Govardhan Puja 2017: Images, Wishes, Messages, Quotes




    Govardhan Puja Images, Wishes, Messages, Quotes: Bali Pratipada or Govardhan Puja (Annakut Puja) is held a day after the main Diwali in the month of Kartik. The day is celebrated by the Hindus as Lord Krishna had defeated the God Indra. Sometimes there might be one day gap between Diwali and Govardhan Pooja. People celebrate Govardhan Puja by making food of cereals such as wheat, rice, curry of gram flour and leafy vegetables in order to offer to the Hindu Lord Krishna.


    Gowardhan pooja is celebrated to commemorate the history of Gowardhan Parbat through which the lives of many people were saved from the critical rain. It is considered that the people of Gokul were used of worshipping God Indra, also known as God of rain. But Lord Krishna had to change such type of opinions of the people of Gokul. He told that you should all worship the Annakut hill or Govardhan Parbat as he is the real God who is nurturing and saving your lives from drastic conditions by giving you food and shelter.

    Hence, they had started worshipping that mountain in the place of God Indra. By seeing this, Indra became angry and started raining too much in the Gokul. Finally, Lord Krishna had saved their lives by lifting the Govardhan hill at his little finger and covered the people of Gokul under it. In this way, proud Indra had defeated by Lord Krishna. Now, the day is celebrated as Govardhan Puja to offer the homage to the Govardhan Parbat. Govardhan puja festival is also being celebrated as the Annakut.

    The day is also celebrated as Padva or Bali Pratipada in the Maharashtra as it is considered that demon King Bali was defeated and pushed to Patal Loka by the Lord Vishnu in the form of Vamana (incarnation of Lord Vishnu).

    Govardhan Puja Images

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    Govardhan Puja Wishes

    On this Govardhan Puja, send your warm wishes to your friends & family members with our beautiful collection of Happy Govardhan Puja Wishes in Hindi & English 2017.

    Logo ki raksha karne ko
    Ek ungali par pahaad uthaya
    Ussi kanhaiyya ki yaad dilaane
    Govardhan Pooja ka din hai aaya

    Happy Govardhan Puja

    Prem se krishna ka naam japo
    Dil ki har iccha poori hogi
    Krishna aaradhana mein talleen ho jaao
    Unki mahima, jeewan khushhaal kar degi.
    Happy Govardhan Puja.

    Murli Manohar, Brij ke Dhrohar.
    Wo Nandlala Gopala,
    Bansi Ki Dhun Par Sabke Dukh Harne Wala.
    Sab Milkar Machaye Dhoom Ki Krishna hai Ane Wala.
    Happy Govardhan Pooja!!

    Govardhan Puja Messages

    Murli Manohar, Brij ke Dhrohar.
    Wo Nandlala Gopala, Bansi Ki Dhun Par Sabke Dukh Harne Wala.
    Sab Milkar Machaye Dhoom Ki Krishna Ane Wala Hai.
    Happy Govardhan Pooja!!

    Krishna jinka naam,

    Gokul jinka dham,

    aise Shree Krishna Bhagwan ko,

    hum sab ka pranam,

    Jai shree krishna. 
    HAPPY Govardhan Puja!!

    “Murli Manohar, Brij ke Dhrohar. Wo Nandlala Gopala, Bansi Ki Dhun Par Sabke Dukh Harne Wala. Sab Milkar Machaye Dhoom Ki Krishna Ane Wala Hai. 
    Happy Govardhan Pooja!!”

    Chandan ki Khushbu Resham ka Haar
    Sawan ki sugandh Barish ki fuhar
    Radha ki Ummid KANHAIYA ka pyar
    Mubarak Ho apko Govardhan Puja Ka Tyohaar.

    Govardhan Puja Quotes

    A day of festivities and bliss
    Govardhan Puja is here again
    May lord Krishna bring you love and luck
    And destroy all the evils and pain.
    Happy Govardhan Puja

    Bansi Ki Dhun Par
    Sabke Dukh wo harta hai.
    Aaj bhi apna kanhaiyya
    Kayi chamatkaar karta hai
    Govardhan pooja ki shubhkaamnaayein
    Chandan ki khusbu,
    Resham ka haar,
    Dhoop ki shugandh,
    Diyo ki fhuhaar,
    Dil ki ummidein
    Apno ka pyar
    Mangalmay ho aapke liye
    Govardhan Puja ka tyohar
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    Significance of Govardhan Puja 2017

    According to Hindu scriptures, people in the forest of Vrindavan followed a practice of offering lavish meals to Lord Indra – The God of rain and storm to make sure he is pleased enough to bless them with timely rainfall and good harvest.

    The age-old custom was questioned by Little Krishna who found the practice to be a little harsh for the poor farmers who found it very hard to arrange food for the lavish bhog. He slowly convinced the entire village to stop making these offerings to Lord Indra and look after themselves and the village instead. Angered by the lack of food offered, Indra sent down torrential rain and thunderstorm out of anger to the region of Vrindavan.

    The storm continued for days, and the houses begin to drown. Fearing for their lives, the villagers approached Krishna for help who then asked everyone to proceed to the Govardhan hill. Once there, he lifted the whole hill with his little finger, urging everyone to come under the hill to take shelter from the storm, and thus saving them from the wrath of Indra.
    The torrential rain continued for 7 days, and Krishna kept holding the mountain on his little finger all through these days without moving. Ultimately Indra bowed to the might of Krishna and stopped the rains in Vrindavan.  Since then, Govardhan Puja has been celebrated by people, mainly in the northern states such as Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Bihar.
    On this auspicious day, several pilgrims go to the Govardhan hill and offer food and delicacies to thank Krishna for his blessings and protection.


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