Krishna Janmashtami 2022: The festival of Shri Krishna Janmashtami is being celebrated with pomp on 19th August i.e. today. Worshiping Kanha by keeping a fast on this day brings happiness and peace. There are also some rules for Janmashtami fasting. Let us know what can and cannot be eaten during this fast. When and how should be done with Janmashtami fasting.
Janmashtami 2022 Muhurat
Bhadrapada Krishna Paksha Ashtami date starts – 18 August 2022 Thursday 09:21 PM
Bhadrapada Krishna Paksha Ashtami date ends – 19 August 2022 Friday 10.50 PM
Dhruva Yoga – 18 August 2022 08.41 PM – 19 August 08.59 PM till min
Abhijit Muhurta – 12.04 PM – 12.56 PM
Twilight Muhurta – 06.47 PM – 07.11 PM
Janmashtami 2022 Vrat parana time
Those who observe Janmashtami fast on 19th August should break the fast on 20th August at an auspicious time. Janmashtami fast is broken after the completion of Ashtami Tithi, although some places end the fast by worshiping Bal Gopal at night. Follow the fast according to your belief.
fasting time- August 19, after 10:59 pm
fasting time – After 05:45 am on 20th August
How to break Janmashtami fast?
Many people observe fasting on Janmashtami, so break the fast by offering to Kanha as bhog and butter. According to the scriptures, the worship of Kanha is considered complete after breaking the fast with the offerings of Bal Gopal. This is also good in terms of health.
What can I eat during Janmashtami fast?
Those who keep fast on Janmashtami should consume juicy fruits. Care should also be taken during the fast that there is no shortage of water in the body. Other fruits can also be taken.
Janmashtami 2022 Date Time: Janmashtami will be celebrated on August 19, so know the auspicious time, Kanha’s grace will rain with these measures
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