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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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Gopika called Arjuni and is blessed with the darshan of Radhakrishna. In the Narada Purana, (Volume 3), the 89th chapter describes the Yugala Sahasranama or 1000 names of both Radha and Krishna, where … Brahmanda Purana, Upodghata Parva, the last few chapters tell the story of Parashurama. In these chapters, Parashurama receives the hymn called Krishna Prema-Amrta from Rishi Agastya. He goes to Kailasa …
answered Jul 21 '16 by Surya
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@Keshav Your answer describes how Krsna obtained his Sudarshana and Kaumodaki, which are of course his main weapons. But apart from these two, Srimad Bhagavatam describes how they got most of their di …
answered Dec 4 '15 by Surya
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(I spell Krishna as Krsna.) Paundraka Vasudeva was the King of Pundra (hence his name was Paundraka - 'The King of Pundra'). The capital city of Pundra was Karusha. (Also it is PauNDraka as in the …
answered Apr 8 '16 by Surya
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Rama's father Maharaja Dasaratha had 3 Queens and 350 other wives. On the other hand, Rama is Ekapatni Vrata, the man who wedded only once. Sitadevi is his only wife. This is illustrated many times i …
answered Dec 9 '15 by Surya
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Krsna's primary wife, Srimati Rukmini is a direct avatara of Mahalakshmi. The other 16107 wives are amsas of Mahalakshmi. In the Bhagavatam, 10th canto, 1st Chapter, Brahma says to the gods: Vasu …
answered Mar 18 '16 by Surya
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While it is quite a popular belief (even one that I believe), according to Bhagavatam, Lord Shiva is nowhere mentioned in the Rasa Leela; He is only used as a simile like: Just like one should not imi …
answered Nov 14 '15 by Surya
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It turns out that the Harivamsa Southern Recension contains a chapter 'Krsnasya Nilaya Saha Vivahah', or the marriage of Krsna with Nila Devi. This chapter exactly tallies with the account of the Azhv …
answered Oct 22 '15 by Surya
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Dasharha is the descendant of Yadu. He is the son of Nivrti and grandson of Vrshni, as is retold in Bhagavatam 9th Canto 24th Chapter 3rd Sloka. krathasya kuntiḥ putro ’bhūd vṛṣṇis tasyātha nir …
answered Mar 20 '16 by Surya
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Srimad Bhagavatam is one of the most widely recognised Puranas among the 18 Puranas, for its one-pointed focus on Bhakti. Thus it has been commented upon by many scholars from various schools of Vedan …
answered Sep 29 '17 by Surya