Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Lord Krishna as Charioteer of Arjuna

This beautiful image depicts the story why Lord Krishna acted as Arjuna’s charioteer.  Knowing the fact that this position of Lord Krishna did not require the wielding of weapons but his decision to drive the chariot was one of devotion and love for his best friend. Lord Krishna knew that Arjun was on the right path of religion but at some point hesitate in killing his own brothers. So he chose this position to give him the divine guidance. And more on that Lord Krishna promised to Kaurav's that he would not raise weapon in battle of Mahabharata.

Lord Krishna as Charioteer of Arjuna in battlefield.
Lord Krishna as Charioteer of Arjuna photo

Thursday, 8 January 2015

Radha-Krishna dancing photo

Beautiful image of Lord Krishna with his beloved Radha in dancing pose. This beautiful image is good option for desktop wallpaper.
Jai Shri Krishna 
Jai Shri Radhe

Shri Krishna with Radha dancing photo
Radha Krishna image

Thursday, 18 December 2014

Krishna marriage with Lakshmana and Rohini

Lakshmana was the wife of Lord Krishna and the last of the Asthabharya the eight principal queen-consorts. She was the daughter of an unnamed ruler of Madra provinces. The King organized the swayamvara ceremony, where the archer had to shoot the target to win the hand of bride for marriage. Among all the princes gathered, Duryodhana and Jarasandha miss the target. Arjun the Pandava prince and Krishna's cousin, described as the best archer at times, missed his aim at the target intentionally. Arjun’s brother Bhima refused to participate in deference to Krishna. Ultimately, Lord Krishna wins by hitting the target and got married to her. Rohini is also Krishna’s wife and one of the Asthabharya.
Whereas in The Bhagavata Purana it is mentioned that Lord Krishna abducts Lakshmana from the swayamvara.

Lord Krishna kidnapping Lakshmana
Lord Krishna with Lakshmana

Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Krishna marrying Nagnajita

Nagnajita was Lord Krishna wife and one of Asthabharya. Nagnajita was the daughter of Nagnajit the king Kosala Kingdom. The king Nagnajit had taken a vow to marry his daughter to a man that takes his 7 bulls and puts noose on them successfully. Many tried but failed. When Lord Krishna heard about this he went to Kosala Kingdom and expressed his intent to marry his daughter Nagnajita .The king welcomed him and asked him to do the same task before having her hand in marriage. Krishna assumes himself in 7 forms and conquers all of them at once and got married Nagnajita.
Krishna admiring Nagnajita
Krishna marrying Nagnajita 

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Rukamani prominent queen of Krishna

Rukmani is the first and most prominent queen of the Lord Krishna the king of Dwarka.Rukmani is considered as the incarnation of goddess Lakshmi who wanted to marry and stay with her husband Lord Vishnu on earth. It is believed that Rukmani was the only woman who was just as beautiful and virtuous as Radha. This story depicts how Lord Krishna heroically abducted her and eloped with her to prevent an unwanted marriage at her request and saved her from an evil Shishupal.

Rukmini was the daughter of Bhishmaka, the King of Vidarbha. She secretly developed the love for Lord Krishna in her heart. Her brother Rukmi was a friend of Jarasandha, who was an enemy of Krishna. Rukmi wanted Rukmani to marry his friend Shishupala the crown prince of Chedi and also a friend of Jarasandha and was against Krishna. Rukmi arranged for Rukmini's wedding by convincing his father to marry her with Shishupala, who actually wanted Rukmini to marry Krishna. When Rukmini heard this news she wrote a letter to Lord Krishna about her love for him and her brother's plans and sent it through a Brahmana. She asked Lord Krishna to kidnap her on her way to temple or back. Lord Krishna after reading the letter at once left for Vidarbha along with his brother Balarama.

Meanwhile, Shishupala was over the moon at the news from Rukmi that he could simply go to Kundina (present day Koundanyapur) Amravati district and claim Rukmini. Jarasandha felt something wrong and doubt that Krishna might interrupt the wedding thus sent all his vassals and allies along with him. And other hand when Bhishmaka heard about Krishna's arrival he joyfully set up a furnished mansion for Krishna to take rest on his way.

Rukmini went to the Parvati temple but could not see Krishna anywhere, she prayed to goddess Parvati that Krishna takes her away. Rukmini when she stepped out of the temple she saw Krishna waiting for her, he soon swept her into his chariot with him. They both started to ride off when Shishupala noticed them and instantly Jarasandha's forces started chasing them. Balarama tried to stop and occupied most of them but Rukmi almost caught Krishna.

Lord Krishna and Rukmi fought with the predictable result of Krishna's victory. When Krishna was about to kill him, Rukmini fell at the feet of Krishna and begged to spare her brother's life. Lord Krishna generously agreed but as punishment, shaved Rukmi's head and let him go free. There was no greater shame for a warrior than a visible sign of defeat.

Lord Krishna came to the village of Madhavpur Ghed with Rukmini and got married to her at this very place. In the memory of that event now there is a temple built for Lord Madhavrai. In memory of this marriage a celebration is held at Madhavpur every year. Later in Dwaraka, Lord Krishna was married to Rukmini with big ceremony.

Rukamani the prominent queen of Krishna
Krishna marrying Rukamani