Sunday, December 19, 2010

Significance of Pair in divine life as envisaged & flashed by me on the f.b. on Dec.20,2010

Bishwa Nath Singh

It is a common feature of Hinduism when one worships of a pair rather than one personality constitutes worship of God, such is worship of Radha Krishna. Traditions worshiping Krishna, as svayam bhagavan, who is male, include reference and veneration to his Radha, who is worshiped as supreme. It’s an accepted view that union of Radha..and Krishna may indicate the union of Sakti with the Saktiman, and this view exists well outside of orthodox Vaishnavism or Krishnaism. From the Vaishnava point of view the divine feminine energy implies a divine source of energy, God or shaktiman. Sita relates to Rama; Lakshmi belongs to Narayana; Radha has Her Krishna.As Krishna is believed to be the source of all manifestations of God, Shri Radha, His consort, is the original source of all shaktis or feminine manifestation of divine energyLet us pay our humble obeisance's to them!

( Picture of Radha & Krishna)

· Share: You, Niranjana K Thakur and Chetan Pandey like this.

Bishwa Nath Singh
Let us pay our humble obeisances to their lotus feet!

5 hours ago · LikeUnlike · 1 person



No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.