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Details about Shree Krishna ji have been written below. You can read it by going to the bottom.

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Who is Shri Krishna ji:-

Krishna was the 8th child of Vasudeva and Devaki. Devaki was the sister of Kansa. Kansa was a tyrannical king. He had heard from the Akashvani that he would be killed by the eighth son of Devaki. To avoid this, Kansa put Devaki and Vasudeva in the jail of Mathura. He was born in the jail of Mathura on the Ashtami of Krishna Paksha of Bhado month. Fearing Kansa, Vasudev took the newborn child across the Yamuna at night to Yashoda's place in Gokul. He was brought up in Gokul. Yashoda and Nand were his foster parents.

Shri Krishna is God in Hinduism. He is considered to be the 8th incarnation of Vishnu. He is also known by names like Kanhaiya, Shyam, Gopal, Keshav, Dwarkesh or Dwarkadhish, Vasudev etc. Krishna was a selfless karma yogi, an ideal philosopher, a wise man and a great man with divine wealth. He was born in Dwapara Yuga. He has been ranked as the best man of this era, Yug Purush or Yugavatar.

The character of Krishna is elaborately written in the Shrimad Bhagavatam and Mahabharata, composed by Maharishi Vedavyasa, a contemporary of Krishna. The Bhagavad Gita is a dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna, which is still popular all over the world. For this preaching, Krishna is also given the respect of Jagatguru.

The character of Krishna is elaborately written in the Shrimad Bhagavatam and Mahabharata, composed by Maharishi Vedavyasa, a contemporary of Krishna. The Bhagavad Gita is a dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna, which is still popular all over the world. For this preaching, Krishna is also given the respect of Jagatguru.

"Krishna" is a Sanskrit word, which is synonymous with "black", "dark" or "dark blue". The name is also sometimes translated as "overly attractive".

According to the description of Shrimad Bhagwat Purana, when Krishna was in his childhood, his naming ceremony was performed by Acharya Gargacharya at Nandababa's house. While naming the name, Gargacharya said, 'This son takes incarnation in every age. Sometimes its color is white, sometimes red, sometimes yellow. In each of the earlier ages, it has taken three varnas while taking the body. This time it is of Krishnavarna, hence its name will be Krishna.' Being the son of Vasudeva, he is called 'Vasudeva'. Apart from the name "Krishna", he has been known by many other names, which reflect his many characteristics. The most widespread names are Mohan, Govind, Madhav, and Gopal.

Krishna is often depicted wearing a peacock-feather wreath or crown, and is often depicted playing the bansuri (Indian flute). In this form, he is usually depicted with one leg in front of the other in the Tribhanga posture. Sometimes she is accompanied by a cow or a calf, symbolizing Govinda, the shepherd.

A detailed description of Krishna as a personality is first recorded in the epic Mahabharata, which depicts Krishna as an incarnation of Vishnu. Krishna is central to many of the main stories of the epic; the eighteenth chapter of the sixth parva (Bhishma Parva) of the epic that constitutes the Bhagavad Gita gives the wisdom of Arjuna on the battlefield. The Harivamsa, a later appendix to the Mahabharata, contains a detailed version of Krishna's childhood and youth.

Landing and Mahaprayana of Shree Krishna :-

Krishna was born in the month of Bhadrapada on the Ashtami Tithi, Rohini Nakshatra, at 12 o'clock in the night in the Krishna Paksha. Krishna's birthday is celebrated all over the world including India, Nepal, America in the name of Janmashtami. Krishna was born in the jail of Mathura. 

He was the 8th child of mother Devaki and father Vasudeva. According to the description of Shrimad Bhagwat, Bhojvanshi king Ugrasen used to rule in Mathura in Dwapar Yuga. He had a tyrannical son Kansa and he had a sister Devaki. Devaki was married to Vasudeva. Kansa put his father in Kargar and himself became the king of Mathura. Kansa was to die at the hands of his nephew, Devaki's 8th child. Kansa also imprisoned his sister and brother-in-law in the Kargar of Mathura and killed all the children of Devaki one after the other. When Krishna was born at midnight, the doors of the prison automatically opened and all the soldiers were in sleep. 

The shackles in Vasudeva's hands were also opened. Yashoda, the wife of Nanda, a resident of Gokul, was also going to have a child. Vasudev left the prison with his son in the soup.

Many Indian texts state that all the hundred sons of Gandhari die in the legendary Kurukshetra war (the war of Mahabharata). On the night before Duryodhana's death, Krishna sent his condolences to Gandhari. Gandhari accuses Krishna of not ending the war on purpose, in anger and grief, curses him that everyone in her own "Yadu dynasty" will perish along with her. According to the Mahabharata, a fight begins between the Yadavas at a festival, in which everyone kills each other. A few days later, Krishna, who is sleeping under a tree, is mistaken for a deer, a hunter named Zara. Krishna forgives Zara and leaves the body. Bhalka's pilgrimage site in Gujarat refers to the place where Krishna finished his incarnation and returned to Vaikuntha. It is also known as Dehotsarga. The Bhagavata Purana, Chapter 31, states that after his death, Krishna returned directly to Vaikuntha because of his yogic concentration. Even the waiting gods like Brahma and Indra could not find a way for Krishna to leave his human incarnation and return to Vaikuntha .

childhood and youth:-

Krishna took birth to Devaki and her husband, the Chandravanshi Kshatriya Vasudeva. Devaki's brother was a wicked king named Kansa. According to the mythological mention, in the marriage of Devaki, Kansa was told by the prophets that he was certain to be killed by Devaki's son. Kansa arranges to kill all the children of Devaki. When Krishna is born, Vasudeva secretly takes the infant Krishna across the Yamuna and exchanges him with another infant girl. When Kansa tries to kill the newborn, the infant girl appears as the Hindu goddess Durga, and disappears, warning her that her death has come to her kingdom. According to legends in the Puranas, Krishna, along with Nanda and his wife Yashoda grew up near modern-day Mathura. According to these mythology, Krishna also has two siblings, Balarama and Subhadra. The day of Krishna's birth is celebrated as Krishna Janmashtami

adulthood:-

The Bhagavata Purana describes the eight wives of Krishna, who appear in this sequence (Rukmini, Satyabhama, Jamvanti, Kalindi, Mitravrinda, Nagnajiti (also known as Satya), Bhadra and Lakshmana (also known as Madra). According to Dennis Hudson, it is a metaphor, the eight wives reflecting their different aspect. According to George Williams, Vaishnava texts refer to all the gopis as Krishna's wives, but it is all symbolic of devotion and spiritual connection. and to each is wholly revered Krishna. His wife is sometimes called Rohini, Radha, Rukmini, Swaminiji or others. In Krishna-related Hindu traditions, he is most commonly depicted with Radha. To all his wives and His beloved Radha is considered in Hindu tradition as an incarnation of the goddess Lakshmi, the consort of Vishnu. The gopis are believed to have many forms and manifestations of Radha.

Mahabharata war of Kurukshetra:-

According to the Mahabharata, Krishna becomes Arjuna's charioteer for the Kurukshetra war, but on the condition that he will not take up any weapons. After both reach the battlefield and seeing that the enemy is a member of his own family, his grandfather , and they have cousins ​​and loved ones, Arjuna sinks into anguish and says that his heart will not allow him to fight and kill his kin. He is ready to give up the kingdom and give up his Gandiva (Arjuna's bow). Krishna then gives him knowledge about the nature of life, morality and impermanence. When one is faced with a war between good and evil, the stability of the situation, the permanence of the soul and the distinction between good and evil, in the performance of duties and responsibilities, the nature and enjoyment of real peace and the various forms of Such yodha is essential for the bliss of yoga and the inner liberation. The conversation between Krishna and Arjuna is presented in the form of a text called the Bhagavad Gita.

Shrimad Bhagavad Gita:-

The sermon that Shri Krishna gave to Arjuna in the battlefield of Kuru region is known as Shrimad Bhagavad Gita. Among all the Hindu texts, Shrimad Bhagavad Gita is considered to be the most important. Because it contains the essence of a person's life and describes all the pastimes of Krishna from the Mahabharata period to Dwapar. It is believed that it was composed by Maharishi Ved Vyasa, although there is no proof in this, but the Bhagavad Gita is a book based on a conversation between Arjuna and his charioteer Shri Krishna. Sankhya Yoga, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga, Ek Theism etc. have been discussed in a very beautiful way in the Gita.

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