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Janmashtami celebration commemorates the birth of Lord Krishna. This year Janmashtami will be observed on August 18, 2022. To honour the birth of their beloved Lord and demonstrate their devotion to him, people from all over the country fast on this holiday.


Because of the tales our family has heard about Lord Krishna stealing Makhan Mishri, we have developed a passion for all things sweet and delectable. This year, let's make this Sri Krishnashtami festive season memorable with Janmashtami Special Snacks online from Sweet Karam Coffee.

How is Janmashtami Celebrated?

Janmashtami is celebrated all around the nation with great fervour and joy.

On this day, people hold a famous Dahi handi competition in several locations; some, on the other side, decorate a cradle of Lord Krishna and pay him homage on Janmashtami.

Fasting and praying are the two most important aspects of celebrating JanmashtamiMany individuals celebrate by observing a full-day fast and consume only sweet or savoury meals cooked with sendha namak to celebrate Janmashtami. Along with fasting, the Krishan devotees also go to Krishna temples to get a sense of religion.

Make this Janmashtmi Special with Traditional Sweets and Snacks from Sweet Karam Coffee

Because Lord Krishna represents love, laughter, music, and dancing, he can be made happy by a delicious feast. Whether you prepare a basic or lavish spread, remember to serve him from the heart. And, if you are observing fast on Krishna Janmashtami this year, then we have Krishna Janmashtami Special Sweets Online and Janmashtami Snacks available for you.


Try our special combo of Gokulashtami Snacks online: Seedai, Vella Seedai, Kai Murukku, Special Mixture, Urundai, Manoharam and Sukku Vellam. Treat your taste buds with our healthy Janmashtami sweets and go down memory lane when your grandmother used to prepare everything unique for you on the occasion of Krishna Jayanti.

Why Buy from Sweet Karam Coffee

Happiness is homemade, according to Sweet Karam Coffee, which boasts over 80,000 committed customers. Through our 90+ handmade products, we are passing along age-old family recipes to new generations. Every one of our homemade products has a classic flavour that brings to mind your grandmother's home cooking, thanks to the steadfast affection of our consumers and diverse home cooks.


Along with our traditional Janmashtami sweets online, check out our wholesome desserts and meals, including bakery items, pickles, butter, health mix, quick ready mix, and other varieties of vadams appalam. We also provide a sizable range of hand-selected and organic mango online that has been naturally matured.


With our delicious DIY Kulfi Combos, handmade squashes and sharbat, maavadus, healthy chocolate, cookies, and other snack options, you can prioritise healthy eating.


We also offer a wide range of jaggery-based sweets and promise purity with organic oil, ghee and butter. So, do not let your hunger growl in your stomach treat it with organic food products from Sweet Karam Coffee.


Our user-friendly web platform guides you through a simple process so you can easily order mangoes online. You can easily order freshly baked sweets and buy sweets online with just a few clicks at our Chennai location.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Which sweet is made on Janmashtami?

Sweets made of milk, dry fruits and jaggery are most commonly preferred on Janmashtami. Buy best in taste traditional homemade Krishna Jayanthi sweets online at Sweet Karam Coffee.

What sweets did Lord Krishna like?

Lord Krishna liked Makhan Mishri the most! Being an epitome of love and purity, he loves everything you offer him by your heart. So, why not serve him with the best in quality Gokulashtami Sweets online from Sweet Karam Coffee. Made in hygienic conditions by our local chefs, all our sweets and snacks online are made from high-quality ingredients.

What is Prasad offered to Lord Krishna?

Makhan Mishri is one of the most popular Janmashtami sweets or prasad offered to Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna has enjoyed eating makhan since he was young, and there are many tales regarding this. Bal Gopal enjoys it the best and finds it simple to cook.


In the South, it is always a custom to offer Butter, Sukku Vellam, Naval Pazham (Java plum), Seedai, Vella Seedai, Manogaram & much more.  Buy the best Homemade Janmashtami sweets online and get them delivered to your doorstep.


What can we eat on Krishna Janmashtami?

Without milk and curd, a Janmashtami celebration would not be complete. Fresh fruit smoothies and sweet lassi are both acceptable treats during a fast. While many individuals refrain from eating or drinking on Janmashtami, others choose to partake in vrat ka khana. Sabudana can be consumed as Khichadi or Kheer and Kuttu Ka Aata as a "Parantha." Many people eat "Pakoda," "chips," "papad," and "Kuttu and Singadha Puris." Such foods should be avoided because they can cause issues like acidity and gas.

What should be avoided during Janmashtami?

It is strictly forbidden to eat meat or other non-vegetarian meals during fasting. Onion and garlic are not used in the feast, or bhog, that is prepared for the Janmashtami celebration. Garlic and onion should not be used or consumed when following the Janmashtami fast.