Gopashtami is a Hindu holiday on the day following Ashtami Tithi in the month of Kartik Shuka Paksha. It celebrates Lord Krishna's lifting of the Govardhan Parvat (mountain) on this day, an act that saved the people of Braj. Cows and calves are decorated and worshipped as part of the celebration. PLEASE NOTE: We use the Indian civil calendar, the official holiday calendar in India. The Hindu faith has many calendars, each specific to different regions and tribes, with dates and celebrations marked by differing positions of the sun, moon, and stars. Names of months and holidays and the corresponding dates in the Gregorian Calendar may vary widely from one calendar to the next. Determine the proper calendar before attending local events.
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