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upon a time, there lived two sisters named Rani and Vani. Both the
sisters were exactly alike, not only in their appearance, but also in
their nature and temperament. Rani and Vani lived and worked together.
They enjoyed going for a walk together. They never quarreled with each
other. The two lovely daughters were adored by their parents.
day, when the two sisters were going to the market, they saw a dwarf on
the road. He had a long white beard and he wore a long red cap on his
head. A dog was pulling the dwarf's beard. The dwarf tried his best to
pull his beard out from the dog's mouth, but he could not do so. The dog
did not let go of the beard. The dwarf appeared to be utterly helpless.
and Vani saw the plight of the dwarf. They felt sorry for him, and so
they cut is long beard with a pair of scissors. The beard became short
now. Instead of thanking the two sisters, the dwarf said angrily, "Hey,
you girls! Who asked you to act smart? look, what you have done to me!
You have spoiled my looks."
Rani and Vani did not say anything, but left the scene quietly.
day, as the two sisters were returning home from a nearby village, they
met the same dwarf once again. The dwarf was hanging by his long beard
which was tied to the branch of the trees. He was screaming with pain.
He was in a great pain because his long beard was being pulled and it
hurt him. He was desperately trying to free himself. there was nobody to
and Vani saw the plight of the dwarf. They ran to him, cut his long
beard with a pair of scissors and freed him. Once again, instead of
being thankful, the dwarf said angrily, " Hey, you girls! Who asked you
to act smart? Look what you have done! You have spoiled my looks."
Rani and Vani did not say anything, but left the scene quietly.
fine morning, the two sisters were going to a nearby town. They saw the
same dwarf riding a bicycle. Suddenly, his long beard got entangled in
the chain of bicycle. The bicycle stopped and the dwarf fell down
screaming with pain.
and Vani heard him screams and they rushed to help him. It was very
difficult to pull out the beard from the bicycle chain. So the two
sisters cut the long bears with a pair of scissors. As usual, the dwarf
started shouting at them angrily, but they ignored his shouts.
Suddenly, there was a miracle. The dwarf turned into a beautiful fairy.
fairy said to Rani and Vani, " Both of you have passed my tests. you
will get married to the Princes and you will live happily ever." Saying
this, the fairy gave each one a flower and said, " Take these flowers
and go to the palace. Stand in front of the king and Queen and smell the
and Vani went to the palace. When they were brought before the king
and the Queen, they smelled the flowers. And lo! There was another
miracle. As soon as the two sisters smelt the flowers, tow handsome
Princes appeared before them.
King and The Queen were very happy. They had no Children. Now, they not
only had two handsome Princes, But also two beautiful daughters-in-law.
The two sisters married the two Princes. There was jubilation all over
the Kingdom. Parents of Rani and Vani came to bless them. All of them
lived happily ever after.
Krishna Janmashtami or Janamashtami, is also known as Krishnashtami. It is celebrated in different regions of India by differnet names like Saatam Aatham, Gokulashtami, Ashtami Rohini, Srikrishna Jayanti, etc. It is an annual commemoration of the birth of the Hindu deity Krishna.
festival is celebrated on the eighth day (Ashtami) of the Krishna
Paksha (dark fortnight) of the month of Bhadrapada which every year
falls in the month of August or September. God krishna was famous for
his Ras Lilas. The term Ras means Aesthetic and Lila means play or
dance, which roughly translates the meaning of Ras-Lila as " Dance of
Divine Love". While the Rasa lila re-creates the flirtatious aspects of Krishna's youthful days, the Dahi Handi
celebrate God's playful and mischievous side, where teams of young men
form human towers to reach a high-hanging pot of butter and break it.
This tradition, also known as uriadi, is a major event in Tamil Nadu on Gokulashtami.
Krishna was the 8th son of Devaki and Vasudeva. And was born to kill Mama Kans.
(in present day Mathura district, Uttar Pradesh) was the capital of the
Yadavas, to which Krishna's parents Vasudeva and Devaki belonged. King
Kansa, Devaki's brother,had
ascended the throne by imprisoning his father, King Ugrasena. Afraid of
a prophecy that predicted his death at the hands of Devaki's
eighth son, Kansa had the couple locked into a prison cell. After Kansa
killed the first six children, and Devaki's apparent miscarriage of the
seventh (which was actually a secret transfer of the infant to Rohini
as Balarama), Krishna was born.
his birth Vishnu ordered Vasudeva to take Krishna to Gokul to Nanda and
Yashoda where he can live safely,away from his evil Uncle Kansa.So
Vasudeva took Krishna with him and crossed Yamuna to reach Gokul .There
everyone was asleep,so he quietly kept him there and returned with
daughter.Kansa,thinking her to be Devki's eight child,threw her on a
stone.But she rose in air and transformed into Yogmaya(who is Vishnu's
helper)and warned Kansa about his death.Then she disappeared.Krishna
grew up in Gokul with his brother Balram. Then he returned to Mathura
and killed Kansa with the help of his brother,Balram.
many regions of India, Janamashtami is celebrated by fasting and
staying up until midnight, the time when Krishna is believed to have
been born. In some parts of India, it is celebrated as Dahi-Handi. The handi
is a clay pot filled with buttermilk that is positioned at a convenient
height prior to the event. The topmost person on the human pyramid
tries to break the handi
by hitting it with a blunt object. When the handi breaks, the
buttermilk is spilled over the entire group, symbolizing their
achievement through unity.
In India, every school celebrates this festival in their premises, to encourage the understanding of their culture in the kids, to practice the goodness held in the festival and teach the same to the students.