Janmashtami 2021 : These are some ways to celebrate Janmashtami at home during the Corona period, you will get the blessings of Lord Krishna
The day of Janmashtami is named after Lord Krishna because this day is celebrated as Kanha's birthday. People keep fast on this day and take food only after the birth of Banke Bihari at 12 o'clock in the night. This year Janmashtami will be celebrated on August 30, for which preparations are in full swing. On this day people go to the temple and a large number of people go to Mathura-Vrindavan and get lost in the devotion of Kanha. Not only this, but people also celebrate this day of Kanha in the temples located in their respective societies. But due to the Corona period, people are avoiding going to temples this time as before, but they also want to make this day of their Kanha special. In such a situation, if you also do not want to go to temples during this corona period, then let us tell you how you can celebrate the festival of Janmashtami by staying at home. So let's know about it.
prepare at home
You can prepare this Janmashtami at home. You can decorate Thakur Ji's Jhoola. In this, you can put flowers, velvet, silk cloth, and a red small pillow and skirt. Apart from this, you can make Kanha for your kids and can also prepare for breaking Dahi Handi at home.
Make the blog at home
When you are celebrating the festival of Janmashtami at home, then if you want, you can make prasad for Lord Krishna this time at home. It includes things like Makhan Mishri, Butter, and Kheer.
You can do Bhajan-Kirtan of Lord Krishna along with the people of the house. Decorate Kanha's Jhoola and temple with love and you can also observe fast on this day. After this, you can get lost in the devotion of Kanha while doing bhajan-kirtan with family.
Welcome Banke Bihari among the people of the house
Keep in mind that you have to try to welcome Banke Bihari among the people of your house. Think when you are not going out of the house due to the Corona period, then why would you call neighbors or other people from outside in the house. That's why you can celebrate Janmashtami with your family at home.