Yashoda (Sanskrit: यशोदा) was wife of Nanda within the Puranic texts of Hinduism. Within the Bhagavata Purana it is described that Yasoda later became the foster-mother to Krishna, who was born to Devaki but was given to Yashoda and Nanda in Gokul, by Krishna's father Vasudeva on the night of his birth, for his protection from Devaki's brother, the king of Mathura, Kansa.

Yashoda (Sanskrit: यशोदा) was wife of Nanda within the Puranic texts of Hinduism. Within the Bhagavata Purana it is described that Yasoda later became the foster-mother to Krishna, who was born to Devaki but was given to Yashoda and Nanda in Gokul, by Krishna's father Vasudeva on the night of his birth, for his protection from Devaki's brother, the king of Mathura, Kansa.

Krishna slays the Wild Ass Demon. Series: The Ancient Text of the Lord, Suite: Bhagavata Purana, Opaque watercolor on paper, India, Malwa (Mandu), ca. 1650

Krishna slays the Wild Ass Demon. Series: The Ancient Text of the Lord, Suite: Bhagavata Purana, Opaque watercolor on paper, India, Malwa (Mandu), ca. 1650

Ancient Aircraft (Vimana) and Parachute by King Salwa in Bhagavata Purana - Ancient Technology

Ancient Aircraft (Vimana) and Parachute by King Salwa in Bhagavata Purana - Ancient Technology

By Niraj Bidawatka  In the Padma Purana, there is a very important instruction given by Lord Shiva to Devi Durga. Lord Shiva is not only one of the twelve mahajanas (exalted spiritual authorities) but also the best among Krishna’s devotees. vaishnavānām yathā śambhu (12.13.16): It is mentioned in the Bhagavata Purana that Śambhu, or Lord Shiva is the best amongst the vaishnavas, the devotees of Vishnu, or Krishna. Therefore whatever Lord Shiva says is considered and accepted as authorized…

By Niraj Bidawatka In the Padma Purana, there is a very important instruction given by Lord Shiva to Devi Durga. Lord Shiva is not only one of the twelve mahajanas (exalted spiritual authorities) but also the best among Krishna’s devotees. vaishnavānām yathā śambhu (12.13.16): It is mentioned in the Bhagavata Purana that Śambhu, or Lord Shiva is the best amongst the vaishnavas, the devotees of Vishnu, or Krishna. Therefore whatever Lord Shiva says is considered and accepted as authorized…

Kakudmi Revati Time Travel - http://booksfact.com/puranas/theory-of-relativity-time-travel-in-bhagavata-purana-tripura-rahasya.html

Kakudmi Revati Time Travel - http://booksfact.com/puranas/theory-of-relativity-time-travel-in-bhagavata-purana-tripura-rahasya.html

Indian Miniature Paintings - Bhagavata Purana illustration: snake-demon Aghasura & Krishna with Balarama.Circa late 1800

Indian Miniature Paintings - Bhagavata Purana illustration: snake-demon Aghasura & Krishna with Balarama.Circa late 1800

The Salvation of Hiranyakasyapu (Shrimad Bhagavata Purana)❤️☀️

The Salvation of Hiranyakasyapu (Shrimad Bhagavata Purana)❤️☀️

Procession of Carriages Carrying Booty: Page from a Dispersed Bhagavata Purana Manuscript Date: ca. 1640–50 Culture: India (Gujarat) Medium: Ink and opaque watercolor on paper Dimensions: Image: 9 in. × 7 1/2 in. (22.9 × 19.1 cm) Sheet: 10 3/4 x 8 3/4 in. (27.3 x 22.2 cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Seymour Fund, 1976 Accession Number: 1976.17

Procession of Carriages Carrying Booty: Page from a Dispersed Bhagavata Purana Manuscript Date: ca. 1640–50 Culture: India (Gujarat) Medium: Ink and opaque watercolor on paper Dimensions: Image: 9 in. × 7 1/2 in. (22.9 × 19.1 cm) Sheet: 10 3/4 x 8 3/4 in. (27.3 x 22.2 cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Seymour Fund, 1976 Accession Number: 1976.17

Balarama bathing with the Milkmaids. Illustration to the tenth book of the Bhagavata Purana, Malwa, Central India, dated 1688, Gopi Krishna Kanoria collection, Calcutta, ...  shows Balarama, pale-skinned and crowned, consorting with the milkmaids after night upon night of ecstatic dancing; Desiring to bathe in the river Jumna, he commands it to alter its course and when the river fails to comply, drags it to him with the aid of his ploughshare. At the top of the picture, the river-goddess…

Balarama bathing with the Milkmaids. Illustration to the tenth book of the Bhagavata Purana, Malwa, Central India, dated 1688, Gopi Krishna Kanoria collection, Calcutta, ... shows Balarama, pale-skinned and crowned, consorting with the milkmaids after night upon night of ecstatic dancing; Desiring to bathe in the river Jumna, he commands it to alter its course and when the river fails to comply, drags it to him with the aid of his ploughshare. At the top of the picture, the river-goddess…

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