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Gokulashtami / Krishna Jayanthi Reciepes

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P.J.

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Gokulashtami / Krishna Jayanthi Reciepes


Gokulashtami (Sri Krishna Jayanthi) celebrates with great pomp and show, the birth of Lord Krishna who was born more than 5000 years ago in the 28th year of Dwapur Yug. It is one of the most celebrated festivals for Hindus not only in India but also, all over the world. Janmashtami is about the joy, people all over the world feel for their beloved Lord Krishna.

krishna_janmashtami_2011.jpg




Gokulashtami (Sri Krishna Jayanthi) falls on 8th day after Avani Avittam function. Normally on this auspicious occassion people will fast from the morning and during the sunset, they will do pooja for Lord Krishna by offering lots of sweets and neivedhyams. Butter is favourite for Lord krishna and hence people will offer milk, curd, buter, Aval, fruits and some more sweets to God on this special day. During Krishna's childhood, he is fond of butter and he will steal the butter from pots which will spill out in the floor and when he walks, it forms a nice palm prints. So keeping this in mind, the devotees will draw small footprints from the entrance of house to the pooja room.

On the evening during the sunset, devotees will do pooja for Lord Krishna and offer the Lord with butter,fruits,vella seedai,Cocunut Seedai , Uppu Seedai, Appam, Thattai,Aval and some more delicious foods.

Please open the link for Sri Krishna Jayanthi Recipes


http://www.subbuskitchen.com/2009/08/gokulashtami-krishna-jayanthi.html
 

Lalit

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Thanks for providing an one-stop website for the recipes of all the Janmashtami special items! You are so thoughtful and help us all by giving us the info that we may need at the appropriate time.
 

tbs

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Gokulashtami / Krishna Jayanthi Reciepes


Gokulashtami (Sri Krishna Jayanthi) celebrates with great pomp and show, the birth of Lord Krishna who was born more than 5000 years ago in the 28th year of Dwapur Yug. It is one of the most celebrated festivals for Hindus not only in India but also, all over the world. Janmashtami is about the joy, people all over the world feel for their beloved Lord Krishna.

krishna_janmashtami_2011.jpg




Gokulashtami (Sri Krishna Jayanthi) falls on 8th day after Avani Avittam function. Normally on this auspicious occassion people will fast from the morning and during the sunset, they will do pooja for Lord Krishna by offering lots of sweets and neivedhyams. Butter is favourite for Lord krishna and hence people will offer milk, curd, buter, Aval, fruits and some more sweets to God on this special day. During Krishna's childhood, he is fond of butter and he will steal the butter from pots which will spill out in the floor and when he walks, it forms a nice palm prints. So keeping this in mind, the devotees will draw small footprints from the entrance of house to the pooja room.

On the evening during the sunset, devotees will do pooja for Lord Krishna and offer the Lord with butter,fruits,vella seedai,Cocunut Seedai , Uppu Seedai, Appam, Thattai,Aval and some more delicious foods.

Please open the link for Sri Krishna Jayanthi Recipes


http://www.subbuskitchen.com/2009/08/gokulashtami-krishna-jayanthi.html
hi

these foods for rainy seasons....we are very good variety for different occassions...now commercial ppl take advantage of

our religious taste...like grand sweets/sri krishna sweets makes ready made all these things for easy office going

nuclear families...
 
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P.J.

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Thanks for providing an one-stop website for the recipes of all the Janmashtami special items! You are so thoughtful and help us all by giving us the info that we may need at the appropriate time.


Thanks Lalithaji

Sri Krishna's Blessings to every member and their Families.
 
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P.J.

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hi

these foods for rainy seasons....we are very good variety for different occassions...now commercial ppl take advantage of

our religious taste...like grand sweets/sri krishna sweets makes ready made all these things for easy office going

nuclear families...


Sri tbs Sir

Very few ladies were going to work in those day, also elder ladies used to guide the younger generation, nowadays as you said families have become small, as both husband and wife go for work no time to prepare these items at home.
 
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