Srinathji ...

Srinathji ...

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it is customary to paint Krishna’s footprints right from the entrance of the house to the prayer room, symbolising the arrival of Krishna.

it is customary to paint Krishna’s footprints right from the entrance of the house to the prayer room, symbolising the arrival of Krishna.

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Lovingly arranged as a mandala, below Sri Ganesha: Vishnu (Krishna, center), Shakti (Goddesses), Shiva; flanked by Manjushri & Avalokiteśvara/Chenrezig. Shiva/Shakti as one stand in the front with two Saraswatis playing veena. Wow.

Lovingly arranged as a mandala, below Sri Ganesha: Vishnu (Krishna, center), Shakti (Goddesses), Shiva; flanked by Manjushri & Avalokiteśvara/Chenrezig. Shiva/Shakti as one stand in the front with two Saraswatis playing veena. Wow.

"One day a fruit vendor approached Lord Krishna's house, and the little toddler Krishna gathered some food grains with His little palms and went to the vendor to exchange the grains for fruit. On the way, almost all the grains fell from His palms, only one or two grains remaining, but the fruit vendor, out of full affection, accepted these grains in exchange for as much fruit as Krishna could take. As soon as she did this, her basket became filled with gold and jewels." - Srimad-Bhagavatam…

"One day a fruit vendor approached Lord Krishna's house, and the little toddler Krishna gathered some food grains with His little palms and went to the vendor to exchange the grains for fruit. On the way, almost all the grains fell from His palms, only one or two grains remaining, but the fruit vendor, out of full affection, accepted these grains in exchange for as much fruit as Krishna could take. As soon as she did this, her basket became filled with gold and jewels." - Srimad-Bhagavatam…

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