Lord Krishna is poornavatar. In Lord Vishnu’s avatar as Sri Krishna Lord’s pastimes are too many which indicates the power...
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Krishnavatar 1

  1. 1. Lord Krishna is poornavatar. In Lord Vishnu’s avatar as Sri Krishna Lord’s pastimes are too many which indicates the power which God posses. But, there are many misconceptions about this avatar. This is an attempt to prove through quoting various texts, primarily Srimad Bhagavatam, Srimad Bhagavat Gita etc. and also interpreting the leelas of Lord Krishna. Bhakti-yoga is the most simple and beautiful way to obtain Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna says:- “ Ye tu dharmamrtam idam yathoktam paryupasate Sraddadhana mat-parama bhaktas te ativa me priyah.” Those who follow this imperishable path of devotional service and who completely engage themselves with faith, making Me the supreme goal are very, very dear to Me.- Srimad Bhagvat Gita, Chapter 12, Sloka 20. Once the path of Bhakti is chosen Lord Krishna takes care of us, leads us to the right path and gives the best to make our lives filled with eternal happiness. Even if we forget Him for some span of time, he never does and reminds us That He is our goal. “ Agne naya supathaa raaye asmaan visvani deva vayunaani vidvaan Yuyodhy asmaj juhuraanam eno bhuyistham te nama utkim vidhema” O my Lord, as powerful as fire, O omnipotent one, now I offer You all obeisances, falling on the ground at Your feet. O my Lord, please lead me on the right path to reach You, and since You know all that I have done in the past, please free me from the reactions to my past sins so that there will be no hindrance to my progress.- Isopanishad, Sloka 18

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