Krishna Janmashtami is also known as Krishnashtami, Ashtami Rohini, Gokulashtami, Saatam Aatham, Sree Jayanti or Srikrishna Jayanti. It is simply known as Janmashtami. It is an annual festivity of the birth of the Hindu divinity Krishna. He was the eighth avatar of Vishnu.
The fair is famous on the eighth day Ashtami of the Krishna Paksha or dark fortnight. This day is of the month of Shravana in the Hindu calendar. And it is calendar during August to September in English calendar. Rasa lila, theatrical performances of the life of Krishna. It is unique feature in regions of Mathura and Vrindavan. The regions are subsequent Vaishnavism in Manipur.
As the Rasa lila reconstructs the teasing features of Krishna’s innocent days. The Dahi Handi celebrates God’s teasing and naughty side. It is where teams of young men form person looms to attain a high-hanging pan of curd and smash it. This tradition is also known as uriadi. It is a main event in Tamil Nadu on Gokulashtami. Krishna Janmashtami is pursued by the celebration Nandotsav. They celebrates the occurrence when Nanda Baba dispersed gifts to the society in honor of the birth.
Hindus of Bangladesh celebrate Janmashtami by sifting, adoration Krishna. They are staying up awaiting midnight and present prayers at special time. They believe Krishna is to have been born. Images of Krishna’s childhood are placed in dangles and supports in shrines and homes. They allocates gather around for devotional songs, dance and swap gifts. Some temples are also performance readings of the Hindu religious scripture Bhagavad Gita.
Krishna Janmashthami is a national holiday of Bangladesh. A march starts from Dhakeshwari Temple in Dhaka on Janmashthami. After that they carry on from side to side the streets of Old Dhaka. The parade dates back to 1902. But it was stopped in 1948 by the organization of Pakistan and ensuing attacks by Muslim crowds in Dhaka. The parade was started in 1989.