As we promised that we will share quotes and stories/facts with each Kanha and Radha Images so you can read the quote below and here is the first story with these Images of Kanha and Radha named ” Shree Krishna and his Favorite Student”.
Kanha and Radha Images and Stories
धन्य है मानव जन्म, स्वर्ग में रहने वाले भी इस जन्म की कामना करते हैं,
क्योंकि सच्चे ज्ञान और शुद्ध प्रेम की प्राप्ति केवल मनुष्य को ही हो सकती है|
Shree Krishna and His Favorite Student
During the war, Shree Krishna intervened occasionally to help Arjuna and the Pandavas win. Sri Krishna broke his own word – proving his love for his dearest disciple was more than so-called human morality.
Shri Krishna also revealed his universal form to Arjuna – showing Arjuna his full spiritual realization. After this Arjuna became a disciple of Shri Krishna rather than just a fan and friend. Shree Krishna adopted both human and divine aspects. During his lifetime, some recognized Sri Krishna’s spiritual height, some saw him differently.
Sri Krishna took eight major wives and had several sons. However, his sons were unspecified and became increasingly arrogant and arrogant. It is also said that Sri Krishna took 16,100 women, whom he rescued from Narakasura’s palace after killing Narakasura. This reflects Sri Krishna’s compassion for the Dalit and unfortunate victims of the society and the old social traditions.
After the war of Mahabharta, Krishna visited Gandhari to offer his condolences (Gandhari, the wife of Dhritarashtra, who had lost 100 sons in the war) Gandhari cursed Sri Krishna as she believed that he could stop the fight. Gandhari cursed that Krishna would die within 36 years, in the hands of anyone of the Yadu dynasty. Sri Krishna was happy to accept this curse as his sons were ill-treated and knew that his target had snatched away those close to her.
आपके पास काम करने का अधिकार है, लेकिन काम के फल के लिए कभी नहीं।
आपको इनाम के लिए कभी भी कार्रवाई में शामिल नहीं होना चाहिए,
और न ही आपको निष्क्रियता के लिए लंबे समय तक रहना चाहिए।
Krishna was an ideal king, husband, friend, spiritual teacher, and avatar. Not only in India, but Krishna had a profound influence on the culture, religion, and spirituality of the whole world. His basic philosophy of yoga is a reference point for all future spiritual teachers.
His drama of Bhakti Yoga was also the reference point and inspiration for all future masters and saints who emphasize devotion – such as Meerabai, Sri Chaitanya, and Sri Ramakrishna. The teachings of Krishna allowed a vast range and diversity of spiritual perspectives – from the disinterest and equality of the Gita to the intense devotion of the Gopis. Thus Krishna provided Indian spiritual and religious tolerance for diversity, the richness of spirit, and thus many paths to the goal.
सही रवैया होना किसी भी चीज में बहुत मायने रखता है।
Eighth child born to Devaki
Kansa, who knows that the eighth child born to Devaki will be his killer, sends his soldiers to find the infant. But they do not succeed in doing so. When they return empty-handed, Kansa sends the queen of demons, Putna, to kill Lord Krishna.
She plans to kill Lord Krishna by giving him poison through breastfeeding. Putana disguises herself as a beautiful young woman, Gokul. She reaches Krishna’s house and bathes him with poisoned milk. Even when she hopes to kill the infant Krishna, Shri Krishna took her life by feeding from her breasts.
सच्चाई हमेशा आपकी कल्पना से अधिक सरल होती है।
Vasudev left for Gokul after placing the baby Krishna in a bamboo basket. When he reached the Yamuna river, he saw that the rain had flooded it. But he had to save Krishna’s life. Therefore, without fearing for his own life, Vasudeva started walking across the river. The flow of water began to grow with every step. In that situation, the infant Krishna, surrounded by water, was protected by Lord Vishnu’s serpent Aditya.
When Krishna reached Nanda’s house, he saw that his wife Yashoda gave birth to a baby girl. Gradually, he raised the child and placed Krishna in his place. Then, he returned to prison with the child. Devaki and Vasudev hoped that Kansa would spare the child as the eighth son of Devaki was mentioned in the prophecy. But Kansa didn’t care. He snatched the child from their hands and threw it towards a wall. Then, miraculously, the child transforms into the goddess Durga and informs Kamsa that Devaki’s eighth son is alive and will soon come for her.
आपको कृष्ण में आत्म की पूजा करनी चाहिए, कृष्ण की नहीं।
Krishna and Demon
Krishna and his brother Balaram helped their father take care of their cattle. They take cattle with their friends to graze. Krishna often played the flute and sang songs, while the cow grazed.
One day, while the cow was grazing, Krishna saw a new cow in the herd. His unusual appearance was revolving around children. But the two brothers quietly approached the cow, caught it by its horns and threw it into a nearby lake.
When the cow falls, she comes out disguised and takes the original figure of a demon, whom Kansa sent to kill Krishna. Everyone rejoices at the demon’s death.
जो निष्क्रियता में क्रिया और कर्म में निष्क्रियता देखता है
Krishna is Still Alive
After defeating Sri Krishna’s demon Arishtasura, the celestial sage Narada informs Kansa that Krishna is still alive and will kill him soon. Enraged, Kansa summons the demon Keshi and orders her to kill the child.
Keshi took the form of a terrible horse and started terrorizing the residents of Vrindavan. Krishna understood that the demon was challenging him to a fight. So, they faced that horse. Seeing the young boy, the horse insisted on him. However, Krishna caught one leg of the horse and threw it within a hundred yards. When Keshi regained consciousness, he tried to injure Krishna by opening his mouth. Prabhu pushed his left hand into the horse’s mouth, causing his teeth to fall out. Then, inflating his arm, killed him. Thus came the end of Keshi, another Asura of Kansa.
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