UP continues in the massacre of sadhus .. Another priest of the temple of Kosi Kalan, now targeted.

In Uttar Pradesh, Hindu priests, temple priests are not taking names of the massacre, and murders are being carried out in different manner from different parts of the state in the manner of Talibani, ISIS, in a brutal manner. This time the target is made of Yogeshwar Lord Sri Krishna’s town, Kosikal of Mathura, where a sensation spread in the area after receiving the body of a sadhu in a temple. The body of the monk went with a sharp weapon.

It appears to him that the killers killed him viciously. On receiving the information about the incident, the police arrived at the spot and took the body into the possession and sent it to the post-mortem. At the same time the case has been investigated. The mamala is situated in a gorgeous garden near the Gopal Nagar (railway line) of the Baldevgunj area. There is a temple in the garden there. In which there was a monk named Kamaldas alias Bhabbo for service worship.

Since Saturday morning people were coming like this everyday in this garden, but when Baba was not seen, people saw him in his cottage, where the body of a sadhu was lying in the blood. People informed the incident to the police. When the police arrived at the spot and looked inside the room, the sadhu was lying dead. The crooks struck with a sharp weapon on their body. Seeing the chance A waradat, it seems that the miscreants killed him with great ruthlessness. A knife has also been recovered from the spot.The reason behind the murder is not yet known. Police is investigating this incident. The people around are being questioned.

The massacre of Hindu sadhus is continuing … now the murder of another Mahant, which is a big issue on the society..

The Hindu sadhu, which has been released since last 4 months, is not taking the name of the temple massacre, and after one, the Hindu sadhus are being assassinated in different parts of the country in a ruthless manner. The repetition of the murders of sadhus from Uttar Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, has now been repeated in Yogeshwar’s birthplace, Mathura, where the martyrs of Hanuman temple were slaughtered in a cruel manner in the Taliban style.

According to the news, the miscreants of the Hanuman temple in the Chausdar Kosikalam village of Mathura strangled and killed them. In the morning the villagers were informed about the incident and the sensation spread in the village. When the villagers raged about the matter, then the CO calm the villagers by explaining them. Police sends dead body for post-mortem. On the night of Mahant Haridas, who had been serving the Hanuman temple in the village Chowdar, for the past several years, thugs slung and murdered them.

The marks are found on his throat. His dead body was found lying on the stairs of the temple complex. About fifty-year-old Mahant Haridas was a resident of Marab, a village in Tehsil Tappal of Aligarh district. According to the villagers, in the morning to reach the temple to worship the village, Mahant’s dead body was lying on Takht. After which the sensation spread from the incident. On the information of the villagers, the CO umbrella reached with Jagadish Kaliraman Force. The villagers there ruckled to find the killers. The CO explained to the villagers and asked for help in providing clues to reach the killers.He told that the marks were found on the throat of Mahant. He is strangled and murdered. The body has been sent for post-mortem. Action will be taken based on the report..

I have been lost in Krishna Bhakti, I can not see neck cutting jitters, and Arsike Khan smiled saffron.

Arshi Khan, born in a Muslim family in the city of Yogeshwar Sri Krishna, became an attachment to Lord Krishna since childhood. All the restrictions of religion too could not be frozen with the worship of Shrikrishna.

Shrikrishna’s devotee Arsee Khan would be seen to see the moment when the insecurity was cut down on the name of the kurbani. Then Arshi Khan took the resolution and completely followed the path of Shri Krishna’s walk on the road. Let us tell you that Arshi Khan of Mathura has left Islam and has taken a saffron, that means returning home has adopted Hinduism. Along with adopting Hinduism, Arci Khan has sacrificed his life with the help of SSP Mathura, if there is a danger from his own family.

On Thursday, the woman reached the SSP’s office with the attorney, told that her attachment was from the beginning, Hinduism and Banke Bihari. Even though his name is Akshi Khan, he started to consider himself as Aarushi from the beginning. Arci Khan said that his family will not accept the change of religion but it does not make any difference to it. He told that his mind has always been dedicated to Banke Bihari ji, so he has adopted Hindu religion from Muslim religion.

Arsee Khan says that in the name of Eid, millions of animals are sacrificed in the name of Eid but instead of the animals bought for the sacrifice, instead of the remaining animals, the money can be changed in the welfare of the society. Arshi Khan said that while the Muslim people cut the cow, I would not have to cut any price and cow. Arci Khan said that he is not adopting Hindutva by coming under any pressure.

He said that when a child is able to cast votes when he is above eighteen years old, then he can also change his religion. Arci Khan said that the SSP should provide security to him that his family can do wrong with him.

Janmashtami 2018: 9 Interesting Facts About Janmashtami Celebrations In India

Janmashtami celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, the eighth human incarnation of Lord Vishnu

Krishna Janmashtami 2018: India is gearing up for Janmashtami, which would be celebrated on 2nd September 2018 this year. Janmashtami celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, the eighth human incarnation of Lord Vishnu

India is celebrating Janmashtami today. Janmashtami is one of the most widely celebrated festivals in India. It is also one of the oldest festivals of the subcontinent. Janmashtami celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, the eighth human incarnation of Lord Vishnu, who was born at midnight on the ‘eighth day’ or the ‘Ashtami’ of the holy month, Shravana, according to the Hindu Lunar calendar.

Towns like Mathura and Vrindavan start preparing for the festival weeks in advance. It was here that Lord Krishna spent his early formative years, the tales of which are recited and re-enacted across all major pandals that line the streets of Mathura and Vrindavan. Lord Krishna later moved to Dwarika in Gujarat, where he reigned as ‘Dwarkadheesh’ (King of Dwarika). Devotees in Dwarika also celebrate the festival in full fervour. They light up the ancient temple of Dwarika and prepare delicious bhog and prasad for the deity. Apart from this, devotees from different regions of the country have come up with their own local way of celebrating the festival over the years. Celebrations in south India are distinct from the ones in north India. In some parts of the country, Janmashtami celebrations go on for more than a day too.

From legends of his birth, valour and childhood revelry to his great penchant of food, Lord Krishna surely makes for one of the most loved characters in Hindu mythology.

1. The birth of Lord Krishna makes for one of the most loved folklores of all times. The kingdom of Mathura was under deep peril and misery during the rule of King Kansa. King Kansa had a sister, Devaki, who got married to Vasudeva. On the day of their wedding, the clouds roared with a prophecy that the eighth son of Devaki and Vasudev would be the cause of King Kansa’s death. Hearing this, he immediately threw Devaki and Vasudev into the prison (or ‘Karaghar’), and started killing all their children as soon as they were born.

2. It is said that Lord Krishna was born on midnight. To save Lord Krishna, Vasudeva was advised to take him to his friend, Nanda, who lived in Vrindavan. The torrential rains and thunderstorm made it a very difficult journey. But, Vasudeva was determined. He carried little Krishna on his head and kept walking. To protect him, Shesh Nag (the Snake God) also quietly rose from behind to cover his Lord from the rains.

3. Little Krishna grew up in the care of Yashoda and Nanda. He and his gang of friends were among the naughtiest children in the neighbourhood. He loved white butter so much that he would often steal all of it that Yashoda would make at home. Till date, makhan mishri (white butter and sugar crystals) is one of the most popular prasad made for the deity on Janmashtami.

4. There is a popular ritual of dahi handi, which is basically an imitation of the butter-stealing episodes of Lord Krishna. Boys gather in a compound and form a human pyramid to break open the earthen pot fixed at a height of 20-30 feet from the ground. The boy who stands at the top is called Govinda and the groups are either called handis or mandals.

5. Devotees of Lord Krishna observe a ritualistic fast during his birth anniversary. Devotees eat only a single meal a day before Janmashtami. On the fasting day, devotees take a ‘sankalpa’ to observe a day-long fast and to break it on the next day when the Ashtami Tithi is over. Through the day of fasting, no grains are consumed; the devotees take a meal comprising fruits and water, called ‘phallar’.

6. Krishna Janmashtami in Mathura, Vrindavan and parts of Braj is nothing short of a spectacle; temples and streets are decorated with beautiful lights. Sweetmeat shops are filled with delicious pedas and ladoos. Through the day, people throng the temples to pray to their deity. Idols of Lord Krishna and Radha are decked up in new clothes and placed on swings. On midnight, they perform the ‘Krishna abhishekam’, with milk, ghee and water, and proceed to offer ‘bhog’ to the God.

7. The following day, which is referred to as ‘Nanda Utsav’, as an offering to the Lord, devotees put together a list of 56 food items, which is referred to as the ‘chappan bhog’. This is later distributed among the people after the fast. It constitutes Krishna’s favourite dishes and usually includes cereals, fruits, dry fruits, sweets, drinks, namkeen and pickles in quantities of eight under each category. Some of the common items that are found in the bhog are makhan mishri, kheer, rasgulla, jalebi, rabri, mathri, malpua, mohanbhog, chutney, murabba, saag, dahi, Khichadi, tikkis, milk and cashews.

8. The legend of chappan bhog is tied to the episode of Govardhan parvat. Once due to the wrath of Lord Indra, the God of rains, Vrindavan was flooded. It rained continuously for many days in a row. People in Vrindavan went to Lord Krishna, who directed all of them towards Govardhan hill. He then lifted Govardhan hill on his little finger, under which all the villagers took refuge. He stood there for seven days without moving and eating anything. Once the rain subsided, people presented him 56 food items.

9. Janmashtami is celebrated across the country with many local variations. People in Tamil Nadu draw beautiful and elaborated patterns called Kolam, made with rice batter on the entrances of their houses and tiny footprints of little Krishna entering their houses. 

Five Bangladeshi captives arrested from the birthplace of Lord Krishna … told how and in India, who came to Mathura .

The transition of Bangladeshi infiltrators across the country is continuing to spread.

Bangladeshi intruders are constantly infecting India On the one hand, all the opposition political parties are opposing the NRC draft brought for identifying illegal Bangladeshi intruders in Assam, whereas on the other hand, the transition of Bangladeshi infiltrators across the country is continuing to spread.

Perhaps the Bangladeshi intruders also know that in India they are sitting very much, very sympathetic. Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh Police arrested five Bangladeshi infiltrators including two women from Kosikalan in Mathura on Tuesday. Three Bangladeshi currency, two mobile phones, one diary has been recovered from the possession of the captured Bangladeshi nationals. Police is searching for people who bring these people to India.

The Mathura police have registered a case against these five illegal Bangladeshi nationals under the Foreigners Act and Passport Act. Mathura SP rural Aditya Kumar Shukla said that on the basis of information received from the charge inspector Amit Kumar, we managed to catch all these illegal Bangladeshi nationals near Idgah on Monday night. Mathura SP Aditya Kumar Shukla said that when we asked for identity documents from these people, they could not show any kind of documents.

After that in our inquiries, these people have all the Bangladeshi citizens and they have entered illegally in India. The accused have been identified as Bachu Sardar, Hafizul, Asraf, Rasida, Moriyum. The police is looking for agent Gaffur and his partner to bring them to India.

.Mathura Superintendent of Police Aditya Kumar Shukla said that the campaign will be organized in collaboration with Palwal police, which could arrest the Bangladeshi living illegally. It is feared that there may be more Bangladeshi citizens in the city. Not only that, Mathura Police has also feared that many gangs in the district can be active, who help them stay here by making fake documents of people who illegally entered the country.