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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

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disturbed in mind even amidst the threefold miseries or elated when there is happiness, and who is free from attachment, fear and anger, is called a sage of steady mind. Is there any passage(s) where Krishna states what is/how to measure spiritual advancement? …
asked Apr 25 '16 by Marcello Miorelli
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Vedic scriptures. One thing that comes to my mind is the battle of Kurukshetra. Krishna took Arjuna to the front of the opposing army so that he could see those he would shortly face in battle. so question is: how I would translate the cross saying into something from the Vedas? …
asked Jul 3 '17 by Marcello Miorelli
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Krishna, in the Middle West states of Montana, Wyoming, Dakotas and Nebraska. Is it because of their lifestyle that there is no space for Krishna there? what could be preventing Krishna consciousness to spread over to the Middle West states? …
asked Apr 2 by Marcello Miorelli
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This is Keshava Vishnu. Keshava means His hair is curly and black. I have heard many times that Krishna (or Vishnu) is very merciful, however, as He holds different objects on His hands - Mace … question is: where in the scriptures is this described? in anyways, Keshava Vishnu, (or Krishna) is always beyond the reach of our material senses, and we can never understand the full picture. …
asked Sep 22 '16 by Marcello Miorelli