Madhubani Painting by Anushree Dutta, Radha Krishna

Indian Festival Series II Madhubani Painting II Krishna Janmashtami – a beautiful Indian Festival where the birth of Lord Krishna is celebrated. Lord Krishna was the eighth Avatar of Vishnu and the legend says that little Krishna was born at midnight in a jail, where his parents Vasidev and Devaki were captured by his uncle Kansa. Kansa had heard a prediction that his nephew was the one who would be the reason for his death, and that is why he arrested his sister and brother-in-law. He used to kill every child that was born from the womb of Devaki, but as lord Krishna was born, there was a glowing light in the prison, the chains ⛓ of Vasudev and Devaki broke , the doors of the jail opened automatically and the guards went to deep sleep. That is when Vasudev left with the newborn Krishna in a basket 🧺 and dropped him at his friends place for Krishna‘s safety.

This day is celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm in India, as it marks the victory of good over evil. Jai Kanhaiya lal ki, ladoo gopal ki!! 🌸🌸🌸

Madhubani Art Radha Krishna

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