12 Amazing Facts About Krishna

A known saying in Bhagvad Geeta.

Death is as sure for what which is born, as birth is for that which is death. Therefore grieve not for what’s inevitable!

Lord Krishna! The one who played most the roles in his life, a child, a brother, a charioteer, a warrior, a disciple, a guru, a cowherd, a messenger and lots of more! Throughout his life, Krishna enacted several roles on this worldly stage. a person with a dainty and refreshing smile on his face. His face is one of the most popular Hindu Gods within the Hindu mythology. His glory is unsurpassed. Krishna story is a source of joy and inspiration for the people from all walks of life.

Lord Krishna, popularly called Kanha or the flute player or the butter-robber is well known for his mischievous acts and his great teachings. Krishna is that the one who played his whole life with a rejoice in victory and defeat. Great stories narrated within the Hindu mythology and his notorious childhood is incredibly well reflected in every child.

Facts About Krishna

Facts About Krishna

Lord Krishna is crowned as the divine personification who reshaped the spiritual and temporal destiny of human race. Born in Mathura, the Hindu Lord has always been mesmerized and tales are written by the famous writers and poets. His flirtatious behavior is all well known and his innocent face is very well applauded by the world.

To have a glimpse of the NATKHAT KANHA , lets get into the 10 facts about Krishna that the world is aware of.

Amazing Facts About Krishna :-

  1. The actual body color of Krishna was dark and not blue.

    Facts About Krishna

    Facts About Krishna

  2. He also brought back the six dead sons of Devaki for a reunion who were the grandsons of Hiranakashyap and were suffering from a curse.
  3. Lord Krishna has total of 108 names. Some of that famous names are Gopal, Govind, Devakinandan, Mohan, Shyam, Ghanshyam, Hari, Baanke bihari, Girdhari etc.

    Facts About Krishna

    Facts About Krishna

  4. Krishna brought back the dead son of his Guru, Sage Sandipani and by this act he paid Guru Dakshina to his Guru.
  5. The six sons of Devaki whom Kansa killed were truly the sons of Kansa. Kansa was Kalanemi in his earlier birth and killed by Lord Vishnu. All the six sons of Devaki were the sons of Kalanemi in their previous births who were cursed by Hiranakashyap that they might be killed by their father. So Kansa killed his own sons only.

    Facts About Krishna

    Facts About Krishna

  6. The seventh son of Devaki was Balram and the eighth being Lord Krishna himself.

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  7. Krishna had 16,108 wives. Out of that eight were princely queens and he had 80 sons in all. 10 sons from each of those eight wives.

    Facts About Krishna

    Facts About Krishna

  8. Krishna’s pairing with Radha is world famous however there’s no mention of Radha anywhere in any of the Hindu scriptures neither Mahabharta nor Bhagwada Gita.

    Facts About Krishna

    Facts About Krishna

  9. It is believed that Radha was jealous of his bansuri (flute).
  10. The first person who told Karna regarding the secret of his birth was “Lord Krishna”.
  11. Rukmini, the wife of Lord Krishna is considered to be an avatar of goddess Laxmi.

    Facts About Krishna

    Facts About Krishna

  12. Ekalavya was originally a cousin brother of Krishna, son of Devsharava (brother of Vasudeva). When he sacrificed his right thumb as a Guru Dakshina asked by his Guru Dronacharya. Krishna blessed him with a reincarnation boon to require revenge from Dronacharya. And hence he was the only one who killed Dronacharya in Mahabharata. He name in Mahabharat was Drishtadyumna.

    Facts About Krishna

    Facts About Krishna

The teaching of our God Krishna is the much required of present times when there’s so much of evil in the world. As in “Mahabharat” Lord Krishna himself teaches Arjuna to be against his first cousin brothers and defeat him. Anyhow in the field because they (Kauravas) were wrong and Pandavas were fighting against the evil. The image of Lord Krishna is that the symbol of grounded and at the same time rising high within the sky. The flute is regard as the true companion of Lord Krishna that has seven holes. These seven holes denote seven sins that a common man commits during his life and when one fights these seven sins, Lord Krishna flows through him and also the person attains Moksha.

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