Celebration in Singapore

Singapore means 'Singapura' (Lion City) in sanskrit. It is a wealthy country famous for its multiculturalism. It has people of various nationalities living together in harmony. Chinese, Indians, Malays, Indonesians are residing in large numbers. Singapore celebrates Janmashtami festival with lot of fervor. 'Little India' located on Seragoon Road comes alive with lot of decorations, selling of janmashtami pooja accessories. Shree Lakshmi Narayan temple situated on Chander Road celebrated the festival with day long programme. Other local temples also organized cultural programmes to mark Lord Krishna's birth. Krishna chanting competition was a unique feature of the celebration. Indians all over Singapore wait for the birth anniversary of their favourite Bhagwan Krishna.

Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir

Mathura, the birth city of Bhagwan Krishna is situated on the banks of river Yamuna and is approximately 145 kms from the...

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Guruvayur Temple, Kerala

Situated approximately 33 kms from Thrissur, Guruvayur temple is one of the most famous temples of Lord Krishna in South India..

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Banke Bihari Mandir, Vrindavan

The twin city of Mathura and Vrindavan resound with the stories of Lord Krishna till date; located 15 kms from Mathura..

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Udupi Sri Krishna Temple, Karnataka

Situated approximately 60 kms from Mangalore, the Udupi Sri Krishna temple also known as Krishna Mutt...

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