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Ahoi Ashtami Radha Kund Snan 2021: Importance of bathe in Radha Kund on Ahoi Ashtami

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Ahoi Ashtami Radha Kund Snan 2021: According to Hindu Calendar, every year the Ashtami of Krishna Paksha of Karthik month is celebrated as Ahoi Ashtami. The Vrat of Ahoi Ashtami has great significance. On Ahoi Ashtami, women kept Nirjala Vrat and prays for the long life of their children. This Year (2021), the Ahoi Ashtami is falling on 28 October. On Ahoi Ashtami, Ahoi Mata, who is one of the forms of Goddess Parvati is worshipped. On this Day, women kept fast for the whole day without even a single drop of water and prays to the goddess for Long-Life of their kids. The Vrat is also considered auspicious for those, who don’t have children. It is believed that those who keep fast on this day with full devotion and worship Ahoi Mata, they get children soon.

So, we all know that Ahoi Ashtami Vrat is kept for the long life of Children and for the birth of a child in their house. But, do you know as per Hindu Shastra, there is a kind of kund in India about which it is believed that, those who bathe in that kund on Ahoi Ashtami, get a child soon. We’re talking about Radha Kund, which is situated in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh.

Significance of Ahoi Ashtami Radha Kund Snan

Radha Kund is not exactly located in Mathura. Radha Kund is located in Govardhan Parikrama, about 26 km far from Mathura city. It is believed about this Kund that, if any childless couple bathes in this Kund on the midnight of Ashtami of Krishna Paksha, they will soon get a child. For this reason, people come from far and wide to take bath in this pool on Ahoi Ashtami.

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Mythological Belief about Radha Kund

In Mathura, the festival of Ahoi Ashtami is being celebrated every year since olden times. On the day Ahoi Ashtami, both husband and wife take vrat and bathe in the river at midnight. Not only this, when the wish of the couple is fulfilled. They come here on the day of Ahoi Ashtami with their children to attend the shelter of Radha Rani.

According to a mythological belief, Lord Krishna used to go to Govardhan to graze his cows. Meanwhile, a demon named Arishtasur attacked Lord Krishna in the form of a cow-calf, but Lord Krishna killed him. The Radha Kund area was earlier known as Aridha forest, the city of the demon Arishtasur. As Lord Krishna killed Arishtasur in the form of a cow, Radha warned Shri Krishna that he would incur the sin of killing the cow. Hearing this, Shri Krishna dug a pool with his flute and bathed in it. On this Radha Rani also dug a second pool with her bracelet next to it and bathed in it. The kund of Shri Krishna is called Shyam Kund, while the kund of Radha Rani is called Radha Kund.

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