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Krishna is the only sampoorna avatara of Vishnu.Vishnu speaks through Rama,Kalki and other avataras.But Krishna speaking is Vishnu himself speaking.Rama like a jeevatma learns about paramatma,goes through difficulties in his consciousness,etc and finally merged with Vishnu.Krishna whereas,had superconsciousness since his birth,teaches us about himself(...


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https://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m01/m01068.htm The evil-minded and wicked king Duryodhana, the destroyer of the fair fame of the Kurus, was born of a portion of Kali on earth. He it was who caused all creatures to be slain and the earth to be wasted; and he it was who fanned the flame of hostility that ultimately consumed all. And the mighty chariot-...


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https://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m01/m01068.htm Sambhava Parva of Adi Parva describes the incarnation of gods on earth. And he, called Vasudeva, endued with great valour, was among men a portion of him called Narayana--the god of gods--eternal. And Valadeva of exceeding strength was a portion of the Naga, Sesha. This describes that Balarama was a portion ...


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One more reference from the Lakshmi Tantra, Chapter 8 अवतारो हि यो विष्णोश्चतुर्धा संभविष्यति । मधुरायामहं व्यक्तिं चतुर्धैष्यामि वै तथा ॥ ४५॥ रेवती रुक्मिणी चैव रतिर्नाम्ना तथा ह्युषा। When Vishnu will incarnate in four forms (Balarama, Krishna,  pradyumana and Aniruddha), at Madhura, I too will take four forms. (They are) Revati, Rukmini, Rati and Usha.


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The incarnation of Sri (Laxmi) was Rukmini as mentioned in Mahabharata: Adi Parva: Sambhava Parva: And, O king, the portions of the tribe of Apsaras which I have mentioned already, also became incarnate on earth according to Indra's commands--And sixteen thousand portions of those goddesses became, O king, in this world of men, the wives of Vasudeva. And a ...


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Quoting texts from the Bhagavata Purana: "O hero among the Kurus, the Supreme Lord Himself, Govinda, married Bhīṣmaka’s daughter, Vaidarbhī, who was a direct expansion of the goddess of fortune. The Lord did this by her desire, and in the process He beat down Śālva and other kings who took Śiśupāla’s side. Indeed, as everyone watched, Śrī Kṛṣṇa took ...


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