Easy and Quick Krishna Jayanthi recipes / Gokulashtami recipes / Krishna Janmashtami recipes


Krishna Janmashtami is also known as Gokulashtami, Srikrishna Jayanthi, Janmashtami or Krishna Jayanthi. It is the annual celebration of birth of the Hindu deity Krishna.

Krishna Jeyanthi / Krishna Janmashtami / Gokulastami

Krishna Jeyanthi / Krishna Janmashtami / Gokulastami

This festival is celebrated by Hindus not only in India but also all over the world. This festival falls in between the month August and September. In this occasion people will fast from the morning, they will do Pooja for Lord Krishna by offering sweets.

“Happy Gokulastami to everyone”

krishna jayanthi recipes, krishna jeyanthi recipes, tamil krishna jayanthi recipes, madraasi krishna jayanthi recipe, madrasi krishna jayanthi recipes, madraasi food, madraasi recipes, madrasi recipes, gokulastami recipes, easy and simple gokulastami recipes, easy and simple krishna jayanthi recipes, easy and simple janmastami recipes, janmastami recipes, krishna jayanthi recipes for beginners, janmastami recipes for beginners, tamil nadu krishna jayanthi recipes, krishna jayanthi recipes in youtube, krishna jayanthi recipes in utube, Indian krishna jayanthi recipe, Indian recipes, Indian food, Indian festival recipes, tamil festival recipes, south Indian festival recipes, south Indian food blog, Indian food blog, tamil food blog, gokulastami make over, krishna jayanthi make over, madraasi, immadraasi, food, food blog, food blogger

Easy and simple Krishna jayanthi recipes / Janmastami recipe / Gokulastami recipes

Butter is favorite for Lord Krishna and so people offer milk, curd, curd/yogurt, butter, aval/poha/beaten rice for Lord Krishna on this special day. Also devotees draw small footprints form the entrance of the home to the Pooja room stating that Lord Krishna would come to the home and walk over the foot prints.

Video – How to draw the foot prints of Lord Krishna —-

Making of Krishna Jayanthi Recipes –

Here are some of the dishes which are prepared as offering for Lord Krishna, click on the dish for recipe…

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

If you find the post interesting, do encourage me by your follow, likes, shares and valuable comments on: Facebook – Madraasi, Twitter – ImMadraasi, Google+ – ImMadraasi, Instagram- ImMadraasi,    Tumblr – ImMadraasi,    Pinterest – ImMadraasi

5 responses »

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s