Krishna Bhajan shows eternal love and devotions of devotees towards Lord Krishna. To venerate the presence of Lord Krishna on the auspicious day of Janmashtami, religious people sing melodious bhajan. Know here some popular Hindi Krishna Bhajans.
Krishna Janmashtami symbolizes the birth of Lord Krishna. On this auspicious day, devotes cheerfully dedicate aarti, songs, and Krishna bhajan to commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna on earth. It is believed that Lord Krishna was born in Dwapar Yuga for diminishing the tyranny of rude King Kans. Krishna Bhajans express the true devotion of devotees inclined towards Lord Vishnu. Hindu people admire many names of Lord Krishna like Radhe Shyam, Kanha, Gopal Ji, Makhan Chor, Nandlal, Govind, Murari and so on. Bhajan of Krishna elicit the devotion and love for Lord Krishna. On Krishna Janmashtami day, you can hear harmonious echo of Krishna Bhajan everywhere. In all parts of India, Krishna Janamashtami is vivaciously celebrated. Playing or singing Krishna Bhajan is a small part of this auspicious day to delight Lord Krishna. Radha and Krishna are together considered as the 'divine couple of love' and worshiped on the day of Janmashtami. Some religious people truly, madly love Lord Krishna. One best example is Meera who profoundly loved and was truly dedicated to Lord Krishna.
Singing Krishna Bhajan adds pleasant fragrance in your devotion. Therefore, Krishna Bhajan or songs of Krishna are sung on the day of Janmashtami.
Kabhi Ram Banke Kabhi Shyam Banake
This is one of the popular bhajans dedicated for Lord Krishna. This bhajan is especially sung on the auspicious day of Krishna Janmashtami. Devotees request Lord Vishnu, through the medium of this bhajan, to come back on earth with avatar of Ram and Shyam. Lord Vishnu has many embodiments or avatar. In Treta Yuga (Silver Age) Lord Vishnu came on earth with avtar of Lord Rama. Shyam is second name of Lord Krishna of Dwapar Yuga. This Krishna bhajan is easily available on internet.
Yashomati Maiya se Bole Nand lala Radha Kyu Gauri Main kyu Kala
Lord Krishna complains her mother Yashoda about his black complexion through this song. This is a heart-touching bhajan or song from an old movie in which Kanha expresses his sadness that why Radha is so fair and he is black.
Shyam Chudi Bhechne Aya
This Krishna Bhajan shows eternal love of Gopis who were devotees of winsome Krishna. Though this song, Krishna is believed to sell bangles in a very pleasant manner. All Gopies and devotees mesmerize seeing charming face of Krishna.
Tu hi Mata Tu hi Pita hai, Tu hi to hai Radha Ka Shyam
Ghazal Maestro Jagjit Singh wonderfully sung this Krishna bhajan. Words of this bhajan express that Krishan is everything for us-mother, father and also Shyam of Radha.
Jai Jai Radha Raman Hari Bol
This is again a soothing, pleasing, and calming Krishna Bhajan which you can dedicate to Lord Krishna on this Krishna Janmashtami.
Shri Krishna Govind Hare Murari He Nath Narayan Vasudeva
These beautiful lines are from popular bhakti serial Shri Krishna presented by Rama Nand Sagar. Whenever you will listen this bhakti song you'll notice abundant peace and purity in your heart.
O Palan Hare
This is truly a melodious Krishna bhajan. This popular song is from Hindi movie Lagan which is dedicated to Lord Krishna. Words of this song express that no one is for us in this world except Bhagavan Vishnu who nourishes all living beings on earth. Lord Krishna is pious and graceful.
This song has been taken from Hindi movie Jodha-Akbar. Jodha used to sing this bhajan every morning to dedicate to Lord Krishna.
Om Jai Jagdish Hare
This is the evergreen and common arti or bhajan of Lord Vishnu. For religious occasions related to Lord Krishna, this arti is performed. In every Hindu religious home, you can hear people singing this popular arti during morning and evening arti time.
Therefore, the above given Krishna Bhajans are available for free download on various places on Internet. It means you can search these bhajan by given names on internet, can hear and can completely immerse you in profound bhakti of Lord Krishna.
Mammoth emotions of devotees are attached with Lord Krishna, and their true devotions are seen when they sing Krishna Bhajan.