Janmashtami 2020 Date: On which day Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated, know auspicious time

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Abstract:
This time also, Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated for two days. According to the Panchang, Lord Krishna was born on Ashtami Tithi and Rohini Nakshatra. In such a situation, the date and the constellation are not getting together.
Detailed:
Krishna Janmashtami 2020 Date, Timing: This time also there is a difference of opinion on the date of Krishna Janmashtami. Some almanac are telling Janmashtami on August 11 and some on August 12. Lord Krishna was born in Rohini Nakshatra on Ashtami Tithi in Dwapara Yuga. According to Vaishnavism, this time Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated on 12 August. Krishna Mathotsav will be celebrated on 12 August in Mathura and Dwarka regions.

According to Shaivism, Krishna Janmashtami August 11 is considered to be the best day in Kashi, Ujjain and Jagannathpuri.

Why Krishna Janmashtami (Janmashtami) two days

This time also, Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated for two days. According to the Panchang, Lord Krishna was born on Ashtami Tithi and Rohini Nakshatra. In such a situation, the date and the constellation are not getting together. On Ashtami date, 11 August will start from around 9 am. In which this date will last all day and night. For this reason, some people will celebrate Krishna Janmashtami on August 11 and on August 12. This time also Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated for two days due to not falling with Nakshatra and Ashtami Tithi.

Krishna Janmashtami auspicious time Krishna Krishna Janmashtami 2020 subh muhurat

Ashtami Date Start – August 11 at 09:06 A.M.

Ashtami date ends –
Rohini Nakshatra starts from 11:16 AM on August 12 – 03:27 AM on August 13
Rohini Nakshatra ends – August 14 till 05:22 A.M.

Krishna Janmashtami on different dates with difference in date and constellation

According to beliefs, the birth of Lord Krishna is believed to be on the Ashtami Tithi and Rohini Nakshatra of the month of Bhadrapada. For this reason, whenever the Ashtami Tithi and Rohini fall together, the festival of Krishna Janmotsav is celebrated. But, due to change in the movement of planetary constellations, many times Ashtami Tithi and Rohini Nakshatra fall back together. In such a situation, people of some sect celebrate Krishna Janmashtami according to date and some according to Nakshatra.

Janmashtami 2020: Lord Krishna was proficient in these sixteen arts
Offer Lord Krishna to Mishri
Bal Gopal should not forget to offer Makhan and Mishri on Krishna Janmashtami. Keep basil party in enjoyment. This Lord Krishna is very fond of leaves of Makhan, Mishri and Tulsi.

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