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Lord Krishna is one of the most popular and worshipped deities of the Hindu religion. Krishna represents strength, beauty, knowledge and opulence. Shri Krishna is the very embodiment of love and divine ecstasy that destroys all pain and offense. Shri Krishna Mantra forms the part of prayers offered to the lord. Lord Krishna Mantra / Mantras for Krishna are given below: Yam Brahmavarunainder Rudermaruka Satuanvanti Divyaa Satvaavedaai Sans Pad Karmopanishadaaegarayanati Yam Samga I Dhyanavasthit
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  Lord Krishna is one of the most popular and worshipped deities of the Hindu religion. Krishna represents strength, beauty, knowledge and opulence. Shri Krishna is the very embodiment of love and divine ecstasy that destroys all pain and offense. Shri Krishna Mantra forms the part of prayers offered to the lord. Lord Krishna Mantra / Mantras for Krishna are given below: Yam Brahmavarunainder Rudermaruka Satuanvanti Divyaa Satvaavedaai Sans Pad Karmopanishadaaegarayanati Yam Samga I Dhyanavasthittagatain Mansa Pashayanti Yam Yogino Yasyanatam Na Vidu Surasurgana Devai Tasmai Nama II Meaning: Lord Krishna is the one, whom the creator Brahma, Varuna, Indra, Rudra and Maruts admire with divine hymns. Krishna is praised by the singers of Sama all through the Vedas and Upanishads. Krishna is observed by the ascetics (Yogis) with their minds engrossed in the divine through perfection in meditation. The limit of Krishna is not even recognized by the Gods (Devas) and Demons (Asuras). We bow to the divine Lord Krishna. Tavamaksharam Paramam Vaideetvayam Tavamasya Vishwasaya Param Nidhanam I Tavamvayaya Shashvat Dharam Gopta, Sanatan Satayam Paursho Mato Mai II Meaning: Krishna's art is immortal and this is just one thing to be known. Lord Krishna is great and his art is the supreme refuge of this universe. The art of the Supreme is the eternal protector of the morality and dharma. We bow to the art of Lord Krishna, the Ancient Purusha. ----------------------------# Mula Mantra : Om Kleem Krishnaya Namah ----------------------# Krishna Gayatri Mantra: Om Daamodharayae Vidmahee Rukmani Vallabhaye Dheemahee Tanno Krishna Prachodayaath -------------------------------# Here is how to perform a simple puja dedicated to Lord Krishna. Select a calm and quite place. Clean the place and then take a bath. Place a photograph or idol or picture of Lord Krishna also of Lord  Ganesha. Keep a lamp ready. Place some flowers and fruits or sweets ready in a plate. Pray to Ganesha. Meditate for a few minutes to clear the mind of unwanted thoughts. Now light the lamp. Meditate or pray to Lord Krishna. Offer flowers  –  Tulsi leaves is the best offering made to Krishna. You can light incense or agarbathis. If needed you can ring the bell, while offering flowers. Chant the shloka  –  Om Namo Vasudevaya Namah. Now offer fruits or any sweet or usual food prepared for the deity. You can sprinkle some water after making the offering. You can meditate for a few minutes or read some shlokas or prayers dedicated to Krishna.  After the Kri shna Puja remove the fruits and share it as ‘prasad’ with others.  After the puja, find some time to read the Bhagavad Gita and contemplate. You will find ideas and thoughts rushing in, which will help you in finding new meaning and direction in your life. Other spiritual books that can be read include Uddhava Gita and Srimad Bhagavad Purana. Shri Krishna taught us to rise above rituals and to perform action. The best offering to Shri Krishna is to perform one’s duty by realizing the Brahman within. http://www.glimpseofkrishna.com/introtokrsna.htm

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Jul 23, 2017
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