Prior to beginning the Janmashtami story, do you realize for what reason is it celebrated on the eight-day or Janmashtami? It is accepted that Krishna is the eighth son, Devaki. Along these lines, Happy Krishna Janmashtami is commended on the eighth day.
As per Hindu folklore, the insidious ruler Kansa governed Mathura. To expand his realm, he wedded his sister with Vasudeva, the Yadu ruler. After the marriage, Kansa chose to give the love birds sumptuous blessings since he needs to acquire the trust of Vasudeva. Be that as it may, paradise has another arrangement for them. At the point when he steers of the marital chariot, a voice from paradise blasts that his insidious ways will reach an end by his sister's eighth youngster. Hence the Birth of Lord Krishna on Janmashtami Day is auspicious.