Kansa Vadh: Know Why Lord Krishna Put An End To His Uncle’s Life

Among various forms of Lord Krishna, one is divine and mystical and widely known to end the terror of his maternal uncle, Kansa. The day Lord Krishna killed his maternal uncle was the day of Ekadashi of Kartik Shukla Paksha. To celebrate this important day, the festival of Kansa Vadh is observed on the Ekadashi Tithi of Shukla Paksha falling in the month of Kartik every year. This year, this festival will be celebrated on 24 November – Tuesday.

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So through this article, we offer you some detailed information about this day. Also, this article also provides accurate details about the auspicious muhurat for this day and some interesting facts about this occasion.

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Kansa Vadh Shubh Muhurat

Dashami Tithi Begins – November 24, 2020, 00:34

Dashami Tithi Ends– November 25, 2020, upto 26:44:08

How Lord Vishnu Marked The End Of Kansa?

Egoistic and tyrannical Kansa had strategised millions of plans to kill Lord Krishna. As stated in the scriptures, according to a prophecy, it was said that Kansa was to be slaughtered at the hands of the eighth child of his sister Devaki. Hearing this, Kansa got so shocked that he imprisoned his sister and brother-in-law and carried out every move to kill Lord Krishna. However, in the end, Kansa died at the hands of Lord Krishna.

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It is said that before killing Kansa Mama, Lord Krishna had killed two of his wrestlers acting as his protective armour. Both these wrestlers Mushthik and Chanur were extremely powerful. When Lord Krishna, along with his elder brother Balaram, reached Kansa’s palace to kill him, both these wrestlers challenged him to fight. As a result, Mushthik confronted Balarama and Chanur started his fight with Lord Krishna. In the end, Lord Krishna and Balarama defeated both these wrestlers and slaughtered them for good.

Kansa got frightened after seeing two of his powerful and huge wrestlers dead. Witnessing the wrath of Lord Krishna and Balarama, the whole army of Kansa ran away like cowards. However, drowned in ego, Kansa took out his sword to attack Lord Krishna, while on the other side, Lord Krishna stood unarmed in front of him.

Just as Kansa went ahead and made his move to injure Lord Krishna, Lord Krishna slammed Kansa by pulling down his hair, thereby making him fall on the ground. Before Kansa could understand anything, he got up and hit Lord Krishna again. Watching this, Lord Krishna climbed on his chest and took away his life. In this way, Lord Krishna liberated the commons from the tyranny of Kansa.

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Interesting Facts About Kansa

  • Kansa was the son of King Ugrasena of Mathura. However, in the greed of the throne, Kansa imprisoned his own father and became the king himself.
  • Devaki was Kansa’s cousin, whom Kansa had a lot of attachment to, but after hearing the prophecy about him dying from the hands of Devaki’s eighth child, Kansa put Devaki and her husband behind the bars.
  • Kansa married two daughters of the king of Magadha.
  • When Kansa came to know that Krishna is in Gokul Dham, from then till his death, he tried his level best to kill Lord Krishna, all of which was a failure.
  • In the end, Lord Krishna killed Kansa, reassigned King Ugrasena his throne and freed the people of Mathura from Kansa’s terror and sin.

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