On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished the nation’s residents a happy Janmashtami.
“All of my countrymen receive my sincere greetings on this auspicious day of Janmashtami. May everyone’s life be filled with joy, pleasure, and good fortune as a result of this festival of devotion and celebration. Shri Krishna, long live! “PM Modi tweeted today.
On this day of Janmashtami, President Droupadi Murmu also wished the populace a happy holiday.
“All of my countrymen receive my sincere greetings on this auspicious day of Janmashtami. We can learn the virtues of delivering education by performing altruistic activities for the wellbeing of others from the life of Lord Krishna. I hope that this holy event inspires us all to put everyone else’s interests first in our words, actions, and thoughts.”
In a message on Thursday, President Murmu stated, “On the auspicious occasion of Janmashtami, I extend my sincere greetings and best wishes to all the fellow citizens living in India and abroad.”
“The message of goodness and well-being was a part of Lord Krishna’s life and teachings. He spread the idea of “Nishkam Karma” and taught the populace how to follow the Dharmic path in order to reach the ultimate truth. I sincerely hope that this Janmashtami celebration encourages us to pursue virtue in all of our words, deeds, and thoughts “added was the message.
To commemorate the day of Lord Krishna’s birth, Janmashtami is observed annually throughout the nation. The day is observed by believers through fasting and temple prayers.
Every year, Janmashtami is observed nationwide to commemorate the anniversary of Lord Krishna’s birth. The day is observed by believers by fasting and worshipping at the temples.
According to the Hindu calendar, Lord Krishna was born on the eighth day of the month of Bhadra. He is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. According to the Western calendar, the day often falls in the months of August or September.