Your answer to why Pūtanā died is because of Bhagwan Shri Kṛṣṇa’s greatness. He being God, sucked the life out of her while she was nursing him. Let’s look at how the Purāṇas describe Bhagwan sucking her life out of her:
Kṛṣṇa, laying hold of the breast with both hands, sucked it with such violence, that he drained it of the life; and the hideous Pūtanā, ...
There is mention of word Krishna in Ramayana several time but that should be taken as adjective which means "the most attractive one / the one who's all attractive / the one who's of dark complexion" etc.
To clarify, see this shloka from 119 Sarga of Yudhaa Kanada:
सीता लक्ष्मीर्भवान् विष्णुर्देवः कृष्णः प्रजापतिः || ६-११७-२८
वधार्थं रावणस्येह ...
So, my question is, here Krishna is to be taken as the adjective which means - "The most attractive one / the one who's all attractive / the one who's of dark complexion".
Or it is to be taken in the proper noun form, i.e., the incarnation of the Lord - "Shri Krishna"?
It appears most translators of Rāmāyaṇa consider kṛṣṇa to be a proper ...
Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev has not read scriptures. He makes it abundantly clear as seen in this YouTube clip
It is highly umlikely that his point of view on Yashodha becoming one of gopis, not like Radha etc will have any scriptural support
From Shri Adi Shankara bhasya,
All the activities of the world in the form, ‘I eat this; I see; I
hear this; I experience this happiness, suffer this sorrow; I shall do
this for that purpose, I shall do this for this purpose; I shall know
this,’ etc. indeed arise owing to their being the objects of the
conscious witness. They verily exist in consciousness, ...
Gita is strictly speaking not an Advaita text, It contains verses supporting all three main schools of Vedanta. So it is all right if you want to read this Gita verse from the dualistic angle.
Yet others sacrifice with the Yajna of knowledge and worship Me in
various ways as the One, as the distinct and as the all-faced.
Worshipping the Lord as ...
No they were not aware of his reality.
BG 7.24: The less intelligent think that I, the Supreme Lord Shree Krishna, was formless earlier and have now assumed this personality. They do not understand the imperishable exalted nature of my personal form.
BG 7.25: I am not manifest to everyone, being veiled by my divine Yogmaya energy. Hence, those ...
Every Shastra (Vedic scripture) which mentions the supreme sweet eternal love (ecstasy) in "madhurya-rasa" and/or "shringar-rasa" speaks about Radha as a Gopi (chief gopi) or simply Gopika.
The Narad Bhakti Sutra (the set of the Eighty-four eternal devotion codes) book also explained it as a code, "yatha braja gopikanaam".