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Few Lines on Shri Krishna Janmashtami

Shri Krishna Janmashtami is the annual festival which is celebrated by the Hindu community across the globe. The festival is celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Krishna who is assumed as the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is believed that Lord Krishna was born on the eighth day of the 'bhadrapad' month of the Hindu calendar and hence it is called as the Janm (birth) + ashtmi (the eighth day) or Janmashtami.

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Few Lines on Janmashtami in English for Kids & Students

Given below are some 10 lines on Shri Krishna Janmashtami for young children and students. These lines are easy and simple to understand and can be used in writing a short essay on Janmashtami, a short speech or a short paragraph on Janmashtami. It will also help kids to understand the importance of Janmashtami and how it is celebrated.



Few Lines on Janmashtami

1) Shri Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

2) The festival is celebrated by enacting the birth of Lord Krishna through various idols and statues.

3) Devotee across the world observe fast on the day and offer prayers in Krishna temples.

4) Decorating children as Krishna and Radha is also a very common tradition on Janmashtami which adds sparkle to the celebration.

5) Sri Krishna Janmashtami in 2020 was celebrated on 12th August 2020.

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6) The major celebration of Janmashtami could be witnessed at ISKCON temple with great dance, music and feast.

7) In Maharashtra, the main attraction of Janmashtami is the 'Dahi Handi' competition where various groups make human pyramid and try to break the pot tied at a height.

8) Temples across the world also organise the recitation of 'Bhagavad Gita' and 'Bhagwat Puran', the holy books of Hinduism.

9) In Mathura, devotees organise 'Raas Leela' which is a dance & drama event showcasing the life of Lord Krishna.

10) Shri Krishna Janmashtami is the festival which also symbolizes the birth of good to end the evil.

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