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Janmashtami or the birthday of Lord Krishna has a huge spiritual significance in Hinduism. As the legend goes, Lord Krishna was born in the darkness of night, inside a cell of a jail where His parents were locked up by his cruel uncle. It is said that at the moment of his birth, all the guards slept off, the chains broke and the barred doors gently flew open.
Janmashtami’s meaning is deep rooted and it conveys a message that all human beings spend their life engulfed with the darkness of their own vices. We are bound with so many shackles of anger, greed, temptations, attachments and pain. But as the Lord takes birth, every bit of the darkness fades away and we are released from all the chains of the worldly pleasures.
Janmashtami holds a special place among all Hindu festivals. It is said that whenever darkness and evil prevails on Earth the Lord takes birth and eradicates all evil. So, Janmashtami is also symbolic in this sense. Janmashtami is celebrated to encourage the good and destroy the evil. This occasion brings everyone together which encourages unity and faith.
Radhe-Krishna .. Say it slowly.. It says RAAH-DE-KRISHNA .. Oh lord show me the way. Happy Janmasthami all.. Hari Bol