When is Janmashtami in 2013? by vishalshetty

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Janmashtami is an important Hindu festival of India. The festival celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna. This year Janmashtami is on 28th August. Wide array of gifts are arranged in GiftstoIndia24x7.com.

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Title : When is Janmashtami in 2013?

Description : Janmashtami is an important Hindu festival of India. The festival celebrates the birth of Lord
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Janmashtami is an important Hindu festival of India. The festival commemorates the birth of Lord
Krishna. Janmashtami is known in various other names such as Saatam Aatham, Ashtami Rohini,
Gokulashtami, Krishnashtami, Sree Jayanti and Srikrishna Jayanti. As per Hindu calendar, the
festival is celebrated on the eighth day of the dark fortnight of the Shravan month.

When is Janmashtami in 2013?

It is on 28th August.

On this auspicious day, people keep fast and wake till midnight. The altar is beautifully decorated
with flowers and rangolis. Holy idols of Lord Krishna are placed in the cradles or swings known as
‘Jhulan’. They are even decked with new apparels and jewelleries. The celebration of
Janmashtami varies from place to place. People of Mathura and Vrindavan celebrate this festival
with joy, gaiety and devotion. Rash Lila and Dahi Handi ceremonies are performed in many places
of India. In Tamil Nadu, Uriadi is the major event performed on this day. Devotees of Lord Krishna
visit temples, offer prayers as well as sing or listen devotional songs.

The celebration is made joyful by exchanging gifts. People share gifts on this holy day to spread
joy and happiness. Therefore, if you are thinking to send warm wishes to you close ones then you
take the help of GiftstoIndia24x7.com. This online store helps in sending gifts to India. Moreover,
the site has arranged broad range of gifts for this festival. Some of the popular Janmashtami gifts
are as follows:-


Holy Idols - The custom of gifting holy idols of Lord Krishna is prevalent during this festival. Shops
in the markets get filled with beautiful idols of Lord Krishna. Therefore, on Janmashtami 2013,
you can charm your dear ones by sending attractive holy idols of Lord Krishna. In the ‘Idols’
section you will avail a cute idol of Bal Gopal holding flute in his hand. The presence of this idol
will definitely add special charm to the ambiance.


Pooja Accessories - In most of the Hindu households, pooja of Lord Krishna is organized.
Therefore, sending pooja accessories on Janmashtami will be a perfect idea. You can opt for
items such as puja thalis, diyas, kalash, bell etc for your loved ones. They will be delighted to
receive these puja accessories as Janmashtami gifts.


Sweets - You can gift a mouth-watering sweet box to convey warm wishes to your loved ones on
Janmashtami. Diverse types of Indian sweets such as peda, motichoor laddu, kaju barfi, badam
barfi, mewa sweets etc are available in this online store. The sweets are arranged in thalis and
boxes. These sweets taste awesome and your loved ones will enjoy having these delectable
sweets on such great event.

Janmashtami Hamper - In these hampers, you will avail various types of gift items such as
sweets, fresh flowers, dry fruits, puja accessories and so on. You can send this complete combo
gift and make the festival jubilant.

Krishna Wall Hanging - You can amaze your dear ones on Janmashtami by gifting beautiful
Krishna Wall Hangings. In the ‘Krishna Wall Hanging’ section you will avail hangings of gun
metal. In one wall hanging Lord Krishna is depicted as the Cowherd and while other as the
revealer of the Gita. You can gift these attractive wall hangings and create a holy ambiance on
this pious day.

Send these gifts to India and make the festival splendid. Moreover, your dear ones will be
overwhelmed to receive these gifts on Janmashtami.


About the Author :

The author writes for GiftstoIndia24x7.com which enables the global Indians to send gifts to India.
The site aims to connect the global NRIs by enabling them to send gifts to India on all occasions
or festivals. Send a gift to India through us and experience the difference.

								
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