Janamashtami is a big day and celebrated all over India. Jammu too shares similar traditions and celebrates Janamashtami its own way. Though our traditions might be similar to the rest of India, yet there is a special charm to our Duggar and its celebrations of the day.
Jammu Virasat compiles a list of activities that Dogras perform on the day.
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Cradle for the Lord: People enthusiastically make cradles with wood, clothes and other decorative items and place the infant Krishna in it. It is long and hung from the ceiling. At midnight, when the Lord takes birth, the cradle is swayed gently by devotees.
Night out: Women, kids and some men also, go to the temple and sing bhajans etc celebrating the birth of the Lord. Temples are brightly lit and there is a different aura to them on this darkest night of the month.