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Already User iammilind has quoted from 6th chapter of gita which clearly shows that one has to take birth until he is completely perfect.

One of the names of Lord Krishna or in fact all avatars of Vishnu is Mukunda.

The meaning of Mukunda is 'giver of mukti'.

So there is no question of Krishna/Ram getting liberated. They are never conditioned.

That's why Krishna says:

Bg 4.9 He who thus know, in their true light, My divine birth and action, having abandoned the body, is not born again, he comes to Me, O Arjuna

BG 4.14 There is no work that affects Me; nor do I aspire for the fruits of action. One who understands this truth about Me also does not become entangled in the fruitive reactions of work.

Few examples of human beings who got/going to get liberated:

1)Narada: He was a gandharva upabarhana in one life, then he took birth on earth, then in next life he became Narada

SB 7.15.69: Long, long ago, in another mahā-kalpa [millennium of Brahmā], I existed as the Gandharva known as Upabarhaṇa. I was very respected by the other Gandharvas.

SB 1.6.21: O Narada [the Lord spoke], I regret that during this lifetime you will not be able to see Me anymore. Those who are incomplete in service and who are not completely free from all material taints can hardly see Me.

2)Jada Bharat:

There is example of Bharat who became deer and then became Jada Bharat in Srimad Bhagavatam this chapter onwards.

3)King Mucukunda:

SB 10.51.63 — O King, in your very next life you will become an excellent brāhmaṇa, the greatest well-wisher of all creatures, and certainly come to Me alone.

4)Elephant Gajendra:

He was king Indradyumna in previous life, the story comes in 8th Canto of Bhagavatam.

5)Nalkuvera and Manigriva:

They were gandharvas, cursed to become trees, then again reinstated and got benediction that they would never fall from their consciousness which means, that is going to be their life.

SB 10.10.42 — O Nalakūvara and Maṇigrīva, now you may both return home. Since you desire to be always absorbed in My devotional service, your desire to develop love and affection for Me will be fulfilled, and now you will never fall from that platform.

6) King Chitraketu :

Chitraketu became Vrttasura in next life and then became perfect. Story comes from 6th Canto of Bhagavatam.

The examples of Sisupala, Dantavakra can be given, but they were Jaya and Vijaya in Vaikunta who were anyways destined to take 3 births and then liberated.

One of the names of Lord Krishna or in fact all avatars of Vishnu is Mukunda.

The meaning of Mukunda is 'giver of mukti'.

So there is no question of Krishna/Ram getting liberated. They are never conditioned.

That's why Krishna says:

Bg 4.9 He who thus know, in their true light, My divine birth and action, having abandoned the body, is not born again, he comes to Me, O Arjuna

BG 4.14 There is no work that affects Me; nor do I aspire for the fruits of action. One who understands this truth about Me also does not become entangled in the fruitive reactions of work.

Few examples of human beings who got/going to get liberated:

1)Narada: He was a gandharva upabarhana in one life, then he took birth on earth, then in next life he became Narada

SB 7.15.69: Long, long ago, in another mahā-kalpa [millennium of Brahmā], I existed as the Gandharva known as Upabarhaṇa. I was very respected by the other Gandharvas.

SB 1.6.21: O Narada [the Lord spoke], I regret that during this lifetime you will not be able to see Me anymore. Those who are incomplete in service and who are not completely free from all material taints can hardly see Me.

2)Jada Bharat:

There is example of Bharat who became deer and then became Jada Bharat in Srimad Bhagavatam this chapter onwards.

3)King Mucukunda:

SB 10.51.63 — O King, in your very next life you will become an excellent brāhmaṇa, the greatest well-wisher of all creatures, and certainly come to Me alone.

4)Elephant Gajendra:

He was king Indradyumna in previous life, the story comes in 8th Canto of Bhagavatam.

5)Nalkuvera and Manigriva:

They were gandharvas, cursed to become trees, then again reinstated and got benediction that they would never fall from their consciousness which means, that is going to be their life.

SB 10.10.42 — O Nalakūvara and Maṇigrīva, now you may both return home. Since you desire to be always absorbed in My devotional service, your desire to develop love and affection for Me will be fulfilled, and now you will never fall from that platform.

The examples of Sisupala, Dantavakra can be given, but they were Jaya and Vijaya in Vaikunta who were anyways destined to take 3 births and then liberated.

Already User iammilind has quoted from 6th chapter of gita which clearly shows that one has to take birth until he is completely perfect.

One of the names of Lord Krishna or in fact all avatars of Vishnu is Mukunda.

The meaning of Mukunda is 'giver of mukti'.

So there is no question of Krishna/Ram getting liberated. They are never conditioned.

That's why Krishna says:

Bg 4.9 He who thus know, in their true light, My divine birth and action, having abandoned the body, is not born again, he comes to Me, O Arjuna

BG 4.14 There is no work that affects Me; nor do I aspire for the fruits of action. One who understands this truth about Me also does not become entangled in the fruitive reactions of work.

Few examples of human beings who got/going to get liberated:

1)Narada: He was a gandharva upabarhana in one life, then he took birth on earth, then in next life he became Narada

SB 7.15.69: Long, long ago, in another mahā-kalpa [millennium of Brahmā], I existed as the Gandharva known as Upabarhaṇa. I was very respected by the other Gandharvas.

SB 1.6.21: O Narada [the Lord spoke], I regret that during this lifetime you will not be able to see Me anymore. Those who are incomplete in service and who are not completely free from all material taints can hardly see Me.

2)Jada Bharat:

There is example of Bharat who became deer and then became Jada Bharat in Srimad Bhagavatam this chapter onwards.

3)King Mucukunda:

SB 10.51.63 — O King, in your very next life you will become an excellent brāhmaṇa, the greatest well-wisher of all creatures, and certainly come to Me alone.

4)Elephant Gajendra:

He was king Indradyumna in previous life, the story comes in 8th Canto of Bhagavatam.

5)Nalkuvera and Manigriva:

They were gandharvas, cursed to become trees, then again reinstated and got benediction that they would never fall from their consciousness which means, that is going to be their life.

SB 10.10.42 — O Nalakūvara and Maṇigrīva, now you may both return home. Since you desire to be always absorbed in My devotional service, your desire to develop love and affection for Me will be fulfilled, and now you will never fall from that platform.

6) King Chitraketu :

Chitraketu became Vrttasura in next life and then became perfect. Story comes from 6th Canto of Bhagavatam.

The examples of Sisupala, Dantavakra can be given, but they were Jaya and Vijaya in Vaikunta who were anyways destined to take 3 births and then liberated.

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One of the names of Lord Krishna or in fact all avatars of Vishnu is Mukunda.

The meaning of Mukunda is 'giver of mukti'.

So there is no question of Krishna/Ram getting liberated. They are never conditioned.

That's why Krishna says:

Bg 4.9 He who thus know, in their true light, My divine birth and action, having abandoned the body, is not born again, he comes to Me, O Arjuna

BG 4.14 There is no work that affects Me; nor do I aspire for the fruits of action. One who understands this truth about Me also does not become entangled in the fruitive reactions of work.

Few examples of human beings who got/going to get liberated:

1)Narada: He was a gandharva upabarhana in one life, then he took birth on earth, then in next life he became Narada

SB 7.15.69: Long, long ago, in another mahā-kalpa [millennium of Brahmā], I existed as the Gandharva known as Upabarhaṇa. I was very respected by the other Gandharvas.

SB 1.6.21: O Narada [the Lord spoke], I regret that during this lifetime you will not be able to see Me anymore. Those who are incomplete in service and who are not completely free from all material taints can hardly see Me.

2)Jada Bharat:

There is example of Bharat who became deer and then became Jada Bharat in Srimad Bhagavatam this chapter onwards.

3)King Mucukunda:

SB 10.51.63 — O King, in your very next life you will become an excellent brāhmaṇa, the greatest well-wisher of all creatures, and certainly come to Me alone.

4)Elephant Gajendra:

He was king Indradyumna in previous life, the story comes in 8th Canto of Bhagavatam.

5)Nalkuvera and Manigriva:

They were gandharvas, cursed to become trees, then again reinstated and got benediction that they would never fall from their consciousness which means, that is going to be their life.

SB 10.10.42 — O Nalakūvara and Maṇigrīva, now you may both return home. Since you desire to be always absorbed in My devotional service, your desire to develop love and affection for Me will be fulfilled, and now you will never fall from that platform.

The examples of Sisupala, Dantavakra can be given, but they were Jaya and Vijaya in Vaikunta who were anyways destined to take 3 births and then liberated.

One of the names of Lord Krishna or in fact all avatars of Vishnu is Mukunda.

The meaning of Mukunda is 'giver of mukti'.

So there is no question of Krishna/Ram getting liberated. They are never conditioned.

That's why Krishna says:

Bg 4.9 He who thus know, in their true light, My divine birth and action, having abandoned the body, is not born again, he comes to Me, O Arjuna

BG 4.14 There is no work that affects Me; nor do I aspire for the fruits of action. One who understands this truth about Me also does not become entangled in the fruitive reactions of work.

Few examples of human beings who got/going to get liberated:

1)Narada: He was a gandharva upabarhana in one life, then he took birth on earth, then in next life he became Narada

SB 7.15.69: Long, long ago, in another mahā-kalpa [millennium of Brahmā], I existed as the Gandharva known as Upabarhaṇa. I was very respected by the other Gandharvas.

2)Jada Bharat:

There is example of Bharat who became deer and then became Jada Bharat in Srimad Bhagavatam this chapter onwards.

3)King Mucukunda:

SB 10.51.63 — O King, in your very next life you will become an excellent brāhmaṇa, the greatest well-wisher of all creatures, and certainly come to Me alone.

4)Elephant Gajendra:

He was king Indradyumna in previous life, the story comes in 8th Canto of Bhagavatam.

5)Nalkuvera and Manigriva:

They were gandharvas, cursed to become trees, then again reinstated and got benediction that they would never fall from their consciousness which means, that is going to be their life.

SB 10.10.42 — O Nalakūvara and Maṇigrīva, now you may both return home. Since you desire to be always absorbed in My devotional service, your desire to develop love and affection for Me will be fulfilled, and now you will never fall from that platform.

The examples of Sisupala, Dantavakra can be given, but they were Jaya and Vijaya in Vaikunta who were anyways destined to take 3 births and then liberated.

One of the names of Lord Krishna or in fact all avatars of Vishnu is Mukunda.

The meaning of Mukunda is 'giver of mukti'.

So there is no question of Krishna/Ram getting liberated. They are never conditioned.

That's why Krishna says:

Bg 4.9 He who thus know, in their true light, My divine birth and action, having abandoned the body, is not born again, he comes to Me, O Arjuna

BG 4.14 There is no work that affects Me; nor do I aspire for the fruits of action. One who understands this truth about Me also does not become entangled in the fruitive reactions of work.

Few examples of human beings who got/going to get liberated:

1)Narada: He was a gandharva upabarhana in one life, then he took birth on earth, then in next life he became Narada

SB 7.15.69: Long, long ago, in another mahā-kalpa [millennium of Brahmā], I existed as the Gandharva known as Upabarhaṇa. I was very respected by the other Gandharvas.

SB 1.6.21: O Narada [the Lord spoke], I regret that during this lifetime you will not be able to see Me anymore. Those who are incomplete in service and who are not completely free from all material taints can hardly see Me.

2)Jada Bharat:

There is example of Bharat who became deer and then became Jada Bharat in Srimad Bhagavatam this chapter onwards.

3)King Mucukunda:

SB 10.51.63 — O King, in your very next life you will become an excellent brāhmaṇa, the greatest well-wisher of all creatures, and certainly come to Me alone.

4)Elephant Gajendra:

He was king Indradyumna in previous life, the story comes in 8th Canto of Bhagavatam.

5)Nalkuvera and Manigriva:

They were gandharvas, cursed to become trees, then again reinstated and got benediction that they would never fall from their consciousness which means, that is going to be their life.

SB 10.10.42 — O Nalakūvara and Maṇigrīva, now you may both return home. Since you desire to be always absorbed in My devotional service, your desire to develop love and affection for Me will be fulfilled, and now you will never fall from that platform.

The examples of Sisupala, Dantavakra can be given, but they were Jaya and Vijaya in Vaikunta who were anyways destined to take 3 births and then liberated.

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One of the names of Lord Krishna or in fact all avatars of Vishnu is Mukunda.

The meaning of Mukunda is 'giver of mukti'.

So there is no question of Krishna/Ram getting liberated. They are never conditioned.

That's why Krishna says:

Bg 4.9 He who thus know, in their true light, My divine birth and action, having abandoned the body, is not born again, he comes to Me, O Arjuna

BG 4.14 There is no work that affects Me; nor do I aspire for the fruits of action. One who understands this truth about Me also does not become entangled in the fruitive reactions of work.

Few examples of human beings who got/going to get liberated:

1)Narada: He was a gandharva upabarhana in one life, then he took birth on earth, then in next life he became Narada

SB 7.15.69: Long, long ago, in another mahā-kalpa [millennium of Brahmā], I existed as the Gandharva known as Upabarhaṇa. I was very respected by the other Gandharvas.

2)Jada Bharat:

There is example of Bharat who became deer and then became Jada Bharat in Srimad Bhagavatam this chapter onwards.

3)King Mucukunda:

SB 10.51.63 — O King, in your very next life you will become an excellent brāhmaṇa, the greatest well-wisher of all creatures, and certainly come to Me alone.

4)Elephant Gajendra:

He was king Indradyumna in previous life, the story comes in 8th Canto of Bhagavatam.

5)Nalkuvera and Manigriva:

They were gandharvas, cursed to become trees, then again reinstated and got benediction that they would never fall from their consciousness which means, that is going to be their life.

SB 10.10.42 — O Nalakūvara and Maṇigrīva, now you may both return home. Since you desire to be always absorbed in My devotional service, your desire to develop love and affection for Me will be fulfilled, and now you will never fall from that platform.

The examples of Sisupala, Dantavakra can be given, but they were Jaya and Vijaya in Vaikunta who were anyways destined to take 3 births and then liberated.