Shri Krishṇa was a Purṇavtar (Absolute Incarnation). Actually, a Purṇavtar is not an Incarnation but manifest God Himself; hence, He is characterised by all the features of God. Protection of society was His goal and He had realised that it was necessary to annihilate the anti-social elements and evildoers to achieve this.
Worship of Shri Krushna without Tulsi leaves is in vain, because Shri Krushna does not partake of an offering offered without Tulsi leaves or food offered without sprinkling water on it with Tulsi leaves. Read more »
Since Srikrushna is Srivishnu’s form, also draw rangolis related to Srikrushna Principle on Wednesday. Rangoli to be drawn on Gokul-ashtami. Read more »
Krushna belonged to the Satvat clan of the Yadav dynasty. After He renounced His body this clan began worshipping Him. This was a kind of beginning of the Path of Devotion (Bhaktimarg). Read more »
The Mahabharat is the most important part of Krushna’s life. Written by Sage Vyas it is a prominent historical text. Read more »
Of all weapons Sudarshan chakra is the only one which is constantly in motion. There are various schools of thought regarding its creation. Krushna usually holds the Sudarshan-chakra on His little finger while Vishnu on His index finger. Read more »
Radha is the manifest form of devotion unto Krushna. Devotion of the gopis is an illustration of ultimate devotion. Radha among them was like a jewel in the crown. Read more »
Krushna was born on the eighth day (ashtami) of the Hindu lunar month of Shravan. Incarnation of Lord Krishna was an absolute incarnation (purnavtar). Actually an absolute incarnation is not an incarnation but The Lord Himself; hence it possesses all the characteristics of The Lord. Read more »