Krishna Janmashtami is the Indian festival celebrated by Hindus to celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna is the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Festival is celebrated differently in different parts of India but joy around the country is same. We have created unique and heart-touching Krishna Janmashtami wishes for your to wish you loved once on this special day.
Krishna Janmashtami 2021 Message
Happy Janmashtami! I wish you a wonderful day surrounded by the love and support of your family!
May joy and love pave your way on this auspicious day. Have a amazing Krishna Janmashtami.
May Lord Krishna take away all the negative things that have transpired this year and bless us all with a wonderful year ahead. Happy Janmashtami!
I hope this Janmashtami gives you and your family a lot of happiness. Have a beautiful Krishna Janmashtami.
May you have the most joyous and blessed Janmashtami with your loved ones in a peaceful atmosphere. I wish you everyone a happy Krishna Janmashtami.
Happy Janmashtami everyone. May this festival bring success to everyone of our lives.
May Lord Krishna enlighten your heart and bestow upon you all the joy and tranquilly you deserve. Happy Janmashtami.
Krishna Janmashtami 2021 Wishes
May Krishna bless you with peace and joy on this Janmashtami. To you and your loved ones, a happy Janmashtami!
May the Lord Krishna enlighten your heart and shower you with all the happiness and peace you deserve.
On this holy day of Janmashtami, I pray to Kanha for inner peace and success in your life.
May Lord Krishna’s blessings surround you and your family at all times. Happy Janmashtami to you and your dear ones!
I shall pray for all of your dreams and desires to come true on this Janmashtami. Happy Krishna Janmashtami to you!
May you are always blessed with Lord Krishna blessings. Warm wishes on Janmastami.
On this Janmashtami, May Lord Krishna destroy all your problems and bless you with tranquility and prosperity.
May God bless you and grant you all of the world’s joys. Have a wonderful Krishna Janmashtami.