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Krishna's behaviour in his life was full of adharma tactics like, Running from the battlefield when fighting Kalayavana (despite being kshatriya) which in Kurukshetra he says it is not a way of kshatriya to arjuna. Now There is no justification given by Ramanujacharya on his behaviour. So how do sri Vaishnavas justify krishna's behaviour despite being an incarnation.

  • An incarnation of Lord Vishnu's main objective is to restore Dharma on earth by eradicating evil and which is exactly what he did.So,is justification of what he did,why he did and how he did necessary? – Rickross Mar 3 '16 at 19:15
  • Are you a sri vaishnava or do you know anything about it? If no then please read their philosophical text sri bhasya by ramanujacharya where he says that Dharma is above all and even before/after sharanagati(guranteed moksha) you should follow dharma. Now if god is my whole target why shouldn’t I question to what I am surrendering to and weather the philosophy is contradictory or lord's behaviour is. Because Ramanujacharyas commentary on Bramha sutra is best till date. – Yogi Mar 3 '16 at 19:22
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    are you a Sri vaishnava or how much do you know about them and their documents ? I didnt say restoring dharma without following dharma is above all. I said dharma is above all and doing karma for consequence is a sin as told by shri Krishna in shrimad bhagwad geeta. doing karma with righteousness is okay without righteousness it is sin even if consequence is good. what you are saying is like this 'I broke the law because I wanted to establish law and order'. – Yogi Mar 3 '16 at 19:55
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    Your question is borderline duplicate of Should Krishna be considered good or bad? I have not read Sribhashya but you see my answer to that question here. – sv. Mar 3 '16 at 23:55
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    @Rickross Sorry but apparently not everyone on Hinduism.SE has reached your level to not question any God's actions. We are all human after all. Just as you do not judge God's actions, it's best we don't go after or judge users here based on their questions! Even an atheist can ask questions here! – sv. Mar 9 '16 at 7:11

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