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Kaṇha and Kaṇhā (feminine) are the Pāli equivalents of the Sanskrit words Kṛṣṇa and Kṛṣṇā (feminine) so it's unlikely you will find these names in Hindu scripture. The Pali Text Society's Pali-English Dictionary has the following meaning: Kanha (adj.) [cp. Vedic kṛṣṇa, Lith. kérszas] dark, black, as attr. of darkness, opposed to light, syn. with kāḷa (q. ...


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Yes, Shree Krishna talked about Shree Rama in Srimad Bhagavad Gita 10.31. While giving a discourse to Arjuna. Krishna reveals his divine being in greater detail, as the ultimate cause of all material and spiritual existence, one who transcends all opposites and who is beyond any duality. Krishna says he is the atman in all beings. पवनः पवतामस्मि रामः ...


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Manusmṛti has a similar verse although I'm not sure if this was borrowed from the Gītā or vice versa. varaṃ svadharmo viguṇo na pārakyaḥ svanuṣṭhitaḥ | paradharmeṇa jīvan hi sadyaḥ patati jātitaḥ || 10.97 || Better one’s own duty imperfectly performed, and not the duty of another performed perfectly; he who subsists by the function of another,...


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Krishna kidnapped Rukmani because Krishna was a warlord and not a God or divinity of any sort as per the Vedic tradition. Kidnapping a girl and marrying is not regarded as an approved means of marriage in the Vedic civilization i.e. among Aryans (more to the this below). Even the Manusmṛti (see 3.41) condemns it by saying that children born out of such ...


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