Krishna is the symbol of an able statesman, a warrior, a great philosopher and a teacher. He is the symbol of love, devotion and joy. He is considered to be the eighth avatar (reincarnation) of Vishnu. Krishna delivered Bhagwad Gita on the battlefield to Arjun. He, like Rama, is also known for his bravery in destroying evil powers throughout his life. He is usually depicted as playing the flute (murali), indication spread of the melody of love to people. He is also shown with his devotee Radha, and “Radha Krishna” represents a playful form of the Almighty, sending a message of universal love. They symbolize the eternal love between people and God.
Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki Shri Girdhar Krishna Murari Ki Gale Mein Baijanti Mala, Bajave Murali Madhur Bala Shravan Mein Kundal Jhalakala, Nand Ke Anand Nandlala Gagan Sam Ang Kanti Kali, Radhika Chamak Rahi Aali Latan Mein Thadhe Banamali Bhramar Si Alak, Kasturi Tilak, Chandra Si Jhalak Lalit Chavi Shyama Pyari Ki Shri Giradhar Krishnamuraari Ki Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki Shri Girdhar Krishna Murari Ki x 2 Kanakmay Mor Mukut Bilse, Devata Darsan Ko Tarse Gagan So Suman Raasi Barse Baje Murchang, Madhur Mridang, Gwaalin Sang Atual Rati Gop Kumaari Ki Shri Giradhar Krishna Murari Ki Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki Shri Girdhar Krishna Murari Ki x 2 Jahaan Te Pragat Bhayi Ganga, Kalush Kali Haarini Shri Ganga, Smaran Te Hot Moh Bhanga Basi Shiv Shish, Jataa Ke Biich, Harei Agh Kiich; Charan Chhavi Shri Banvaari Ki. Shri Giradhar Krishnamuraari Ki… Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki Shri Girdhar Krishna Murari Ki x 2 Chamakati Ujjawal Tat Renu, Baj Rahi Vrindavan Benu Chahu Disi Gopi Gwaal Dhenu Hansat Mridu Mand, Chandani Chandra, Katat Bhav Phand Ter Sun Diin Bhikhaarii Kii Shri Giradhar Krishnamuraari Ki Aarti Kunj Bihari Ki Shri Girdhar Krishna Murari Ki
In Hinduism, a deity, often referred to as a god or goddess, represents a divine power or principle. Hindus have a wide range of deities, each with their own unique stories, attributes, and significance. They are revered, celebrated, and worshipped in various forms and manifestations.
Hinduism encompasses a vast pantheon with millions of deities. However, most of these are regional or local manifestations of a smaller number of major deities. The Holy Trinity or "Trimurti" of Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (the preserver), and Shiva (the destroyer) is central to many traditions within Hinduism.
Start by learning the stories, attributes, and significance associated with that deity. Engage in temple activities, attend lectures or discourses, or consult sacred scriptures. Open-minded exploration and genuine curiosity are key.
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