AlOkya mAthur mukha mAdarEna sthanyam pibantham saraseeruhAksham sachinmayam devam anantha roopam Balam Mukundam manasAsmarAmi Meaning: The one who looks affectionately at the mother's face while taking milk from her, the one who has eyes like the red lotus, the one whose form is Truth, Intelligence and the one who has other forms and is a Lord, I think of this Balamukundan

AlOkya mAthur mukha mAdarEna sthanyam pibantham saraseeruhAksham sachinmayam devam anantha roopam Balam Mukundam manasAsmarAmi Meaning: The one who looks affectionately at the mother's face while taking milk from her, the one who has eyes like the red lotus, the one whose form is Truth, Intelligence and the one who has other forms and is a Lord, I think of this Balamukundan

Chapter 2: Others conceive of the Personality of Godhead residing within the body in the region of the heart...His mouth expresses His happiness. His eyes spread like the petals of a lotus, and His garments, yellowish like the saffron of a kadamba flower, are bedecked with valuable jewels. His ornaments are all made of gold, set with jewels, and He wears a glowing head dress and earrings. His lotus feet are placed over the whorls of the lotus-like hearts of great mystics. (The Lord in the…

Chapter 2: Others conceive of the Personality of Godhead residing within the body in the region of the heart...His mouth expresses His happiness. His eyes spread like the petals of a lotus, and His garments, yellowish like the saffron of a kadamba flower, are bedecked with valuable jewels. His ornaments are all made of gold, set with jewels, and He wears a glowing head dress and earrings. His lotus feet are placed over the whorls of the lotus-like hearts of great mystics. (The Lord in the…

In Hindu sacred texts like Vedas, Puranas etc., Narayana is described as having the divine blue colour of water-filled clouds, four-armed, holding a Padma (lotus flower), mace Kaumodaki, Panchajanya shankha (conch) and a discus weapon Sudarshana Chakra. Narayana is also described in the Bhagavad Gita as having a 'Universal Form' (Vishvarupa) which is beyond the ordinary limits of human perception or imagination

In Hindu sacred texts like Vedas, Puranas etc., Narayana is described as having the divine blue colour of water-filled clouds, four-armed, holding a Padma (lotus flower), mace Kaumodaki, Panchajanya shankha (conch) and a discus weapon Sudarshana Chakra. Narayana is also described in the Bhagavad Gita as having a 'Universal Form' (Vishvarupa) which is beyond the ordinary limits of human perception or imagination

For Radha so loved Krishna that the very thought of him would bring gladness and fulfillment to her heart. radha_krishna_lotus_by_vishnu108-d41xlio.jpg (558×650)

For Radha so loved Krishna that the very thought of him would bring gladness and fulfillment to her heart. radha_krishna_lotus_by_vishnu108-d41xlio.jpg (558×650)

The Hindu goddeses Lakshmi, standing on a lotus, with two elephants ('Gajalakshmi'), and Sarasvati, with her peacock vahana/vehicle. (columbia.edu)

The Hindu goddeses Lakshmi, standing on a lotus, with two elephants ('Gajalakshmi'), and Sarasvati, with her peacock vahana/vehicle. (columbia.edu)

"“I worship Govinda, the primeval Lord, who is adept at playing on His flute, whose eyes are blooming like lotus petals, whose head is bedecked with peacock feathers, whose beauty is tinged with the hue of blue clouds, and whose unique loveliness charms millions of Cupids.” -Brahma samhita 5.30

"“I worship Govinda, the primeval Lord, who is adept at playing on His flute, whose eyes are blooming like lotus petals, whose head is bedecked with peacock feathers, whose beauty is tinged with the hue of blue clouds, and whose unique loveliness charms millions of Cupids.” -Brahma samhita 5.30

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