Janmashtami SMS Messages Collection


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More popularly Janmashtami…

This festival occurs on the eight day (Astami)
of a lunar fortnight hence the name (Krishna+astami).
Krishnastami which comes sometime in August is
celebrated over two days.
The first day is Krishnastami or Gokulastami.
The second day is called Kalastami
more popularly

Maya is the root cause of all pain and misery….

Lord Krishna said:
Whatever belongs to you today,
belonged to someone else yesterday
and it will belong to some one else tomorrow.
Don’t be illusioned by maya.
Maya is the root cause of all pain and misery.
Happy Janmashtami…!

May lord krishna bless you on your way.

May lord Krishna
Show you the way in your life
As he has shown the way to
Arjuna in kurukshetra
May lord Krishna bless you on your way.

The Day of Love and Fortune…

The Day of Love and Fortune
The day of Birth of Lord Krishna
A Lover
Divine Guru
The day of
The Day of Jamashtami…
The Day of Lord Krishna
Happy Jamashtami Festival 2010

Celebrate the Birth of Krishna…

‘Janma’ means birth and ‘ashtami’ means the eighth.

Janmashtami refers to the birth of Krishna,

which took place on the eighth day of the

second fortnight in the month of Sravana.

Celebrate the Birth of Krishna…!

May Lord Krishna come…

May Lord Krishna come to your house
take away all your Makhan – Mishri

with all your worries & sorrows.

Happy Janmashtami…

Happy Janmashtmi!

Lord Krishna ~ “Love is a consistent passion to give, not a meek persistent hope to receive”

Happy Janmashtmi!

Let me offer my respectful obeisances to the Lord…

“Let me offer my respectful obeisances to the Lord,
who has become the son of Vasudeva,
the pleasure of Devaki,
the boy of Nanda and the other cowherd men of Vrindavana,
and the enlivener of the cows and the senses.”
Happay Janamashtami Celebration