"Janmashtami 2023: A Divine Celebration"

WWelcome to the enchanting world of Janmashtami 2023! Explore the joyful celebrations of Lord Krishna's birth in the holy cities of Mathura and Vrindavan by traveling with us.

Janmashtami Significance

Janmashtami, also known as Krishna Janmashtami, is a nationwide celebration marking the birth of Lord Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It falls on the Krishna Paksha Ashtami Tithi in the month of Bhadrapad

Two Days of Festivity

TThis year, Janmashtami spans two days, from 15:37 on September 6 to 16:14 on September 7, according to the Drik Panchang. Both days are dedicated to vibrant celebrations.

Mathura and Vrindavan Magic

Discover what makes Mathura and Vrindavan stand out in their Janmashtami celebrations. These cities are deeply connected to the life and teachings of Lord Krishna.

10 Days of Festivities

The festivities kick off ten days before Janmashtami with cultural and religious events, including Rasleelas, Bhajans, Kirtans, and Pravachans.

Abhishek Ritual

"Witness the Abhishek ritual that takes place at midnight, the exact moment of Krishna's birth. The idol is bathed in milk, yogurt, honey, ghee, and water, accompanied by Vedic hymns and conch shells."

Dahi Handi Excitement

Experience the thrill of the Dahi Handi event, inspired by Krishna's butter-stealing antics. Groups form human pyramids to break pots filled with yogurt or butter, symbolizing teamwork and bravery."

Nandotsav Celebrations

Join in the Nandotsav festivities, a day after Janmashtami, as we honor Krishna's foster father, Nanda Baba, who distributed gifts and sweets in Krishna's village, Gokul."

Plan Your Visit

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