Kerala LDF government against the Sri Krishna Janmashtami celebration.

The history is repeating again, as the world seen in the past, communist party and their government started action against the Hindu believes and their celebration. LDF government at Kerala, the only one communist party government left in India is on the action to ban the Sri Krishna Janmashtami (known as krishna jayanthi) celebration at Kerala states.

T.V Rajesh, a member of legislative assembly submitted a private bill for ban the Sri Krishna Janmashtami celebration at Kerala States. The strategic objective behind the bill is to prevent the growth of Hindu organisations that do activities based on temple. The Sri Krishna devotes are getting more attracted with the Hindu group for their devotional activates based on the Hindu celebration at temples. 

The bill says the orientation of Hindus based at temples will cause communalism. According to a Hindu well fare organisation, the bill is to prevent the unity of all Hindus, they have scared about the unity of Hindus and they think it will wash out the party and organisation that work against the customs and cultures of Hindu followers.

The LDF MLA T.V Rajesh claim in the Bill, the celebration of Sri Krishna Janmashtami will brake the unity and it cause a separation in the society.  The bill wanted one-year jail term and Rs. 10,000 fine who braking it.

Mr. Mohan Nair, a Hindu religious follower and a participant of every year Sri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations at Alappuzha and Guruvayur temple says, me and my family go to Guruvayur temple for every year for the Sri Krishna Janmashtami, about this new bill that Mr. T.V Rajesh is trying to pass in the assembly is with secret goal is that to brake the heritage of Hindu culture and believes. We will act against the bill and prevent to form a government in future by LDF party in next election.   

According to the suggested bill by MLA T.V Rajesh, only temple staff union should organise the activity and the staff should prevent the outside involvement. 

What is Sri Krishna Janmashtami, jayanthi and gokulashtami ?

It's observed based on Hindu luni-solar calendar, about the day of this Sri Krishna Paksha. It's a significant festival especially into the Vaishnavism convention of Hinduism. Dance-drama enactments of their life of Krishna based on the Bhagavata Purana, devotional singing throughout the midnight when Sri Krishna is thought to have already been born, fasting, even a night time vigil, and a festival about the subsequent day are portion of this Sri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations. It's know as Gokulashtami is north part of India and south side its know as Sri Krishna Jayanthi.

Sri Krishna Janmashtami is accompanied with the festival Nandotsav, that celebrates the event once Nanda Baba distributed presents to the neighbourhood in honour of their arrival.

Sri Krishna Janmashtami and Gokulashtami is celebrated if Krishna is thought to have been created in accordance with Hindu tradition, that can be in Mathura, in midnight on the day of Shravana month.

Sri Krishna was created in an age of insanity, persecution was rampant, and freedoms were refused, wicked was everywhere, and if there was a danger to his own life with his uncle King Kamsa. Immediately after the arrival, his father Vasudeva chose Sri Krishna around Yamuna, to nurture parents at Gokul, called Nanda and Yashoda. This legend is famous on Sri Krishna Janmashtami by devotes keeping quickly, singing devotional songs of love for Krishna, also maintaining a vigil to the evening. Following Sri Krishna's midnight hour arrival, figurines of infant Sri Krishna are washed and straightened, subsequently set in a cradle. The devotees then split their fast, by combining food and candy. Ladies draw miniature foot prints out their home doors and kitchen, walking in their residence, a symbolism such as Sri Krishna's travel in their houses.

Hindus celebrate Sri Krishna Janmashtami by singing, praying together, sharing and preparing particular meals, night-time vigils and seeing Sri Krishna or Vishnu temples. Many communities arrange dance-drama events known as Rasa Lila or even Krishna Lila. The custom of Rasa Lila Is Very popular in Mathura area, in north-eastern states of India for example Manipur and Assam, and also in most areas of Rajasthan and Gujarat. It's performed by several teams of unsigned musicians, cheered by their own regional communities, and such drama-dance plays commence a couple of days before every Sri Krishna Janmashtami.

Sri Krishna Janmashtami is famous in the Hindu Vaishnava communities of southern and north-eastern India. The prevalent tradition of observing Sri Krishna in those areas is attributed to the teachings and efforts of both 15th and 16th century Sankardev and Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. They created philosophical thoughts, in addition to new kinds of operation arts to observe the Hindu god Sri Krishna for example Borgeet, Ankia Naat, Sattriya and Bhakti yoga today well known in West Bengal and Assam. Further west, Manipur individuals developed Manipuri dance kind, a classical dance form known because of the Hindu Vaishnavism topics, and that like Sattriya consists of love-inspired dancing play arts of Radha-Krishna known as Raslila. These dancing drama arts are portion of Sri Krishna Janmashtami heritage in these areas, as well as ancient Indian dances, there contextual roots have been at the early Hindu Sanskrit text Natya Shastra, however, with influences in the civilization mix between India and southeast Asia.

About Sri Krishna Janmashtami, parents dress their kids as characters from the legends of Sri Krishna, for example gopis and since Krishna. Temples and neighbourhood facilities are adorned with regional blossoms and leaves, while teams recite or hear the tenth phase of Bhagavata Puranaas well as the Bhagavata Gita.

Raslila performances are a very prominent yearly convention around Sri Krishna Janmashtami. Kids play with the Likol Sannaba match at the Meetei Vaishnava community.