Janmashtami Special: Things which are Precious to Lord Krishna

WRITTEN BY Saumya Jaiswar news

Janmashtami 2022 Date

Astrologers say that this year the Ashtami date of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada will start from 9.20 pm on 18th August and will last till 10.59 pm on the next day i.e. 19th August.


Flute is one of the most favorite things of Lord Krishna that why he is called Murlidhar. Flute giving the message of love and peace.


Peacock Feather(Morpankh)

Peacock feathers are always adorned on the forehead of Lord Krishna. Morpankh is representative of all nine planets.



Tulsi must be included in the bhog(offering). Tulsi has many properties to remove Vastu defects and diseases.


Conch( शंख)

Conch is used to bathe Lord Krishna's child form and Shaligram. Conch must be blown on Janmashtami.


Cow is considered to be revered in Hinduism. Cow is believed to be the abode of all the deities. Lord Krishna enjoys spending time with cows.

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Makhan Mishri

Bhog of Makhan Mishri is very important to Lord Krishna. It is a symbol of love and sweetness in life.

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Vaijayanti Mala

A Vyjayanthi garland is adorned around the neck. Vaijayanti garlands are made of lotus seeds. It should be adorned to Lord Krishna on the auspicious occasion of Janmashtmi.

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