Krishna – The Almighty God of Karma
“Karmanye-va-dhikaraste Ma Phaleshu Kadachan,
Ma Karma-phal-heturbhurma Te Sangostav-akarmani”
Shrimad BhagavadGita (ChapterII-Verse 47)
“Definitely you have the right to do work but not on the results.Never believe that the results are due to your work neither get attached to inaction.”
A divine mystical entity Lord Krishna symbolises spiritualism, mysticism & divinity since ages. Krishna is praised & worshipped as a god (Bhagwan) by all the Hindus. Chanting his name offers solace to the aggrieved souls & a healing touch to all his people (Bhaktas) to remain invested in their worldly affairs, peacefully.
World over Krishna & his charismatic deeds and sayings have fascinated the intellectuals & researchers alike. Lord Krishna is best acknowledged globally when it refers to “Shrimad Bhagwad Gita”. A massive compilation of conversation in verses (Shlokas) between “Krishna” & “Arjuna” amidst the two armies at the battlefield of “Kurushetra”. “Arjuna” who was there to fight his own cousins (Kauravas) & close relatives was numbed by mere thought of killing them in battle. In “Shlokas” Krishna told “Arjuna” that soul is immortal & body is immaterial. While fighting for justice & Truth (Satya) all relations become obsolete & one should leave all inhibitions, attachments & fear to punish the evil. A furious battle (Mahabharat) was fought between them. Lord Krishna chose to take the side of the righteous “Pandavas” against the evil “Kauravas” to establish the virtues of Dharma in true sense.
Kanha, Govind, Gopal, Shyam, Ghanshyam, Keshav, Madhav, Mohan, Vasudev, Jagannath are different names of Krishna. Resonance of Krishna’s name is like a pious hymn, a clarion call of divinity to change one’s life forever. Never in the history of spirituality, humanity has experienced such a diverse divine personality. His childhood fascinated everyone. His cravings for butter (Makhan) was so much so that he did not spare a single house in his village (Braj) for it & they used to call him “Makhanchor” (one who steals butter) out of their affection. His youth attracted all the girls (Gopiyan) around him & they loved him & his flute (Vanshi) recital to the core of their hearts.
“Yada – Yada Hi Dharmasya Glanirbhavati Bharata
Abhyuthanam Adharmasya TadatmanamSrijamyaaham”
Shrimad BhagavadGita (Chapter IV-Verse 7)
O children of Bharata when & where justice (Dharma) is overshadowed by the evil I come to existence to resolve it.
“Paritranaya Sadhunam Vinashaya Cha Dushkritam
Dharmasansthapnarthaya Sambhavami Yuge-Yuge.”
Shrimad BhagavadGita (ChapterIV-Verse 8)
To protect the pious ones, to destroy the offenders & to re-establish the justice (Dharma) I re-incarnate in every Era
Re-incarnation (Avatar) of divine power in Hinduism has been the most important aspect in the lives of Hindus thriving in India (Bharata). Krishna is believed to be the ultimate incarnation of God during that era (Dvapar). The absolute faith in the “Avatars” is the most believed & trusted phenomenon of Hinduism. It is strongly believed that when atrocities & cruelty infests the society & devilish forces become rampant & unbearable then divine re-incarnation takes place.
This page is poised to give you a glimpse of Lord Krishna & Shrimad Bhagwad Gita, the ultimate message for mankind since ages. Hinduism is not exactly a religion but more precisely it’s “A way of Life”. It is not barricaded by a particular philosophy or religion like in all other faiths thriving in the world. This makes Hinduism most beautiful as it gives so much freedom to the disciples that they do not interfere with other faiths. This acceptance gives them ability to be the most adjustable society in the world.