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Purnavatar Yogishvara Shri Krishna

Shri Krishna had attained these sixteen qualities i.e. arts of God through yoga and meditation and this is the reason why he is called the sixteen Kala Purna Avatar Purush. The sixteen arts are, in fact, different states of a yogi who has attained enlightenment. On the basis of the stage of realization, 15 stages of the light of the moon have been taken for the soul from pratipada to full moon. Amavasya is a symbol of ignorance and full moon is a symbol of complete knowledge.

August 19 – Shri Krishna Janmashtami

Among the main incarnations of Vishnu, the main deity of Sanatan Dharma, Sarvappujya Shodash Kalayukta Purnavatar Yogishvara Shri Krishna was born in the dynasty of King Yadu in the Kshatriya clan. Vishnu i.e. Shri Krishna took this incarnation in the form of Shri Krishna in the twenty-eighth Dwapar of Vaivasvata Manvantara from the womb of Devaki in the prison of Mathura. In the Mahabharata, various Puranas and other mythological texts, many details related to the calculation of the Mahabharata war, the birth and life time of Shri Krishna are available. The constellation details related to the birth and life time of Shri Krishna are inscribed in many ancient Indian texts. According to the second chapter of the Dwadash Skandha of the Bhagwat Mahapuran, according to Indian calculations, in the context of the beginning of Kaliyuga, the beginning of Kaliyuga was started on February 20, 3102 years before Christ, at 2:27 minutes 30 seconds. It has been told in the Puranas that when Shri Krishna died, the Kali Yuga arrived, according to which Krishna’s birth is believed to be between 4,500 to 3,102 BC. Bhagavata Purana Volume 10 Adhyay 3 and this Purana’s Section 11 Adhyay 6-7, Vishnu Purana Section 5 Adhyay 1,4,5,23 and 37, Matsya Purana Chapter 271 verses 51-52 and Harivansh Purana Volume 1 Chapter 52 as well as mythological According to many evidences available in the texts, Shri Krishna was born on the Ashtami of Krishna Paksha in Bhadramas in the cyclic year called Shrimukh. He was 125 years old when he died.

His death date is the same as the day Kali Yuga started on 18 February 3102 BCE. Lord Krishna was born 125 years before this date. From this we get the birth year of Shri Krishna in 3227 or 3228 BC. According to Vedic belief, there is no description of human history in the Vedas, however, according to modern scholars, Krishna is described in the Rigveda as a demon and an enemy of Indra, and his name Shyamvarna signifies the pre-Aryan people. The premise of Krishnakhyayan is that he was a valiant warrior and the male-god of the Yadu clan. According to such scholars, the Yadu tribe was one of the five major tribes mentioned in the Rigveda, the oldest Veda, but according to the then factionalism created by the continuous strife among the tribes of Punjab, these Yadus have ever been reproached. ever blessed.

Krishna is also Satvat, Andhaka-Vrishni too, and was brought up in Gokula (the commune of the cowherds) to protect him from Mama Kansa. This transfer also linked him with the Ahirs, a historical and pastoral people in the early centuries of Christ, who are the ancestors of the modern Ahir race. It was prophesied that Kansa would be killed by the son of Devaki, his sister, sometimes referred to as daughter in some of the received references, so Devaki was imprisoned along with her husband Vasudeva. The child Krishna-Vasudeva, the son of Vasudeva, grew up in Gokul, protected the cow from Indra, and killed the many-faced venomous Kaliya serpent, who had blocked the way to a convenient bank of Yamuna near Mathura. , didn’t kill him. Then Krishna and his more powerful brother Balarama, before fulfilling the prophecy, defeated the Mallas of Kansa in the arena. In his life span of 125 years by killing Kansa, Shri Krishna presented a unique example of Indian unity and Vedic philosophy of life, which remain revered and revered even today.

It is noteworthy that the name of Shri Krishna is available in all the ancient texts even in the Vedas. The name of Krishna appears many times in the Rigveda Samhita. The name of Krishna is there in the 23rd mantra of 116 suktas of Rigveda first mandala and in 119 suktas, but there is no way to know who he is? Probably he is not the son of Vasudeva. After this there is another Krishna who is the sage of many hymns of the Rigveda Samhita. Atharva Samhita is the story of the killer of a demon named Krishnakeshi. He is Vasudevanandan, no doubt about it. The name Krishna is found in Lalit Visrar among Buddhist scriptures. The Sutrapitaka is very ancient in Buddhist scriptures, it also has the name Krishna. In this book, Krishna is called asura. Krishna is the author of 85,86 87 hymns of the eighth mandala of the Rigveda samhita and 42,43,44 suktas of the tenth mandala. It is difficult to decide whether this Krishna is Devkinandan Krishna or not.

There is a context in the Chandogya Upanishad – Tadhetad ghor angirasah Krishnaya Devakiputraya uktva uvacha. Apipas and all Babav. Soantvelayamettrayam pratipadeyet akshitamasi achyutamsi pranasamshitamasiti.

Angiras dynasty Ghor (sage named) told this to Devaki’s son Krishna (he also became naughty after hearing this) that in the end, these three things should be observed – you are uneducated, you are infallible, you are prana sanshit.

The description of Shri Krishna is available in many mythological texts, the main ones are Mahabharata, Harivamsa and Puranas. The Puranas are eighteen in number. There is no account of Krishna in all of them, only Brahma, Padma, Vishnu, Ayu, Srimad Bhagavat, Brahmavaivarta, Skanda, Vamana and Kurma. There is a difference between the biography of Krishna available in the Mahabharata and the other texts mentioned above. What is in the Mahabharata is not in the Harivamsa and Puranas, and that which is present in the Harivamsa and the Puranas is not found in the Mahabharata. A detailed description of Shri Krishna’s character is mentioned in the last part of the Brahma Purana. There is a similar description in the Panchamsa of Vishnu Purana, both the descriptions are the same, there is no difference. A detailed description of Krishnashtami is mentioned in Matsya Purana Chapter Chappan. In this, while discussing the method and greatness of Krishnashtami fast celebrated on the Ashtami date of Bhadrapada Krishna Paksha, it has been said that this fast is going to destroy all sins. By performing this ritual, human beings especially get peace, liberation and victory.

Shri Krishna is considered to be a complete incarnation of sixteen arts. The word man has two meanings. The general meaning of the word purusha is the soul, addressed to the soul. And the second Purush word is also used for the Supreme Soul, who created, sustains and destroys this entire universe, etc. The Supreme Soul, who is a person, is full of many arts and disciplines, whereas the soul, being less knowledgeable, becomes proficient in some arts. That is why the soul cannot be God. Because it is the duty of the living entity to imbibe the qualities of God, that is why Krishna acquired these sixteen qualities of God i.e. arts through yoga and meditation and that is why he is called the sixteen Kala Purna Avatar Purush. The sixteen arts are actually different states of the yogi who has attained enlightenment. On the basis of the stage of realization, 15 stages of moonlight have been taken for the soul from pratipada to full moon. Amavasya is a symbol of ignorance and full moon is a symbol of complete knowledge.

In the Srimad Bhagavad-gita, Lord Krishna has described the nineteen states of realization of the self-realized yogi with different amounts of light. In this there are 3 initial positions of Agnijyotirah realization and 15 Kalas of Shukla: Shanmasa Uttarayanam are one of Shukla Paksha. Of these, there are 16 arts of the soul.

In Prasnopanishad’s Cent., while clearly describing about the sixteen arts, it has been said that desire, life, faith, earth, water, fire, air, sky, ten senses, mind, food, semen, austerity, mantra, world and The lord of these sixteen names is called Prajapati. Yogeshwar Shri Krishna, by assimilating these sixteen Kalas through Yoga and Vidya, protected the religion and the country, established himself as a great man in the hearts of the inhabitants of Aryavarta. Krishna fulfilled the purpose of the soul by assimilating all these sixteen qualities through his best deeds and yoga, that is why he was considered to be worshiped by imbibing the form of Lord Vishnu incarnate, giving him the name of a complete incarnation in time.

It is also worth mentioning that God and Jiva are different. In Yajurveda it is said –

Yasman Jatah Paroyoyasti or Vivesh Bhuvanani Vishwa.

Prajapati Prajaya Sanranastrini Jyotinshi Sachate Se Shodashi. ,

-Yajurveda Chapter 8 Mantra 36

That is, the men who wish for the home should be that who pervades all the worlds, the creator and sustainer of all the worlds, the giver, the just, eternal, that is, always remains like this, Sat, imperishable, conscious and blissful, eternally pure Buddha, free nature and The one who is separate from all things, the smallest, the greatest, the Almighty God, from whom no matter is good and which is not equal, worship him.

In this mantra, it has come for the shodashi man, both the male soul and the Supreme Soul are addressed, and both have the power to imbibe sixteen gunas, but in God with these sixteen qualities, there are many disciplines such as (trini) three (Trini). Astrologer) establishes Jyoti i.e. Sun, Lightning and Fire in all things. This work can never be done by Jiva Purush, nor can Jiva Purush ever do it because Jiva is less knowledgeable and one-worldly whereas God is omniscient and omnipresent, for this reason God has imbibed sixteen arts to the Jiva Purush, who is desirous of homesteading. In order to attain salvation, he has been inspired by the knowledge of Vedas, so that the living being continues to worship that Supreme Person. Just as Yogeshwar Krishna, the sixteen Kala complete incarnation, that Sat, imperishable, conscious and blissful, eternally pure Buddha, free in nature and separate from all matter, the smallest, the greatest, the almighty, the Supreme Person, kept on worshiping the Supreme Personality of Godhead.

It is noteworthy that in the incarnations, only the full incarnation of Shri Krishna is considered and he is called Vishnu. Shri Krishna is considered to be an incarnation consisting of sixteen arts. Therefore, Avatarism began with an integral form of Bhagwat Dharma, whose founder was Shri Krishna. This devotion of Shri Krishna later became the foundation of Bhagwat religion. The testimony of Panini Sutra, the history of Bhagwat religion, is invaluable, which shows the antiquity of devotion to Sri Krishna.

Vasudevarjjunabhyam Vun. – Panini Sutra 4/3/98

That is, on the words Vasudeva and Arjuna, there should be a suffix of Vun in the meaning of the Shashthi inflection.

From the Vasudevarjjunabhyam Vun Sutra the words Vasudevaka and Arjunaka mean a worshiper of Vasudeva and a worshiper of Arjuna. Therefore it is proved that Krishnarjuna was accepted as a deity even before the creation of the Panini Sutras.

Vasudeva – Sankarshana (Panini Sutra 8/1/15) is in the form of twin deities in examples of grammar. In the Mahabharata, there is a description of the worship of Shri Krishna and Krishna’s friend Arjuna. In this there was the worship of Nar-Narayan, in which Narayan was the head and Nar was his friend. This is called Narayaniya Dharma. In the chapter 339 of Mahabharata Shanti Parva, a special description of Narayanya Dharma is mentioned. Nar-Narayan is the name of Vasudeva and Arjuna. Like Nar-Narayan, Sankarsana and Vasudeva became the main thread of the new devotional religion. In this, after the meeting of Pradyumna and Anirudh, the form of Chaturvyuh was completed, which became a successful belief of Pancharatra Dharma. The proper description of Chaturvyuh is mentioned in Mahabharata Shanti Parva Adhyay 49.

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