Pages tagged with Lord Krishna

I LAY PROSTRATE...Whenever you tell me I am Author of the day I ask myself Me who!!!!! ...Loverme or you..both are true...
My Lord...I don't seek for others to speak......have faith or not ..what is it to me I never invade in one's privacy..So you can safely read me Commenti f you please I will return the favour and know you also
O LORD .Despite the only one spewing venom since years ten ,unknowingly... pardon may you such ones. I am happy so many on Wiki s still read me not with-stab-ding...
Mi Lord and I Let all abandon Wikis but MI LORD AND I WILL stay as longe as we live hopefully
Karna was killed by a ruse in the battle of Kurukshetra as related in the Mahabharta. The killing evokes strong emotions and one wonders what was the motive of Lord Krishna
A physical relationship with a younger woman is always beneficial. vatsyayana confirms it and in the same breath seduction of a virgin is part of the cycle of life.
Lord Krishna is a source of great wisdom. Here by a simple example he shows the path to become a karamyogi.
Lord Sivaramakrishnan A.He needs no introduction as each ones page has ink flowing imparting only wisdom I have gained from him so I thought of sharing with all his magnetism
The article speaks about the relevance of Krishna Janmashtami in the lives of numerous Indians in the country.
I may not be living safe, if you were not with me. i would be deep in river if you have not given me the side. You are everything, Lord Krishna. Feel the love.....
Karna an dArjuna were brothers, but they had to fight. In theory karna represented the bad and Arjuna the good.
Holi is the most fun-filled and energetic Indian festival. It's a social gathering that brings in real joy and entertainment, excitement and play, songs and dancing, and, of course, plenty of dazzling colors!
The Colorful Festival of Holi, (रंगो का त्यौहार- होली), signifies the triumph of good over evil, exemplary by the burning and defeat of the evil female demon, Holika (होलिका). Facilitated by an utmost devotion to the Hindu god of preservat...
“Yathihaasthi thadanyathra Yannehaasthi na thath kvachith” A saying about the Hindu epic Mahabharatha which means that you can see the things mentioned in Maha Bharatha somewhere else, but cannot see anything anywhere that did not have a mention in Mahabharatha. However, when you ...
The great saints used many symbols in Hinduism to teach us how to live a better life. Lord Krishna is the symbol of modern day man and a close watch to his actions will give us an idea to overcome our daily challenges.
war is part of Hindu thought and philosophy and was given a respected place. The lord justified a righteous war as a part of Dharma
The Gita is the sermon by the Lord Krishna on the battlefield at Kurukshetra. I's a divine book with great wisdom
In my humble assessment I have found shivaramakrishnan the most impartial and intellectual human element amongst most of us here. Hence this small piece less than 500 but since wiki will not excuse me I;ll add on
No death should be celebrated and unfortunately some people in the Muslim world have debased themselves and gone contrary to the Koran by dancing and distributing sweets
The Shrinathji temple at Nathdwara is not only a place of religious importance but also a tourist's delight
The Gita is the essence of Hindu religion and considered the word of God
As starting from its first part its based on my lifelong research of more than 3 and half decade for introducing scouting as part of modern education system globally. It focus on ancient and modern knowledge and wisdom from east and west. I am leaving a note at the end of the wiki nut...
This Wiki Nut is metaphysical in nature and embraces Philosophy of Hinduism, and thus Indian Religions and Faiths. It is based on a real discussion at the Facebook that I had with person from the west about eastern philosophy of religion. Giving more than 50 points about the topic. Th...
Lord Krishna was a God and he read the mind of the Princess Rukmani and as she loved him he carried her away
Conch was blown before a battle was started or to announce the victory of an army. It is also placed in the altar and worshiped.
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