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Krishna is considered Brahman by sects like Gaudiya Vaishnavism etc, while others consider Him as the eighth incarnation among ten principle incarnations (Sanskrit दशावतार, IAST daśāvatāra) of Lord Vishnu. Use this tag to the questions that are concerned anything with Krishna

Gopis were attracted to Krishna because Krishna avatar was to attract people out of the worldliness. The word "Krishna" itself means "All-attractive" Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10 (1) The son of … Vyâsa said: 'Even though Krishna was the Supreme Lord, He, resorting to His inner potency [see yoga-mâyâ], decided to enjoy those nights in autumn when He saw the jasmine flowers blossoming. (2 …
answered Jun 25 by Manu Kumar
Both the visvarupra of Shiva and Krishna are identical, the omniform can be better understood by understanding the following verses of Vedas first. Sarvam Khalvidam Brahman' 'All this is indeed … world around them. Who is the creator and cause of everything? That alone is depicted in Visvarupas shown by various avatars like Shiva, Krishna etc., taken by one formless Brahman since worship of …
answered Oct 6 by Manu Kumar
beings of Sanatana Dharma with Ashrama stage(Brahmcharya, Grihasta, Vanprasta and Sanyassa) being its integral part. BG 7.24: The less intelligent think that I, the Supreme Lord Shree Krishna, was … beginning of this creation, Brahma emerged from Hiranayagarbha(golden womb) and did Tapas on Brahman for 100 years before creating this creation. Krishna-Arjuna were reincarnation of sages Nara-Narayana …
answered Nov 25 by Manu Kumar
For Krishna, Srimad Bhagvatam Canto 10:Chapter 70 (4-5) Mâdhava rose during the brâhma-muhûrta [the hour before sunrise], touched water and cleared His mind to meditate upon the unequaled …
answered Aug 25 by Manu Kumar
Yes, in Uttar Geeta, another conversation between Krishna and Arjuna Like the backbone of a vina or harp, the long tract of bone with many joints that stretches from the seat right up to the …
answered Jul 12 by Manu Kumar
for me to state it again in full in that way. For then accompanied by my mystic power, I declared to you the Supreme Brahman. But Krishna gave the knowledge of Gita to Arjuna over other scholars … strength, Arjuna, son of Indra, represents intellect and reasoning, Nakul-Sahdeva, son of Ashvini Kumara, represents beauty and skill and Krishna himself represents Guru. So, out of Pandavas, Arjuna was most …
answered Oct 22 by Manu Kumar
Answers to such questions can be received only through Sannyasa/renunciation. Similar question was asked to Yagyavalkya by his wife Maitri, before he was taking Sannyasa. Brihadaranyaka Upanishad: Se …
answered Dec 4 by Manu Kumar
. Mahabharata is of 28th Dwapara and this is now 28th Kaliyuga. But the exact lifespan of Rama is not mentioned unlike Krishna who left earth for his abode at the age of 126years, even though indirect …
asked Nov 19 by Manu Kumar