All the cities and villages have marked the auspicious
birthday of Lord Sree Krishna. Hundreds and thousands of kids and Krishna
devotees participated in the Shobha Yatras organized by Balagokulam. It is
being said that 7500 similar Shobha yatras were held all over Kerala,
simultaneously. Krishna Bhajans, devotional songs and other cultural
programs attracted many. The playful kids in Krishna attires, the
presentation of ancient stories with floats and forms refilled the minds of
Guruvayur Sree Krishna temple witnessed huge rush of
about half lakh devotees chanting Krishna mantras waited long hours to be
blessed by Darshan of the Lord. Kids as usual were excited to participate in
all special programs held in connection with Astami Rohini.
Kozhikode: Sree Krishna Jayanti will be
celebrated on September 1st, 2010.
Spectacular events will mark the
auspicious birthday celebrations of Lord Sree Krishna. Hundreds of thousands
of devotees will visit temples to offer special poojas and take part in
Shoba Yatras all over Kerala. Cities and villages to observe diverse
programs based on Sree Krishna stories. Little kids in the attire of Lord
Krishna accompanied by Yasodha, Devaki and Gopikas will be the major
attraction of Shoba Yatras.
There would be many floats depicting
major parts from the life history of Lord Krishna. This would range from Kamsan, Poothana, to Balagopalan stealing butter with his friends to Kannan
being tied to a grinding stone by Yasodha to Krishna on the chariot during
geetha sara sandharbha, Rugmini swayamvara and so on…
Shobyatra, organized by Chevayur nagar
Balagokulam at Azhakodi Devi temple will start at 3.30 pm on September 1.
Bhajans, Keerthanas, Chenda Melam, floats and many other devotional programs
are organized to celebrate the holy day. Kozhikode city will witness the
union of six major Shobyatras in the evening of September 1.
Uriyadi , similar games and many other
cultural programmes would add colour to the procession.
The very sight wherein innumerable small
kids dressed with peacock feathers and little crowns in yellow attire (konakam)
and garlands, with flute held in high esteem by itself is highly alluring to
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- Report by Rajesh Kumar for CalicutNet.com