As we promised that we will share quotes and stories/facts with each Krishna and Radha HD Wallpaper, so you can read the quote below and here is the first story with these Shree Krishna Images named “Govardhan Hill”
Stories About Shree Krishna and Krishna and Radha HD Wallpaper
Worshiping Indra, the god of rain, was a ritual among the residents of Vrindavan. Once, while the preparations were in full swing, Krishna suggested that the villagers should worship Govardhan hill. He gave assurance and started worshiping the hill. This made Indra very angry, and he sent all of his rain clouds in the village.
The strong rain poured many cats and dogs, and everyone sought Krishna’s help. Unable to see his devotees in plight, the Lord lifted Govardhana with his little finger. He told the villagers to take refuge under the hill and stood in that position for seven nights. Indra realized his mistake and later apologized to Shri Krishna.
Story of Krishna and Bali
Vanar Raj Bali was the king of Kishkindha and elder brother of Sugriva. Bali was married to Tara, the daughter of Vanar Vaidyaraj Sushen. Tara was a nymph. Bali’s father’s name was Vanarsrestha ‘Raksha’. The godfather of Bali was Indraj Indra. Bali had a son named Angad. Bali was a master at the battle of Gada and Malla. He also had the power to fly. He was considered the most powerful person on earth.
According to the Ramayana, Bali received a gold necklace from his godfather Indra. The power of this necklace was strange. Brahma had given this necklace a boon with a mantra that whenever wearing it, Bali would get half of his enemy’s power in the battlefield. For this reason, Bali was almost invincible.
Bali had defeated Dudubhi, Mayavi and Ravana on the strength of his power. Bali captured his brother Sugriva’s wife and forced him out of his kingdom. Hanumanji introduced Sugriva to Lord Shree Ram. Sugriva told his pain and then Shree ram killed Bali with an arrow while a battle was going between Bali and Sugriva.
Although Prabhu Shree ram had not committed any crime, but still Bali had a sting in his mind that Lord Rama killed me with cheating. When Lord Shri Ram took the incarnation of Krishna, the same bali took a new birth in the form of a hunter named Jara and struck Sri Krishna with a poisoned arrow considering a deer, when he was resting under a tree in Yoganidra.
Actually, Sri Krishna made his abode in Dwarka and left the body in the Prabhas region near Somnath. Lord Krishna was very upset to see the destruction of his family in this area. They started living there since then. One day they were resting under a tree, when a fowler mistook them as deer and shot them. This arrow went to his feet and then he decided to give up his body.
According to mythological beliefs, Prabhu took an avatar in the form of Rama in Treta and shot bali with an arrow. “At the time of Krishnavatar, God made the very same Bali named Jara and selected the exact same death for himself as he had actually offered to Bali.”
The Prabhas region is the ancient name of the present settlement of Birabal harbor located on the coastline of Kathiawar. It is a major pilgrimage place. According to the Mahabharata, it was a famous shrine situated at the Saraswati-Samudra Sangam. …
‘समुद्रं पश्चिमं गत्वा सरस्वत्यब्धि संगमम्’।
It is told at the confluence of Hiranya, Saraswati and Kapila, in the east of the specific place or Dehotsarg Tirtha Nagar. It is also called Prachi Triveni. It is also called Bhalka Tirtha.
After five years of unbearable pain, that Bhil Jara realized that he did not kill any common man but took the life of god who came as human being on earth. Going back to the same place and saying ‘Govind Govind’, the fowler sacrificed his life in the sea. The place where Jara shot an arrow to Sri Krishna is today called the ‘Bhalka’ shrine. The temple that built there has a life-size statue of Krishna lying under a tree and Just few inches far jar have stood near him by folded his hand.
Krishna’s Connection With Peacock’s Feather
As soon as the name of Lord Krishna comes in our mouth, the face of his beautiful child image or his young image comes in front of our eyes. Every image of Shri Krishna has peacock feathers on his head. Lord Krishna loved peacock feathers so much that it became a part of their makeup.
People have given many arguments regarding why Lord Shri Krishna wearing peacock feathers in his crown.
- Peacock is believed to be the only creature in the whole world that follows the Brahmacharya fast throughout its life. Morni is conceived by drinking peacock tears. Therefore, Lord Shri Krishna himself wears the feather of such a sacred bird on his head.
- It is said that there used to be a lot of peacocks in Radha’s palace and when Radha danced to the tune of Lord Krishna’s basuri, peacocks also danced with her. One day while dancing the feather of a peacock fell on the ground, Lord Krishna immediately picked it up and decorated it on his head. The peacock feather on the head of Lord Krishna is also a sign of Radha’s love.
- According to scholars, one reason that Lord Krishna loved peacock feathers could be that he did not make any distinction between his friend and foe, he was equally with both of them. The example of this is that Brother of Shri Krishna, Balarama, who is considered to be Sheshnag’s avatar, and there is a fierce hostility between the serpent and the peacock. Therefore, Shri Krishna puts a feather of peacock in his crown and gives the message that he has the same feeling towards everyone.
- All kinds of colors are found in peacock’s feather, dark and light. Lord Shri Krishna wants to convey the same message through these colors of peacock feathers that our life is also full of all such colors, sometimes bright and sometimes light, in the same way, life also brings happiness like these colors and sometimes Unhappiness.
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