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Gita | LORD KRISHNA

Lord Krishna’s Majesty: The story of Lifting the Gowardhan Parvat.

In Vrindavan, there was a ritual of offering Yagya to appease Lord Indra and seek from him the blessing of rains. Lord Krishna was quietly witnessing the gathering where all the planning of the Puja and Yagna was going on. Lord Krishna who was just a small boy then raised question on the ritual the Read more about Lord Krishna’s Majesty: The story of Lifting the Gowardhan Parvat.[…]

Meaning of the most revered Shloka.

Karmanye vadhikaraste Ma Phaleshu Kadachana, Ma Karmaphalaheturbhurma Te Sangostvakarmani The worse literally translates to: You have the right to work only but never to its fruits. Let not the fruits of action be not your motive, nor let your attachment be to inaction. This verse occurs in the forty-seventh verse in the second chapter of Read more about Meaning of the most revered Shloka.[…]

‘Radha and Krishna’ – An eternal Love Story

The love story of Radha and Krishna is an eternal bond that we swear upon even today for sanctity and purity of Love for a relation. The bond between Krishna and Radha is way beyond the superficial societal norm of a marriage. There have always been debates on the relationship between Krishna and Radha. Were Read more about ‘Radha and Krishna’ – An eternal Love Story[…]

Find out the meaning of the Shloka..

Yada yada hi dharmasya glanirbhavati bharata Abhythanamadharmasya tadatmanam srijamyaham   Paritranaya sadhunang vinashay cha dushkritam Dharmasangsthapanarthay sambhabami yuge yuge   The meaning of these two slokas is Whenever there is decay of righteousness, O Bharata, And there is exaltation of unrighteousness, then I Myself come forth ; For the protection of the good, for the destruction Read more about Find out the meaning of the Shloka..[…]

Why didn’t Krishna kill the poisonous snake, Kalia on defeating him?? The reason is divine!

The story of the great dance while playing flute on the hoods of Kalia is very famous. The poisonous snake, Kalia had created a havoc in Mathura. Kalia chased Krishna and coiled himself around the little boy but Krishna was very swift and in the chase, Krishna very easily escaped Kalia. Krishna climbed over the Read more about Why didn’t Krishna kill the poisonous snake, Kalia on defeating him?? The reason is divine![…]

The Adaption of Krishna and Putana’s fable in Kathakali is extremely mesmerizing.

Kansa, the demonic king wanted to kill Krishna when he got to know that he was his sister, Devaki and Vasudev’s son. Kamsa planned the fate of the innocent baby, Krishna to save his life. Wishing to kill Krishna, Kamsa employed one of the hideous demons, Putana. Putana was a witch who mastered the black Read more about The Adaption of Krishna and Putana’s fable in Kathakali is extremely mesmerizing.[…]

The Story of Krishna and the fruitseller.

There’s a famous Fable about a fruit seller and Shri Krishna. There was a very old lady who earned her living by selling fruits. One day she could not sell a single fruit and thus felt helpless. She was going from house to ask calling out to sell the fruits. The very young Krishna, listening Read more about The Story of Krishna and the fruitseller.[…]

KarwaChauth has a very special significance in a married womsn’s life. Find out how it actually came into being.

Karva Chauth, the festival of married women. This one-day festival is mainly observed in Indian states of Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, and parts of Uttar Pradesh. ‘Karva’ means earthen pots used to store wheat and ‘chauth’ means the fourth day. Since this day falls on the fourth day of Krishna Paksha in Read more about KarwaChauth has a very special significance in a married womsn’s life. Find out how it actually came into being.[…]

Krishna’s life in the three places he Lived in: Vrindavan, Mathura and Dwarka

Krishna is the most beloved God of many. Krishna’s whole life was a set of lessons through his deeds. Krishna’s mischief while he stayed at Dwarka, Wisdom in the war of Kurukshetra and his life at Dwarka after the battle teaches us so many things about humanity and mankind and way of life. Here’s a Read more about Krishna’s life in the three places he Lived in: Vrindavan, Mathura and Dwarka[…]

Did Krishna really have 16000 wives?? Who were they? Women, Musical notes or the incarnation of Rishis? Read on to find out!

There is a popular belief amongst the Hindus that Lord Krishna had 16000 wives. Here are a few interesting inferences and stories with that claim and explain the 16000 wives. The story of marrying 16000 women at once. Narakasura was the king of Pragjyotisha, had conquered the three worlds: heaven, earth, and underworld and was Read more about Did Krishna really have 16000 wives?? Who were they? Women, Musical notes or the incarnation of Rishis? Read on to find out![…]