Krishna bhagwan

“Come on sweetheart let's adore one another before there is no more of you and me” ― Rumi <3

“Come on sweetheart let's adore one another before there is no more of you and me” ― Rumi <3

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"Radha is the goddess of lovers and desperate romantics. The beloved mistress of the youthful god Krishna, Radha's passionate, erotic, dram is one of the world's great myths of love and separation. The Radha energy is present wherever there is passionate love and the wish to merge with the beloved." From "Awakening Shakti" by Sally Kempton

"Radha is the goddess of lovers and desperate romantics. The beloved mistress of the youthful god Krishna, Radha's passionate, erotic, dram is one of the world's great myths of love and separation. The Radha energy is present wherever there is passionate love and the wish to merge with the beloved." From "Awakening Shakti" by Sally Kempton

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Jai Shree Krishna  Beautiful. Radha Krsna ...Their love story is eternal.

Jai Shree Krishna Beautiful. Radha Krsna ...Their love story is eternal.

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Branch of Hinduism worshipping the demigods. What a beautiful belief and what a beautiful placebo!

Branch of Hinduism worshipping the demigods. What a beautiful belief and what a beautiful placebo!

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Vishnu appears on earth in various avatars, but only Rama and the Buddha play a significant role. He contains and balances good and evil and preserves the divine order of the universe. He wears a seven-headed cobra and holds a lotus flower, conch shell, spinning disc and a mace. He also bears a caste mark on his forehead.

Vishnu appears on earth in various avatars, but only Rama and the Buddha play a significant role. He contains and balances good and evil and preserves the divine order of the universe. He wears a seven-headed cobra and holds a lotus flower, conch shell, spinning disc and a mace. He also bears a caste mark on his forehead.

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Krishna, in his Narasimha avatar, usually depicted with a lion's head, many arms, a wreath of venomous snakes, and a whole lotta carnage.

Krishna, in his Narasimha avatar, usually depicted with a lion's head, many arms, a wreath of venomous snakes, and a whole lotta carnage.

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"Sita floats on an ocean of tears. Sita stands as the radical interface of love and suffering. Sita exists only for love. She personifies loyalty. She incarnates devotion. On an archetypal level, she stands for the feminine principle of loving submission -submission to the masculine, submission to the divine, submission to life itself." From "Awakening Shakti" by Sally Kempton

"Sita floats on an ocean of tears. Sita stands as the radical interface of love and suffering. Sita exists only for love. She personifies loyalty. She incarnates devotion. On an archetypal level, she stands for the feminine principle of loving submission -submission to the masculine, submission to the divine, submission to life itself." From "Awakening Shakti" by Sally Kempton

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