Here are some important temples to visit on Krishna Janmashtami this year.
This temple is known for its unique tradition of the Lord appearing with His eyes half-closed. On Janmashtami, the idol is bathed with milk and adorned with new clothes.
This stunning white marble temple is a new addition to Vrindavan's spiritual landscape. Janmashtami is celebrated with grandeur, including abhishekam, special pujas and procession.
The ISKCON temple is a spiritually charged site for Krishna devotees. On Janmashtami, the entire day is filled with devotional activities, kirtans & a grand midnight aarti.
Located in the heart of Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna, this temple is the epicenter of Janmashtami celebrations. One must definitely visit to catch a glimpse of Krishna.
Lord Krishna can be seen in his infant form. The day begins with the "Nirmalya Darshanam" and culminates with a grand feast, known as "Madhuram" on Janmashtami.
Janmashtami in Udupi temple includes the offering of "Muddu Annana" (sweet rice), followed by a grand procession through the town.
On Janmashtami, the temple is adorned with flowers, and the Lord's idol is beautifully decorated. The festival is celebrated with vibrant & colourful procession.
Devotees throng the temple to witness Lord Krishna's birthday celebrations and partake in special rituals and prasadam.