Janmashtami 2022 Date : 18th or 19th August? Find out Auspicious time and Worship method

Janmashtami in India 2022:Janmashtami has been widely celebrated throughout the country, particularly by the Hindu community. It’s the celebration of Lord Krishna’s birth, an avatar of Lord Vishnu – one of three holy Hindu trinities.

It is observed on the eighth day in Shraavana Bhadrapad’s month of Krishna Paksha.

Krishna Janmashtami 2022 date & Time

Janmashtami  Ashtami date starts – Thursday 18th August at 09:21
Janmashtami  Ashtami date ends – Friday 19th August till 10:59 pm

According to the Panchang, this year Bhadrapada Krishna Ashtami will start at 09:20 pm on Thursday, 18th August, and end on Friday, 19th August, at 10:59 pm. In such a situation, on the night of the Ashtami date, the Muhurta of worship is being received only on 18th August. On this basis Janmashtami will be celebrated on 18th August.

Janmashtami fast will be observed on 18th August. In the night, Laddu Gopal will be worshipped, the birth anniversary will be celebrated, and the following day the fast will be completed by passing.

Krishna Janmashtami upay


On this day, offer a betel leaf as a sacrifice to Shri Krishna. Write Shree Yantra on the leaf using a roli. Please keep it safe. It is the best way to ensure that you don’t become poor. Wealth can increase.


On Janmashtami, the couple should bring a cow-calf idol to their home. They should also be worshipped. It is believed it brings happiness to children. It also removes the child’s problems.


Distribute kheer (or white sweets) to seven girls on Janmashtami for promotion and increased income. This remedy can be used for five consecutive Fridays following Janmashtami.


Apply tilak with rose water in sandalwood or saffron on Janmashtami. Gopi sandalwood can also be used to adorn Krishna. This is believed to bring happiness and prosperity to the home. Maa Lakshmi’s grace ensures that there is always enough money.

Krishna Janmashtami Celebration:

This auspicious occasion is marked by devotees keeping a fast and praying for Krishna. They decorate their homes with flowers and diyas, and light up temples.

Vrindavan and Mathura temples host the most elaborate and colorful celebrations. This is because Krishna is believed to have been born there and lived his childhood years there. To relive Krishna’s story and honor Radha, devotees perform Raslila. A baby Krishna idol is then bathed and placed into a cradle.

Maharashtra celebrates this festival with joyous celebrations. People recreate Krishna’s childhood attempts to steal butter from earthen pots and make curd. Dahi Handi is the name of this activity. A Matka, or pot, is suspended high above the ground. People form a pyramid to reach the pot and then break it.

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