Krishna had lifted the Govardhana hill on his forefinger and held it up like an umbrella over the villagers and the cows so that they all remained dry and safe.

Krishna had lifted the Govardhana hill on his forefinger and held it up like an umbrella over the villagers and the cows so that they all remained dry and safe.

Vasudev, protected by Sesh Nag, sneaks out of Kansa's prison with Krishan who appeared in the form of a baby

Vasudev, protected by Sesh Nag, sneaks out of Kansa's prison with Krishan who appeared in the form of a baby

A truly epic moment in the Mahabharat - a war between the Pandavs and Kauravs, the battle that takes place in our own minds on a daily basis.  As Bhishma was about to kill Arjuna with his arrows, Lord Krishna threw down the chariot reins and jumped off the chariot onto the battlefield, lifted a chariot wheel and charged Bhishma. Arjuna tried to stop Lord Krishna, but the Lord said, “In order to protect my devotee, I must break my promise to use weapons.

A truly epic moment in the Mahabharat - a war between the Pandavs and Kauravs, the battle that takes place in our own minds on a daily basis. As Bhishma was about to kill Arjuna with his arrows, Lord Krishna threw down the chariot reins and jumped off the chariot onto the battlefield, lifted a chariot wheel and charged Bhishma. Arjuna tried to stop Lord Krishna, but the Lord said, “In order to protect my devotee, I must break my promise to use weapons.

Krishna Bewilders Brahma. In order to convince Brahma that all those calves and boys were not the original ones, the calves and boys who were playing with Krishna transformed into Vishnu forms. Actually, the original ones were sleeping under the spell of Brahma's mystic power, but the present ones, seen by Brahma, were all immediate expansions of Krishna, or Vishnu.  Krsna Book, Chapter 13.

Krishna Bewilders Brahma. In order to convince Brahma that all those calves and boys were not the original ones, the calves and boys who were playing with Krishna transformed into Vishnu forms. Actually, the original ones were sleeping under the spell of Brahma's mystic power, but the present ones, seen by Brahma, were all immediate expansions of Krishna, or Vishnu. Krsna Book, Chapter 13.

BHAGAVAD GITA {16 , 08 } असत्यमप्रतिष्ठं ते जगदाहुरनीश्वरम्‌।  अपरस्परसम्भूतं किमन्यत्कामहैतुकम्‌॥ They say: The world is unreal, without a substratum, without a God, and without an order. Sexual union of man and woman alone and nothing else causes the world. (16.08)

BHAGAVAD GITA {16 , 08 } असत्यमप्रतिष्ठं ते जगदाहुरनीश्वरम्‌। अपरस्परसम्भूतं किमन्यत्कामहैतुकम्‌॥ They say: The world is unreal, without a substratum, without a God, and without an order. Sexual union of man and woman alone and nothing else causes the world. (16.08)

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