his birth parents, Devaki and Vasudeva wanted to save him from his maternal uncle, Kansa. Since King Kansa was adamant on killing Lord Krishna during his birth, he also imprisoned his birth parents.

Owing to its spiritual significance, Janmashtami is also celebrated by many on the day which marks the incarnation of the highest preacher of the philosophy of the Vedas, Vedanta. In the Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna has spoken about four paths to liberation. According to many, these four paths to liberation are the greatest spiritual gift of Janmashtami to mankind and their thought process.

Usually, to celebrate this day, along with the ‘Mataka Todh’ competition, Lord Krishna is often embellished in a cradle and ceremonies and celebrations are held around it. Therefore, Janmashtami's sole significance and importance lies in one fact: the destruction of evil and the prevalence of good and positive things around us subsequently leading to unity and faith amongst those who celebrate this day.

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