Dr. P Kamath, a Mangalore-based cardiologist, celebrated Janmashtami with his patient who prepared an astonishing 88 dishes for Lord Krishna.

The cardiologist proudly shared pictures of his patient's culinary feat on a viral social media post.

Janmashtami is a significant Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Lord Krishna, an avatar of Lord Vishnu, observed on September 6 and 7.

Mathura and Vrindavan are prominent places for Janmashtami celebrations, being associated with Krishna's birth and upbringing.

A highlight of the festivities is the Dahi Handi event, where young men form human pyramids to break pots filled with curd, emulating Krishna's playful antics.

Dr. Kamath commended his patient's devotion to Lord Krishna and her ability to surpass her previous record.

The viral post not only featured the patient's photo but also showcased images of the 88 dishes prepared for Gokulashtami. #janamashtami