The flute player with lotus, original drawing on card. Pencil and gold on black

The flute player with lotus, original drawing on card. Pencil and gold on black

Hindu Mythology : Lord Krishna playing flute. www.songdew.com

Hindu Mythology : Lord Krishna playing flute. www.songdew.com

GOPALA KRSNA Sri Krsna, as the original source of everything, has 4 qualities. 1) performer of wonderful varieties of pastimes - His childhood pastimes 2) surrounded by devotees endowed with wonderful love of Godhead (the cowherd girls/gopis;3) can attract all living entities within the universe by playing flute; 4) The wonderful excellence of His beauty . Madana-mohana, "the attractor of Cupid"; Govinda, Gopala, "the protector of the cows"; Yasodanandana, Nandanandana,Gopinatha,

GOPALA KRSNA Sri Krsna, as the original source of everything, has 4 qualities. 1) performer of wonderful varieties of pastimes - His childhood pastimes 2) surrounded by devotees endowed with wonderful love of Godhead (the cowherd girls/gopis;3) can attract all living entities within the universe by playing flute; 4) The wonderful excellence of His beauty . Madana-mohana, "the attractor of Cupid"; Govinda, Gopala, "the protector of the cows"; Yasodanandana, Nandanandana,Gopinatha,

Bhagawan #Krishna as Shyam-Sundar Playing on Flute

Bhagawan #Krishna as Shyam-Sundar Playing on Flute

✨ JAGANNATH SWAMI ✨“Who holds a flute in His left hand, who wears a peacock feather on His head and a fine yellow silken cloth around His hips, who from the corners of His eyes bestows loving sidelong glances upon His companions, and who is forever known as the one who performs wondrous pastimes in the divine abode of Sri Vrindavana-may that Sri Jagannatha-deva be the object of my vision.”~Sri Jagannathastakam

✨ JAGANNATH SWAMI ✨“Who holds a flute in His left hand, who wears a peacock feather on His head and a fine yellow silken cloth around His hips, who from the corners of His eyes bestows loving sidelong glances upon His companions, and who is forever known as the one who performs wondrous pastimes in the divine abode of Sri Vrindavana-may that Sri Jagannatha-deva be the object of my vision.”~Sri Jagannathastakam

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