Jai Shri Krishna (English: Hail Lord Krishna) is an Indian drama television series produced by Sagar Pictures, which aired on Colors from 21 July 2008 to 15 September 2009. It is the remake of Ramanand Sagar's successful show Sri Krishna and was handled by Moti Sagar (son of Ramanand Sagar) of Sagar Pictures. It is based on Mahabharata, Harivamsa, Bhagavata Purana and the Vishnu Purana.

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  • Jai Shri Krishna (English: Hail Lord Krishna) is an Indian drama television series produced by Sagar Pictures, which aired on Colors from 21 July 2008 to 15 September 2009. It is the remake of Ramanand Sagar's successful show Sri Krishna and was handled by Moti Sagar (son of Ramanand Sagar) of Sagar Pictures. It is based on Mahabharata, Harivamsa, Bhagavata Purana and the Vishnu Purana. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna, a major deity in Hinduism. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna, a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna, a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet others another person for complete success. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna, a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet others another person for complete success. In one instance in Hindu mythology, when demons failed to Kill Krishna, Kansa thought to kill him by inviting him to . On reaching Mathura, Krishna met with one of Kansa's washerman, who was also a soldier tried to kill Krishna assuming he will be rewarded. Looking at the soldier's failed attemot and Krishna's strength, the crowd accumulated in market poured with slogans on Krishna and such as Jai Shri Krishna, Jai Shri Balram and Jai Shri Vasudev. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna, a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet others another person for complete success. In one instance in Hindu mythology, when demons failed to Kill Krishna, Kansa thought to kill him by inviting him to Mathura. On reaching Mathura, Krishna met with one of Kansa's washerman, who was also a soldier tried to kill Krishna assuming he will be rewarded. Looking at the soldier's failed attemot and Krishna's strength, the crowd accumulated in market poured with slogans on Krishna and such as Jai Shri Krishna, Jai Shri Balram and Jai Shri Vasudev. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet others another person for complete success. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and is also been used as a greeting between people, specially the elder ones in the family. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting between people, specially the elder ones in the family. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna is also (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting between people, specially the elder ones in the family. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used to greet people on the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting between people, specially the elder ones in the family. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used to greet people on the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting between people, specially the elder ones in the family. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. In present day, Jai Shri Ram is widely used among the Jain community. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. In present day, Jai Shri Ram is widely used among the Jain community and residents of Gujarat, both based in and out of India. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. In present day, Jai Shri Krishna is widely used among the Jain community and residents of Gujarat, both based in and out of India. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. In present day, Jai Shri Krishna is widely used among the Jain community, residents of Gujarat and residents of Rajasthan, either based in and out of India. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. In present day, Jai Shri Krishna is widely used among the Jain community, Gujataris and Rajasthanis, based in and out of India. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna" or "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. In present day, Jai Shri Krishna is widely used among the Jain community, Gujataris and Rajasthanis, based in and out of India. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna" or "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi, which celebrates the the birth of Krishna. In present day, Jai Shri Krishna is widely used among the Jain community, Gujataris and Rajasthanis, based in and out of India. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna" or "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi, which celebrates the birth of Krishna. In present day, Jai Shri Krishna is widely used among the Jain community, Gujataris and Rajasthanis, based in and out of India. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna" or "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi, which celebrates the birth of Krishna. In present day, Jai Shri Krishna is widely used among the Jain community, Gujataris and Rajasthanis, based in and out of India. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna" or "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Greeting someone with "Jai Shree Krishna" means you are blessing them that "May you get enriched with all that lord Krishna taught us in Shreemad Bhagawad Gita and win yourself out of all odds of the materialistic world". Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi, which celebrates the birth of Krishna. In present day, Jai Shri Krishna is widely used among the Vaishnav community, Jain community, Gujataris and Rajasthanis, based in and out of India. (en)
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  • Jai Shri Krishna (English: Hail Lord Krishna) is an Indian drama television series produced by Sagar Pictures, which aired on Colors from 21 July 2008 to 15 September 2009. It is the remake of Ramanand Sagar's successful show Sri Krishna and was handled by Moti Sagar (son of Ramanand Sagar) of Sagar Pictures. It is based on Mahabharata, Harivamsa, Bhagavata Purana and the Vishnu Purana. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna, a major deity in Hinduism. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna, a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna, a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet others another person for complete success. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna, a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet others another person for complete success. In one instance in Hindu mythology, when demons failed to Kill Krishna, Kansa thought to kill him by inviting him to . On reaching Mathura, Krishna met with one of Kansa's washerman, who was also a soldier tried to kill Krishna assuming he will be rewarded. Looking at the soldier's failed attemot and Krishna's strength, the crowd accumulated in market poured with slogans on Krishna and such as Jai Shri Krishna, Jai Shri Balram and Jai Shri Vasudev. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna, a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet others another person for complete success. In one instance in Hindu mythology, when demons failed to Kill Krishna, Kansa thought to kill him by inviting him to Mathura. On reaching Mathura, Krishna met with one of Kansa's washerman, who was also a soldier tried to kill Krishna assuming he will be rewarded. Looking at the soldier's failed attemot and Krishna's strength, the crowd accumulated in market poured with slogans on Krishna and such as Jai Shri Krishna, Jai Shri Balram and Jai Shri Vasudev. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet others another person for complete success. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and is also been used as a greeting between people, specially the elder ones in the family. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting between people, specially the elder ones in the family. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna is also (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting between people, specially the elder ones in the family. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used to greet people on the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting between people, specially the elder ones in the family. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used to greet people on the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting between people, specially the elder ones in the family. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Jai Shri Krishna expression is widely used expression to greet people during the Hindu festival of Janmashtmi. In present day, Jai Shri Ram is widely used among the Jain community. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna" or "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet an another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna" or "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. (en)
  • Jai Shri Krishna (or Jai Shree Krishna) is a Hindi expression, translating as "Glory to Krishna" or "Victory to Krishna", a major deity in Hinduism. The glory expression is believed to have hailed from the Mahajans and Vaishnavites. The expression is said to greet another person wishing them full of success and has also been used as a greeting accompanied with namaste or bowing head, specially while greeting elder ones. Greeting someone with "Jai Shree Krishna" means you are blessing them that "May you get enriched with all that lord Krishna taught us in Shreemad Bhagawad Gita and win yourself out of all odds of the materialistic world". (en)
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