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Friday, December 25, 2009

You can never Leave Krishna as he is EveryWhere

A King Can Remove his Subjects from his kingdom by Banishing them Out of his Kingdom but Krishna Cannot as Every Kingdom is his Kingdom

Isvarah sarva-bhutanam hrd-dese’rjuna tishthati, bhramayan sarva-bhutani yantrarudhani mayaya (BG 18.61): Ishvara, the supreme creator of the universe, is residing in the heart of all. He is all-pervading, transcendent, above this creation that He has manifested from Himself, yet residing in all the hearts as the Self of all – the ruler of all, and also the Self of all. From the objective point of view, He is the dispenser of justice – the creator, preserver, destroyer. From the subjective side, He is the deepest consciousness – the Atman.

isvarah paramah krishna sac-cid-ananda vigrahah
anadir adir govindah sarva karana karanam Brahma Samhita, Chapter 5, Verse 1
Lord Krishna is the supreme absolute controller, whose form is pure immortality, omniscience and bliss. He is without beginning, the origin of all, the cause of all causes and the source of the eternal Vedas.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

similarities and differences between Vishnu and Krishna.

Vishnu is a plenary expansion of Krishna or Lord Narayana for the purpose of material creation. He is the same as Krishna in the sense that all plenary expansions are equally powerful as Krishna. In that sense, all the expansions such as Narayana in Vaikuntha are called ‘Vishnu tattva’ as opposed to the jiva-tattva or the miniscule living entities.

The difference is that Vishnu is worshiped in awe and reverence while the pastimes of Krishna with His pure devotees are very intimate and sweet. Srila Prabhupada compared Lord Vishnu as God in an official mood, and Krishna as God at home — just as a king may be venerated, worshiped and obeyed by all citizens including great ministers, while at his own home the king acts subordinate to his beloved children, while both are the same person, exhibiting different aspects of their relationships. Similarly Krishna becomes subjugated by the intimate loving dealings of His pure devotees, as we see in the Damodara-lila and other pastimes.

The Nectar of Devotion (Ch 21) gives a list of 64 transcendental qualities of Krishna. It is explained that all living entities can have upto 50 qualities in minute degrees of perfection and Lord Shiva upto 55 qualities. Lord Vishnu has 60 of these qualities unlimitedly in their fullness whereas svayam bhagavan Krishna alone has four special unique qualities not manifested even in Vishnu viz. His superexcellent beauty, the attraction of His flute playing, the wonderful varieties of His intimate pastimes (such as childhood pastimes) and His being surrounded many devotees endowed with wonderful love of God.

http://www.dipika.org.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=371

love / affairs in the material world / World

http://lovekrishna.me/

love affairs in the material world: they are only shadows or reflections of the real love with Krishna. If you love Krishna in any capacity, you shall never be frustrated because everything in Krishna is perfect, eternal, blissful, and full of knowledge.

http://krsnaworld.com/

Krishna Files

http://www.krishnafiles.com/

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Glory of his Lotus Feet


"How can the fire of material suffering continue to burn hearts of
those who worship the Supreme Lord? The Lord's lotus feet have
performed innumerable heroic deeds, his beautiful nails on His
toes resemble valuable jewels. Effulgence emanating from those
nails resembles cooling moonshine, for it instantly relieves the
suffering within the heart of the pure devotee, just as appearance
of the moon's cooling light relieves the burning heat of the sun."

(Sri Havir Rsi – Srimad Bhagavatam 11.2.54)

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Why Krishna is Supreme

Man, male and female Devatas, Brahma, Siva, Narayana share many qualities. Krishna has qualities that are exclusive to Him. There are a total of 64 qualities of which the first fifty are in unlimited quantity in Bhagavan, and graded quantity in other gods and deities; man has them in limited quantity. Qualities from 51 to 55 are in unlimited quantity in Bhagavan Krishna and are deemed special to Brahma, Siva and other gods and goddesses. Listed between 56 to 60, Narayana has still higher qualities which are not shared by the preceding entities. Qualities listed between 61 to 64 are the exclusive domain of Bhagavan Krishna, the Supreme Person

Krishna Never Dies he just Disappears


krishna does not die due to arrow of the Hunter , when hit by hunter he transforms from two handed form to 4 handed form , showing to the world that he and vishnu are not different, then he blesses the hunter and disppears into Srimad Bhagavatham
Srimadbhagavatam
http://srimadbhagavatam.com/1/14/8/en
Bhagavad Gita As It Is
http://www.asitis.com/9/11.html

Monday, April 13, 2009

krishna chalisa

http://www.chalisa.in/krishna-chalisa.html

Community

http://krishna.org/

64 Qualities of Krishna / Audio / Source

18 Popular Forms of Krishna / 9 Special Forms


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Forms_of_Krishna
http://www.geocities.com/pushti_marg/goswami.htm

Depiction of Krishna in Indian Art


http://www.kamat.com/kalranga/mythology/krishna/index.htm
http://sveta-ray.spaces.live.com/Blog/cns!A3174B12CE78C460!580.entry

Krishna / Perception / Avatars / World


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krishna
http://www.stephen-knapp.com/sri_krishna.htm
http://www.krishna.com/node/118
http://www.sagarworld.com/krishnaworld/

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