Happy Janmashtami

Change is the law of the world. In a moment you become the owner of millions, in the other you become penniless,” Lord Krishna.

Let’s welcome this change to be our guiding light starting this Krishna Janmashtami.

Wishing all our readers a very Happy Janmashtami! Bright yet subtle, over-joyous yet simple, full of festivities yet safe, may the birth of Lord Krishna be the birth of your dreams!

Honestly speaking, I do not remember the Janmashtmi of 2020. People might have celebrated it, but I don’t carry a distinct remembrance of the same as all was done under an umbrella of restrictions. The last I remember is of 2019 – decorated temples, colorful ambience, sky sparkling bright with diyas and lights. The numerous creative jhankis and the enthusiastically adorned Krishna’s swing – were all we wanted to see on Gokulashtami. 

While we successfully functioned in binary till now, i.e., either celebrate fully or not celebrate at all (2020). This year, however, we are confused. We want to break the chains and dance and celebrate in the glory of Lord Krishna. Nevertheless, the thoughts of overcrowding and impending disease scare us. Even so, the way I know my fellow Indians, the temples would be overcrowded today!

So, if we are stepping out, why not do it a bit more confidently?

Here, ‘Sterloc’ comes running to infuse that confidence in you. 

  • Hey, I am non-alcoholic. I know some people don’t allow the use of alcohol near or within temples. Please use me – I am all that an alcohol disinfectant can be (even better ;)).
  • Hello, I know you use all types of materials for your magnificent temples. But don’t worry, with me, your magnificence stays intact. There is no risk of corrosion or any damage whatsoever.
  • Yes, Yes I know – people of all ages come to temples. Have faith – I am a good baby for babies, young and oldies. They all will love me.
  • And why not – it’s a place of God – humans and animals welcomed alike ☺. You may spray me on and near dogs, cows, and cats. They won’t even know, and they’ll be disinfected.

What more should I say about myself – I am a humble disinfectant. Try me and know more about me ☺. I care for you, and your skin will love me!

Yes, our Sterloc wants to make your Janmashtmi and the festive season around happier. ☺

Avani Raj Arora

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