Janmashtami 2020: Janmashtami marks the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna, the eight incarnation of Lord Vishnu. This year, Janmashtami would be celebrated on 11th August, 2020.
Happy Janmashtami 2020! Janmashtami marks the birthday of Krishna ji, and is celebrated with much fervour every year. It is one of the major festivals in the Indian calendar, and Hindus consider this day auspicious.
Janmashtami 2020: Panjiri is one of the most important prasads offered to Lord Krishna on Janmashtami. Here is how you can also make delicious ladoos out of it.
Janmashtami 2020: What makes the sweet delicacy special is the inclusion of just two nutritious ingredients- peanuts and jaggery.
Janmashtami 2020: While some people observe nirjala fast, others opt for phallar or light sattvik food. They also prepare different sweet and savoury dishes as offerings for Lord Krishna.
Krishna Janmashtami Recipe: This delicious mewa pak is ideal to be included in your Janmashtami sweets fare. Loaded with crunchy nuts and creamy coconut, this mithai is a must-try.
Janmashtami is one of the most significant festivals of India. On this day, devotees prepare a variety of prasads to pay their obeisance to the deity.
Janmashtami 2020: Janmashtami marks the birth of the eight avatar of Lord Vishnu - Lord Krishna - on earth. The 'Janm' in Janmashtami refers to the birth of Lord Krishna that is celebrated with much ...
Janmashtami is one of the most widely celebrated festivals of the Indian subcontinent, and this year it will be celebrated on 11th August, 2020. A lot of prasads are prepared on this pious day
Janmashtami bhog: Make sure you do include these 5 sweets in your bhog offering. Yummy and easy to make, these desserts spell festive celebrations.