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Krishna Temple Flooded with Devotees on Sunday


BINOD: Krishna Temple all over Nepal were flooded with devotees while observing Shree Krishna Janmastami, the birthday of Lord Krishna on Sunday.

Krishna temples all around Nepal was filled with devotees from the Dawn to Dusk.

Revered as the eighth incarnation of Lord Bishnu, the almighty was born in Dwapara Yuga on the 8th day of the dark half of the month of Srawana as son of King Vasudeva and Devaki of Mathura.

Hindus, especially devotees of Lord Krishna fast throughout the day eating sacred foods like fruits, and milk products and singing hymns dedicating to Lord Shree Krishna.

Likewise, President Ram Baran Yadav visited Krishna Mandir of Patan Durbar Square Sunday morning and received Prasad and Tika from the priest. “The queue in the Krishna Temple built by King Siddhi Narshingh Malla in Patan was worth seeing” a tourist from America told. ” He added ” I often come to Nepal to visit here but I had not seen this sort of long queue before. Nepalese people are more religious indeed a great devotee.”

Government also have has declared public holiday for Sunday to mark this holy day.

Krishna Pranamis and society of Krishna consciousness also were taking out processions on the streets carrying idols and images of Krishna.

Meanwhile, people in the Far-western region observed the Gaura festival on the same day.

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