Happy Govardhan Puja Wishes, WhatsApp Status, Messages & Images

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Govardhan Puja is the part of 5 day long festivities of Diwali and it is is celebrated a day after Diwali.

Every year Krishna Janamastami is celebrated as a way to remember the story of Gokul which had been saved from rains at that time. In fact, it is believed that the God of Rain, Lord Indra was angered by their decision to worship a hill (Annakut hill or Govardhan Parbat) instead of him and caused uncontrollable rains during Govardhan Puja to punish them. This is when Lord Krishna lifted Govardhan Hill on his pinky finger in order to protect people from drowning.

You can use these Govardhan Puja wishes, greetings, messages, status, images, WhatsApp status to spread happiness around you on this auspicious day!

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Frequently Asked Questions

You can wish people on Govardhan Puja by sending the following messages on phone or social media or you can put up Govardhan Puja status on your Facebook or WhatsApp.

  1. On this auspicious day Govardhan welcomes peace, warmth and joy. Happy Govardhan!
  2. May lord Krishna bless you and your family with loads of happiness and glory. Happy Govardhan puja!

According to the legend, Lord Krishna advised the natives of Gokul to worship the Govardhan Hill instead of Lord Indra. The natives of Gokul got convinced by this and decided to worship Govardhan hill. This angered Lord Indra and he caused heavy rains in Gokul. Then Lord Krishna saved everyone by lifting Govardhan Parbat on his little finger and people took shelter under the hill.

The five days of Diwali starts with Dhanteras on Day 1, Choti Diwali on Day 2, Diwali on Day 3, Govardhan Puja on Day 4 and Bhai Dooj on Day 5.


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