New Delhi: Krishna Janmashtami, also known as Janmashtami, is a significant Hindu festival that marks the birth of Lord Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. This year, Janmashtami will be celebrated on September 6 and 7.
Janmashtami celebrations typically include devotional songs, dance performances, elaborate reenactments of Krishna’s childhood adventures, known as “Raas Leela”, and dahi handi competitions.
To teach your kids about Krishna Janmashtami, you can get all creative with them and ask them to make Janmashtami drawing. This creative activity will help them connect with the rich mythology and teachings associated with Lord Krishna.
Janmashtami drawing ideas
Through their drawings, children can depict scenes from Krishna’s life, such as his stealing butter, playing the flute or lifting the Govardhan Parvat. Here are some easy Janmastami drawing ideas, explained step-by-step:
Janmashtami drawing easy
Check out this step-by-step drawing of Lord Krishna playing Bansuri with a big mor pank in the background.
Make this easy drawing of baby Krishna for Janmashtami celebration.
Check out this easy drawing of matki, bansuri and mor pankh.
Janmashtami matki drawing
Make this drawing of Lord Krishna standing with matkis filled with butter for Janmashtami.
Mor pankh drawing
Make this Janmashtami drawing of mor pankh, flute and matki.
You can also make this drawing of Lord Krishna playing the flute to celebrate Janmashtami.
Radha Krishna drawing
Try this easy and beautiful Radha Krishna drawing.
Janmashtami drawing easy with colour
Here is another Janmashtami drawing of Krishna sporting a mor pankh while playing the bansuri,