Krishna Janmashtami 2019: Lord Krishna loved milk, curd and Makhan-Mishri very much. Apart from this, Lord Krishna loved many more.
Today, Krishna Janmashtami is everywhere. As we all know that Shri Krishna was an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Every incident related to Shri Krishna avatar and every leela is unique. Their seductive form is described in many religious texts. According to theology, Lord Shri Krishna was born on the Ashtami date of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada in Rohini Nakshatra.
Lord Krishna was very fond of milk, curd and Makhan-Mishri. Apart from this, Lord Krishna loved many more. On the occasion of Janmashtami, we will tell you today which five things should be kept and worshiped by Lord Krishna. It is believed that keeping these five things in front of God and praying with sincere heart fulfills every desire.
flute : As we all know that Shri Krishna loves flute. On the occasion of Janmashtami, worship him by placing a flute in front of Shri Krishna. Because the flute is a symbol of simplicity and sweetness.
Peacock feather : Lord Krishna bears peacock feathers in his crown. The peacock feather is considered a symbol of hypnosis and grandeur. It is said that the peacock feather removes sorrows and brings happiness in life. Therefore, on the day of Janmashtami, definitely keep peacock feathers in front of Shri Krishna.
Mishri: Makhan Mishri is very dear to Lord Krishna. Mishri is considered a symbol of sweetness. This is the reason that Lord Krishna should understand Misri on Janmashtami, because it is very important to have sweetness in life.
Vejayanti Mala: Lord Krishna keeps a garland of Vyjayanti around his neck at all times. Therefore, on Lord Janmashtami, Lord Krishna should wear a garland of Vyjayanti.
Pitambar and Sandalwood tilak: As we all know that Lord Krishna always wore Pitambara and Tilak of sandalwood on the forehead. Before worshiping Lord Shri Krishna on Janmashtami, he must dedicate sandalwood to him.