In one of the stories from Brahma purana about Indradhyumna, it is mentioned that in Satya yuga, a king built a temple where Vishwakarma in disguise built three statues: Balarama, Krishna and Subathirai (Krishna's sister). All these three characters appear only in Dwapara yuga, in that case how come they could be mentioned in Satya yuga?

  • The avatars of Lord Krishna, Lord Balarama & their sister Subhadra are of Dwapar Yuga only. If it is mentioned as Satya yuga, then it might be due to an error. – Annonymous Aug 11 '15 at 17:38
  • I found it in a tamil book about brahma purana. I too thought that it could be an error then later I found a blog with the same story : [link]wisdomlib.org/hinduism/book/the-brahma-purana/d/doc57564.html – user18487 Aug 12 '15 at 13:02
  • Balarama, Krishna and Subhadra are eternal deities. They exist eternally, not only in Satya yuga. – brahma jijnasa Aug 13 '15 at 7:02

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