Janmashtami 2023: Do not make these mistakes even by forgetting Krishna Janmashtami, otherwise loss may occur!


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The festival of Shri Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated today on the 6th and tomorrow on the 7th of September. According to the Hindu religion, Krishna is considered the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Tulsi is very dear to Lord Vishnu, hence avoid making 5 mistakes related to Tulsi on Janmashtami. Those who do this always lack money.

Avoid these mistakes

1. Don't touch Tulsi- If you worship Tulsi on Janmashtami, remember not to touch the Tulsi plant at all in the evening. Goddess Lakshmi herself resides in Tulsi and touching it in the evening makes Goddess Lakshmi angry.

2. Open hair- Women should never keep their hair open while worshiping Tulsi. Keep your hair tied during Tulsi Puja.

3. Tulsi leaves- If someone wants to offer Tulsi leaves to Lord Krishna, they should not be kept scratched or broken. First of all, one should pay obeisance to Tulsi. After this, break its leaves gently.

4. Parikrama- Don't forget to do parikrama after worshiping Tulsi or offering water to Tulsi. After worshiping Tulsi, circumambulate it at least thrice.


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5. Chunri- Some people don't change after wearing Tulsi's chunri, Tulsi should also change clothes like other deities. Janmashtami can be a very auspicious day to offer new chunri to Tulsi.

Confused about the date of Janmashtami?

Ashtami Tithi of Krishna Paksha of Shravan month will start on 06 September at 03:37 PM and end on 07 September at 04:14 PM. Astrologers say that Janmashtami will be celebrated on 6 and 7 September. The householders will celebrate Janmashtami on September 6, while the Vaishnava sect will celebrate it on September 7.