Bishwa Nath Singh
It has been mentioned in holy books that in Mahabharata battle fought at Kurukshetra none dared to attack Krishna though other charioteers were badly attacked and injured and most of them had lost their lives. Lord Krishna eliminated Arjuna’s doubts by narrating the Bhagwat Gita to him verbally and imparting him with spiritual expe...riences, which are beyond words. During the said war Krishna had adopted the Dnyan Mudra (mudra of knowledge).After the war, was over, there was a conversation between a vulture and a fox about the deceased. In it, They had also discussed the faults of all men, including those of Yudhishthira ,King of Righteousness (Dharma), but not a single fault was discoved in Lord Krishna and as such they did not discuss anything about Lord Krishna.
..( Photo of Lord Krishna is seen with a cow playing his fluit)
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Bishwa Nath Singh:
Lord Krishna is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, as described by the Vedas. The Vedas are the eternal truths of life originating in India that have been passed down from time immemorial originally through oral reception, and more recentl...y through written scripture in the Sanskrit language. Though there are many different religions in the world each having their own name for God, God is still one. There isn’t one God for Hindus and another for Christians and Jews.Even in the Vedic literatures, God has many names and many different incarnations and expansions. Lord Krishna is the original of all other expansions. In Sanskrit, the word Krishna means “all-attractive.” Krishna is the most beautiful, powerful, famous, wealthy, wise and renounced. Since He possesses all these opulence at the same time and in full, He is defined as the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Lord Krishna personally appeared on this planet some five thousand years ago in Mathura, India. The reasons behind His advent were many, but they were primarily to kill the demon Kamsa and give protection and salvation to His devotees. Krishna was born as the eighth son of His father and mother, Vasudeva and Devaki. At the time of His birth, Krishna’s parents were prisoners of Devaki’s brother King Kamsa. A prophecy had warned Kamsa that he would one day be killed by Devaki’s eighth son. Thus Kamsa had killed every one of Devaki’s first seven children and was planning on doing the same to Lord Krishna. In order to protect his newborn son, Vasudeva transported Krishna to Vrindavan.In Vrindavan, Lord Krishna was raised by His foster parents, Nanda Maharaj and Yashoda.. Lord Krishna was an absolute incarnation (Samparipurn Avatar). An absolute incarnation is not actually an incarnation but The Lord Himself; hence it possesses all the characteristics of The Lord. Some special features and missions of Lord Krishna are enumerated below.Devaki and Vasudev were the parents of Krishna. On the command of Lord Vishnu, the Great Illusion (Yogamaya) placed the seventh child of Devaki in the womb of Vasudev’s second wife, Rohini and Herself entered the womb of Devaki. After birth when Kansa came to kill Her, She escaped from his clutches and left for Her abode. Krishna is Devaki’s eighth child. After He was born, Vasudev took Him to the home of Nanda and Yashoda in Gokul. Vasudev also sent Rohini along with her son to Gokul. The priest of the Yadu dynasty, Sage Garga at the request of Vasudev, secretly performed the naming ceremony of both the children, Rohini’s son as Rama and Devaki’s as Krishna. Later Rama came to be known as Balaram because of the tremendous strength that He possessed.Lord Krishna went to Mathura to slay Kansa at the age of seven years. It was then that His childhood ended. In Vrindavan, Lord Krishna was raised by His foster parents, Nanda Maharaj and Yashoda. He enacted many wonderful pastimes in His childhood. Krishna has many different names, such as Govinda, Gopala, Giridhari, and Damodara to name a few. These names are all based on His different pastimes and activities. The Lord grew up as a cowherd and He brought joy to all who lived in Vrindavan. In pictures, Krishna is usually seen standing with His eternal consort, Shrimati Radharani. After the slaying of Kansa and the thread ceremony, Balaram and Krishna went to the ashram of Guru Sandipani in the city of Avanti. There within a span of sixty-four days He learnt the fourteen types of sciences (vidyas) and the sixty-four arts (kalas). Generally to learn one science one requires two to two and a half years. He was close even to people who were much older than Him. At the age of just seven, Krishna did not allow the milkmaids to go to Mathura because He did not want that His childhood ended. In Vrindavan, Lord Krishna was raised by His foster parents, Nanda Maharaj and Yashoda. He enacted many wonderful pastimes in His childhood. Krishna has many different names, such as Govinda, Gopala, Giridhari, and Damodara to name a few. These names are all based on His different pastimes and activities. The Lord grew up as a cowherd and He brought joy to all who lived in VrindavanIn pictures, Krishna is usually seen standing with His eternal consort, Shrimati Radharani. She is Lord Krishna’s pleasure potency and His most beloved devotee. She is always thinking of Krishna, and therefore we worship her along with Krishna.During Lord Krishna’s time, there was a great war that took place between the Pandava and Kaurava dynasties on the battlefield of Kurukshetra in India. Arjuna was one of the leading warriors for the Pandavas. Since Arjuna was Lord Krishna’s good friend and cousin, the Lord served as his charioteer during the war. Prior to the war’s commencement, Arjuna felt hesitant to fight, and so Lord Krishna stopped and gave him a discourse on the meaning of life. Their discussion has been chronicled in the famous book, Bhagavad-Gita.The Gita is a highly philosophical book, but its essential instruction is that the true purpose of life is to surrender under Lord Krishna, or God, through the practice of bhakti yoga, or devotional service. Devotional service involves the nine processes of hearing, chanting, remembering, worshipping, serving the lotus feet of the Lord, offering prayers, carrying out the orders of the Lord, making friends with Him, and surrendering everything to Him. Engaging in any or all of these processes will surely make our lives perfect.Vedic literature such as the Bhagavata Purana (Shrimad-Bhagavatam), Hari-Vamsha, Mahabharata, Bramhavaivarta Purana, and many others describe Lord Krishna’s pastimes in much greater detail. Immersing oneself in any of these literatures with faith and devotion to Krishna will guarantee one bliss and happiness in this life and the next. Krishna’s Mercy is dedicated to serving the lotus feet of Lord Shri Krishna.Let us join to offer our humble obeisances to the lotus feet of Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha Rani who are our savior!
Anil Kumar : I pray Sri Radha-Krishna ji, the best two of Universe to bless us Happiness.