As we promised that we will share quotes and stories/facts with each Radha Krishna HD images so you can read the quote below and here is the story with this Radha Krishna Images & Krishna Stories named ” Krishna and His Smile”.
Radha and Krishna HD Images and Tales
आप बेकार की चिंता क्यों करते हैं?
तुम किससे डरते हो?
कौन तुम्हें मार सकता है?
आत्मा न तो पैदा होती है और न ही मरती है। ”
– भगवान कृष्ण
Krishna and His Smile
Lord Krishna gave up his physical form at the hands of a hunter at the age of 125 years. But as he was at birth, he was also in death at the same condition, he had the same smile on his face as always. In fact, it is said that his last task was to bless the hunter who accidentally shot him as a deer. Such was his love. Throughout his life, Lord Krishna faced various and many crises, which came one after another in his life like waves one after the other. Yet, not even once was his face covered with sorrow. But as he faced every difficulty under the sun, there was no place of sorrow ever in the presence of Shri Krishna. He was the incarnation of Anand. In his presence, everyone forgot to forget their troubles and rejoiced. In his presence, he tasted his own pleasure. Even now, after this time, the thought of him fills us with joy.
जो भी हुआ अच्छा हुआ। जो भी हो रहा है वे भी अच्छा हो रहा है, और जो भी होगा वह भी अच्छा ही होगा।
भविष्य के बारे में चिंता मत करो। वर्तमान में जियो।”
– भगवान कृष्ण
The story of Krishna comes in sections through Sanskrit literature, first in the Mahabharata (speaks of the time of Krishna’s youth), then in Harivamsa (which speaks of his pastoral family), then in the Vishnu Purana (which refers to him Does, as an avatar of Vishnu), then the now popular Srimad Bhagavat Purana (which refers to dancing with milkers at night) and the song Govinda (who introduces us to Radha) from Jayadeva.
Of course, the story of Krishna was transmitted orally for thousands of years before it was put into writing. Which we will never know. We know that the Mahabharata reached its final textual form about 2,000 years ago, Harivansh about 1,700 years ago, Vishnu Purana about 1,500 years ago, the final layers of the Bhagavata Purana came together over 1,000 years ago and Geet Govind about 800 years ago.
“अपने काम पर अपना दिल लगाओ लेकिन उसके इनाम पर कभी नहीं।”
– भगवान कृष्ण
Some recollect the story of Krishna from birth to death, as they do for Rama. Of course, devotees would never say that Rama or Krishna died! They would speak of his descent from Vaikuntha as avatars, and his return to Vaikuntha.
Rama is different from Krishna because Rama does not know that he is Vishnu, whereas Krishna knows. Rama is the seventh avatar and Krishna is eighth in popular traditions. For Krishna devotees, Krishna is the great avatar of Vishnu. Largest Even: Purna Avatar (Purna-Avatar), the best personal manifestation (Saguna Brahma) of Avyakta Paramatma (Nirguna Brahma).
For many devotees, Krishna’s Goloka’s paradise is greater than Vishnu’s paradise Vaikuntha. Vaikuntha is situated in the ocean of milk, but all this milk comes from the milk of cows located in Goloka. These cows voluntarily give up their milk as they are impressed by the music of Krishna, who, inspired by Radha’s beauty and love, plays the flute, as he stands under the celestial Kadamba tree, which forms the Kalpavriksha in Goloka. It bears the divine wish-fulfilling tree.
“सिर्फ एक ही तरह से आप मुझ पर विजय प्राप्त कर सकते हैं,
और वह केवल प्रेम के माध्यम से”
– भगवान कृष्ण
Krishna Tales Across the Country
There are many common and continuous stories of Krishna across India, Krishna is different in India and different parts of the world.
In Maharashtra, people connect with Krishna through the image of Vithoba of Pandharpur. Poets and saints of Maharashtra like Eknath, Tukaram and Dnyaneshwar brought Krishna to the masses. In Rajasthan and Gujarat, Krishna is reached through Srinathji of Nathdwara.
The people of Odisha connect with Krishna through the local image of Jagannath in the Puri temple. In Assam, it is through several Namghars, which were established 500 years ago by Shankardev. Here, there is no statue of Krishna. He is reached through chanting, singing, dancing and performing.
In Tamil Nadu, Krishna is rarely different from Vishnu. He gave a collective inspiration to poets known as Alvars. In Kerala, about 400 years ago, a Sanskrit poem called Narayanim was composed. It tells the story of the Bhagavata Purana in a very brief form and is popular in the Guruvayur temple. North India is completely ignorant of these traditions.
In Southeast Asian countries like Cambodia, Krishna is heroic. He wrestles and defeats monsters, but there is no reference to his rustic roots.
So Krishna who became popular in Southeast Asia over 1,000 years ago is Vasudev Krishna of Mahabharata, not Gopal Krishna of Bhagavata. If seen through the lens of geography, Krishna is thus very different, as seen through the lens of history.
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