Last Updated on August 26, 2021 by Swati Brijwasi
This Janmashtami, do Kanhaiya’s makeup like this, from choosing an idol to decorating the crib, follow these tips
Shri Krishna Janmashtami Decoration Tips: This year, the festival of Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated on 30 August across the country. Shri Krishna is considered to be the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. According to religious beliefs, on this day Lord Krishna was born at 12 o’clock in the night. To celebrate the festival of Krishna Janmashtami with pomp, its preparations start many days in advance. On this day, along with the enjoyment of Makhan-mishri, Bal Gopal is seen adorned with all kinds of offerings, flowers, decorations. If you also want to make the festival of Janmashtami special by decorating your own Laddu Gopal with your own hands, then follow these tips.
How are you Prasad?
Include Panchamrit in Janmashtami prasad. Also add Tulsi Dal in it. Offer dry fruits, butter and sugar candy to Kanha ji. In many places, coriander leaves are also offered as prasad.
How to choose an idol?
The child form of Krishna is established on Janmashtami. But you can establish any form of Krishna according to your mind at home. Keep in mind, you should establish Radha-Krishna for love and married life, child Krishna for children and Krishna with bansi for all wishes. Shankh and Shaligram are established on this day.
Decorate Thakur ji’s jhula like this –
Bring a hammock from the market. Put skirting on the outer corners of the swing. Now spread red velvet or silk cloth in this swing. Spread flowers all around in the swing. Now keep Kanha ji’s place. Place a small pillow and mattress in place. Now prepare Kanha ji and make him sit in the swing.
Decorate Thakur ji like this-
1. First of all, wear beautiful clothes to Kanha ji.
2. Now wear a turban on his head and put peacock feathers in it.
3. Put a string in the hands of Kanha ji and wear pajeb on the feet.
4. Now garland Thakur ji.
5. Put flute in their hands.
6. If you want, you can also apply tika on Thakur ji’s forehead and kajal in the eyes.