Janamashtami Celebrations from Jai Sarai, New Delhi video

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Srikrishna Janmashtami from Jia Sarai

Civilization on the zenith of its development .Mankind is advancing forward with each passing day but is very much attached to its culture and roots- which gets reflected in festivals celebrated by from time to time.

I am right now enjoying and witnessing one such blissful evening at Jia Sarai village, in the very heart of metropolitan city New Delhi.

Everyone over here is waiting eagerly for the mid night - a time which will witness the divine appearance of the Lord Sri Krishna - their beloved God -famously known as Makhanchor (the butter thief).

Just a few hours to go for mid night and the environment coming into rhythm with dancing, singing and enjoying with colorful ethnic dresses. There were lots of programme being presented by children and enjoyed by all age group alike.

At the mid night when clock sriked 12:00 people welcomed the birth of Lord Sri Krishna with traditional ‘Aarti’ and then prasadam was distributed. Everybody uttering slogans like “Hathi Ghoda Palaki- Jai Kanhaiya lal ki” and “aala re aala – govinda aala”.
Let us be the part of this celebration watch video direct from Jia Sarai, New Delhi.

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jessdavies940 profile page

jessdavies940 says :

I didn't understand much of the speaking. No translation?
Posted on: 21 May 2010 - 1:20pm
Anonymous

pranav kaushik says :

hey ganesh bhaiya thank u 2 spread our culture and janmashtmi 2 world i hav read the comment and enjoy very much tht people want 2 know about our culture..... hey hey..... sorry sorry..... i should first tell about who i m ................. i m pranav kaushik student of class 11th......... i hav been performing in janmashtami (in jia sarai ) i m one of the boy in the first enterview.................of some boy.................
Posted on: 31 October 2009 - 3:37pm
Ganesh Dutta profile page

Ganesh Dutta says :

hey shalini , you are absolutely right . Makhane ki kheer is one of the best festive food from India .......it is really so yammy!
Posted on: 15 October 2007 - 1:58pm
Ganesh Dutta profile page

Ganesh Dutta says :

hey shalini , you are absolutely right . Makhane ki kheer is one of the best festive food from India .......it is really so yammy! Thanks !
Posted on: 15 October 2007 - 1:56pm
shalini.ranjan profile page

shalini.ranjan says :

hey i love this video...it memorises my old days in india...Thanks Ganesha for this video. Janmashtami is my favt festival and i always keep fats on this day. On this day my mom prepare"singhare ke aate ka halwa" and i prepare "makhane ka kheer". at 12:00 o'clock night we break our fast and have these food as "prasad".
Posted on: 12 October 2007 - 12:28am
khau_khan profile page

khau_khan says :

awesome - you guys are making me feel so nostalgic Bon Appetite!
Posted on: 10 October 2007 - 2:49am
Anonymous

nehapaul says :

nice video,very interesting
Posted on: 9 October 2007 - 2:41pm
Ganesh Dutta profile page

Ganesh Dutta says :

thanks serindib, butterthief is also known as Kanhaiya and the stories associated with him appear across a broad spectrum of Hindu philosophical and theological traditions.These include a divine incarnation, a pastoral childhood and youth, and life as a heroic warrior and teacher
Posted on: 9 October 2007 - 8:52am
serindib profile page

serindib says :

Love this video. So nice to see local temple dancers and tabla players. Long live the "butter thief" in everyone's heart.
Posted on: 8 October 2007 - 3:01pm
The Tortilla Guy profile page

The Tortilla Guy says :

Ganesh, another nice one for you !!! Keep them coming the best.......... The Tortilla Guy
Posted on: 12 September 2007 - 8:06am
slovina profile page

slovina says :

thanks Mr. Ganesh, it's so interesting to know..........
Posted on: 11 September 2007 - 5:38am
Ganesh Dutta profile page

Ganesh Dutta says :

Hey slovina, good question............................. Hathi means Elephant, Ghoda means Horse, Kanhaiya is one of the most popular name of the Lord SriKrishna.Sri Krishna is considered to be one of the most endeared human incarnations of Lord Vishnu. Born more than 5000 years ago in Mathura city, the revered God of Hindu religion and his teachings hold immense relevance till date.
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 4:27pm
slovina profile page

slovina says :

what is this Hathi ,Ghoda and Palaki............who is this Kanhaiya?
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 4:01pm
shantihhh profile page

shantihhh says :

Ganesh, Thanking you deeply for sharing this wonderful celebration with all of us here at iFood.TV. It made me miss India so much! Watching the children dance and sing was wonderful and heart warming. I especially enjoyed the little serious chap dancing with index fingers pointing towards the heavens. Hathi Ghoda Palaki- Jai Kanhaiya lal ki!!! Shanti
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 1:13pm
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vikash kumar. says :

I would like to share what Lord shri Krishna said about intake of food in Bhagavad Geeta Chapter 6 verse 16 "There is no possibility of one's becoming a yogi, O Arjuna, if one eats too much or eats too little, sleeps too much or does not sleep enough." Krishna says "Dhyana Yoga is not possible for those who eat more." Any yoga is a path that leads us to God. To practice yoga `samam kaya sirogreevam' - the body, the head and the neck cannot be kept in a straight line, if we eat excess of food. We feel lethargy or sleepy. To attain the realization of soul we have to cross in meditation the boundaries of the physical body, the sense organs and the mind but we are stuck at thethreshold itself! The same rule applies when we don't eat at all! `A sound mind in a sound body'. A sound body is maintained by the proper amount of food we eat. Limited food is defined thus - "Half of our stomach should be filled with food, one fourth with water and another one fourth should be free for a free movement of air." Thanks! Jai shri krishna!
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 11:44am
Ganesh Dutta profile page

Ganesh Dutta says :

thanks food philosopher, Teachings of the lord Krishna, are relevant even in the present age. Lord Krishna emphasised on being free from all kinds of negative and positive emotions like, joy, sorrow, grief, happiness, jealousy, as they are all illusions or maya. These emotions are ephemeral. All the beings are bonded due to lack of knowledge but they get free and achieve liberation once they realize that the world is nothing but illusion. All the souls taking birth on the Earth must surrender to Lord, be free form attachments to living and non living objects. One should not be conditioned by body or the worldly things around.
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 4:16pm
slovina profile page

slovina says :

din't understand language.......but i enjoy with cute kids.they are looking so funny...
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 8:26am
aditya28 profile page

aditya28 says :

thanks ifood.tv. for this nice coverage of my village jia sarai on this international web channel. video is super cool.....very good coverage.
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 7:20am
foodguru profile page

foodguru says :

super video kid are looking great in ethnic dresses,their performance are very well.
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 6:49am
Ganesh Dutta profile page

Ganesh Dutta says :

doctor food (rajesh) and food guru, Enjoy this tradional festival via this new media and give thanks to those scientist who made this possible.
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 4:14pm
doctorfood04 profile page

doctorfood04 says :

great coverage! Krishna and the stories associated with him appear across a broad spectrum of Hindu philosophical and theological traditions. Though they sometimes differ in details reflecting the concerns of a particular tradition, some core features are shared by all. These include a divine incarnation, a pastoral childhood and youth, and life as a heroic warrior and teacher. but infact after see this coverage ,I miss India very much! Rajesh Ahuja Germany
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 6:43am
Alpana Mathur profile page

Alpana Mathur says :

amazing....excellent coverage! this video show the various aspect of our great indian culture.
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 1:22am
Ganesh Dutta profile page

Ganesh Dutta says :

VEER PRADEEP, THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR NICE CO-OPARATION !
Posted on: 11 September 2007 - 2:12am
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Ganesh Dutta says :

thanks alpana, just enjoy this janamashtami video.....this janamashtami is a festival of love.
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 4:07pm
Alpana Mathur profile page

Alpana Mathur says :

What PRASADAM had been distributed there?
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 5:15pm
Ganesh Dutta profile page

Ganesh Dutta says :

Mainly PANCHAMITRA along with banana and some other sweets. Panchamrit is a mixture of milk, ghee, oil, honey and Gangajal. It's a really tasty........
Posted on: 9 September 2007 - 5:21pm
Janamashtami Celebrations from Jai Sarai, New Delhi
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