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Why Lord Krishna adorns a peacock feather?

I'd like to add, there's no reason why Krishna wears a peacock feather. If there would be a cause, then Krishna would be subject to it, and hence controlled by that cause which would make that cause ...
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Where is the term Paramahamsa Samhita with reference to srimad Bhagavatam used?

There isn't a verse which excplicitly mentions the same title. However, It can be said so as it's fully realized and relished only by the paramahamsas, especially the descriptions of Krishna Leela. ...
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Textual criticism applied to Hindu texts?

There are, but they are in sanskrit between sanskrit scholars. In his seminal 5 volume work A History of Indian Philosophy by Surendranath Dasgupta (Motilal Banarsidass Publishers [India - mlbd.com, ...
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Seeking the exact shloka in the Bhagavata purana regarding responding to insults against god

This verse is spoken in the Bhagavata Purana (4.4.17) by Satī when Prajapati Dakṣa offended Lord Śiva. कर्णौ पिधाय निरयाद्यदकल्प ईशे धर्मावितर्यसृणिभिर्नृभिरस्यमाने । छिन्द्यात्प्रसह्य रुशतीमसतीं ...
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Where can I find the original bhaagwat text of gopi vastra haran by Krishna incident?

This incident is described in the Bhagavata Purana Canto 10 Chapter 22. There was no kama (lust) in either Lord Krishna or the Gopis who were worshipping Goddess Kātyāyanī with a desire to have the ...
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Who is Vasudev Krishna and who is Yashodanandan Krishna?

This is described by Śrīla Rūpa Gosvāmī in Laghu-bhāgavatāmṛta. It was Vasudeva Krishna who married 16,108 queens and was present on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. Nandanandana Krishna never steps ...
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Why Lord Krishna adorns a peacock feather?

अपने मुकुट को मोर पंख से सजाकर, भगवान कृष्ण प्रतीकात्मक रूप से अहंकार पर अपनी विजय, विनम्रता और अनुग्रह के अवतार का प्रतीक बन जाते हैं। Translation as below In Hinduism, Lord Krishna is revered as ...
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