The tale of Mahabharata has a lot to do with the life of Lord Krishna.
During the Dharma Yuddha or righteous war between two Pandavas and Kauravas, Lord Krishna played the charioteer of Arjuna.
He was counselling Arjuna on various segments of life like Dharma (righteous path), Karma (deeds), Theistic Devotion, Yogic ideals, salvation, knowledge, etc. because Arjuna was in emotional turmoil in killing his brothers and cousins.
The verses mentioned in this book is often called a life guide or spiritual dictionary.
Lord Krishna stated that whenever there will be prominence of evil deeds in this universe, he will reincarnate in various looks and attire to show the path of right and peace to people.
The sole reason of celebrating this festival is bringing people together so that principles of unity strengthens.
Dahi Handi is another important aspect of this festival that is observed in the second day of Janmashtami.
As a kid Lord Krishna was named “Makhanchor” or the one who steals butter.
He used to steal butter from every household of Gokul. Dahi Handi is an event where the same butter stealing activity of Lord Krishna is narrated.
An earthen pot or handi is filled with butter, clarified butter or ghee, dry fruits, and milk is suspended at a considerable height with help of ropes.
All the local young guys gather to make a human pyramid and climb on each other to reach the handi and break it.
This is an activity that teaches the team work principles.
Credits :Article from Times of India