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H.H. Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji | | Krishna Janmasthami Blessings
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Krishna Janmasthami Blessings

Sep 05 2018

Krishna Janmasthami Blessings

Watch this divine message from Pujya Swamiji on the auspicious day of Krishna Janmasthami.  Krishna Janmasthami is the celebration of the day that Bhagwan Krishna incarnated in human form upon the Earth. It is celebrated at midnight on the eighth day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadrapada (August-September). Today as people all over the world renact and celebrate his birth, let us also take this time to reflect and introspect upon how Lord Krishna can incarnate in our own lives. Let us reflect on how His divine light, His divine message and His divine grace can continue to shine, on and on, upon every moment and every minute of our own lives. His wisdom is such that it is timeless and eternal, infinite and universal. When we allow His wisdom and His message shine in our own lives then we can celebrate Janmasthmi everyday.



Krishna Janmasthami Blessings During Ganga Aarti:  As we celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna in human form, let us also reaffirm our pledge to work together to make this world a place in which He can live, play and perform His leelas. Let us ensure that the beautiful trees, mountains, rivers and all of Mother Nature not only survive, but thrive!  Pujya Swamiji inspires us to give Thakurji (Lord Krishna) the gift of a clean and green planet by stopping the use of plastic, abating pollution, planting trees, and protecting Mother Earth!

Live Krishna Janmasthami Celebrations & A Message from Pujya Swamiji at Parmarth:


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