Janmashtami is celebrated with utmost joy and fervour by the devotees of Lord Krishna. The day, also known as Krishnashtami, Gokulashtami, Ashtami Rohini, Srikrishna Jayanti and Sree Jayanthi, marks the birth of Lord Krishna. On this day, devotees observe fast and seek blessings for the wellbeing of their family. This year, the festival falls on September 6 and 7.
Here are some wishes and messages that you can share with your friends and family on this occasion:
- India celebrates the festival of Janmashtami with enthusiasm. From little Kanhaiya’s jhula to dahi handi’s joy, Janmashtami is full of fun and happiness.
- May the sweet melodies of Lord Krishna’s flute fill your heart with boundless joy and serenity. On this auspicious Janmashtami, may your life be graced with love, happiness, and inner peace.
- Embrace the devotion of Lord Krishna on this Janmashtami and experience divine bliss. May your celebration be a journey towards spiritual fulfilment and enlightenment.
- May your life be adorned with virtues such as wisdom, love, and the ability to face challenges with grace, just as Lord Krishna exemplifies. Shine brightly with positivity and kindness.
- Krishna’s teachings continue to be a source of timeless wisdom and enlightenment. May you find enduring inspiration and guidance in his divine words. May his wisdom shape your choices.
- May you find strength in Lord Krishna’s teachings and find the courage to overcome life’s challenges with grace and resilience.
- Wishing you a Janmashtami filled with devotion and love for Lord Krishna. May his divine presence always light up your life.
- May Lord Krishna’s journey inspire each action of your life, and may you apply his teachings to navigate your own path with courage and grace. Happy Janmashtami.
- On this auspicious day of Janmashtami, may your heart be filled with the divine love of Lord Krishna, and may his blessings shower upon you.
- May Krishna’s eternal love and grace enrich your life not just today but on every day of your life’s journey. Happy Janmashtami.