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A Vishnu to worship

A Vishnu to worship

A Vishnu to worship

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In order to mollify Satyabhama, Krishna had to steal the parijat tree from Parijata-harana Paripadal Nandanvan (the garden of the gods), folio from Bhagavata Purana, Rajasthan

In order to mollify Satyabhama, Krishna had to steal the parijat tree from Parijata-harana Paripadal Nandanvan (the garden of the gods), folio from Bhagavata Purana, Rajasthan

Mathura, 1 of the 7 mokshdaayi puries, is an important city of Uttar Pradesh and is situated 54 km from Agra and 145 km from Delhi, to the right of the Yamuna River. It is strongly associated with Shri Krishna, the 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Besides, it is also considered sacred by Shaiv, Shakt, Buddhist, and Jain followers. In the ancient times, it was an important commercial centre on the Uttarapath (Northern route) from where a route—Dakshinapath—led up to Pratishthaan.

Mathura, 1 of the 7 mokshdaayi puries, is an important city of Uttar Pradesh and is situated 54 km from Agra and 145 km from Delhi, to the right of the Yamuna River. It is strongly associated with Shri Krishna, the 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Besides, it is also considered sacred by Shaiv, Shakt, Buddhist, and Jain followers. In the ancient times, it was an important commercial centre on the Uttarapath (Northern route) from where a route—Dakshinapath—led up to Pratishthaan.

: Krishna Only Accepts Love And Affection - Krishna’s visit to palace of Duryodana and house of Vidura

: Krishna Only Accepts Love And Affection - Krishna’s visit to palace of Duryodana and house of Vidura

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