Janmashtami special: THESE devotional Krishna WhatsApp messages and SMS will make your day!
On the auspicious occasion of Shri Krishna Janmashtami, praying to the lotus feet lord and immersing yourself in complete devotion will not only make you feel closer to the divinity but also help you in soul searching. This year the Krishna Janmashtami happens to be on August 25.
Janmashtami not only signifies the birth of lord in general but also has a larger meaning of how Krishna's birth is celebrated each year as a symbol of reaffirmation that to kill and destroy the evil—lord shall be born again and again!
So, you can spread the love on this day by sending these devotional Krishna WhatsApp messages and SMS. Check out the best ones and hail 'Jai Shri Krishna'!
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna
Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Ram Hare Ram
Ram Ram Hare Hare
Jai Shri Krishna
Radhey Radhey Japo Chale Ayenge Bihari!
Here's wishing all of you a very happy Shri Krishna Janmashtami
Nand Ke Aanand Bhayo, Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki
Haathi Ghoda Palki, Jai Ho Nand Lal Ki
Jai Shri Krishna!
Ladoo Gopal is about to come to your house,
Be ready to welcome the lord with open arms and buttermilk
Krishna will take away your worries and make you smile wide forever and ever!
Happy Shri Krishna Janmashtami to all my near and dear ones!
Hope this year all your tensions and worries shall be put to an end by the lord as you welcome his grace.
Yashomati Maiya Se Bole Nand Lala
Radha Kyu Gori, Main Kyu Kaala
Lord Krishna asked his mother this question in utter innocence. The same Ladoo Gopal is about to enter every devotee's house with happiness, health and prosperity. Enjoy the day and pray to the lord.
Krishna Leela Anokhi Hain, Bhakto Ke Bas Mei Hain Bhagwaan
Poori Shradha Se Jo Jape Saawarey Ghanshyam
Shri Krishna Janmashtami Ki Aap Sabhi Ko Hardik Shubhkamnayein
Radha-Krishna Ki Bhakti mein magn raho har waqt
Prabhu naam mein he hain sab grantho ka arth
Bolo Radhey Radhey!
The lotus feet Lord will shower each devotee with immense happiness and good health,
So join your hands and say 'Krishna Krishna' as the day of his birth is here!