I have posted on Lord Rama’s Date of birth,Travels,His Death, Krishna’s Dwarka,Date of Ramayana, Mahabharata,Bhagavad Gita,Rig Veda,Rama’s Ancestors,Kauravas Names. Please find th…

Ramayana Mahabharata Dynasties From Manu

I have posted on Lord Rama’s Date of birth,Travels,His Death, Krishna’s Dwarka,Date of Ramayana, Mahabharata,Bhagavad Gita,Rig Veda,Rama’s Ancestors,Kauravas Names. Please find th…

I am death, which overcomes all, and the source of all beings still to be born. Krishna, Bhagvad Geeta

I am death, which overcomes all, and the source of all beings still to be born. Krishna, Bhagvad Geeta

Life Before Life - Where Were We Before We Were Born? There are many theories, but the one that...read on.

Life Before Life - Where Were You Before You Were Born?

Life Before Life - Where Were We Before We Were Born? There are many theories, but the one that...read on.

MOHNISH AHLUWALIA NOTES: A tale of many curses was cause of Krishna’s death...

MOHNISH AHLUWALIA NOTES: A tale of many curses was cause of Krishna’s death...

Krishna With Deer and Peacock in Vrindavan. Another favorite I have hung over my writing desk.

Krishna With Deer and Peacock in Vrindavan. Another favorite I have hung over my writing desk.

Yashoda's only regret on death bed, know more about Lord Krishna's parents death

Yashoda's only regret on death bed, know more about Lord Krishna's parents death

Krishna’s death is said to be the end of the Dwapar Yuga and the beginning of the Kali Yuga. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu believed that sinners in the Kali Yuga could absolve their sins by constantly chanting the name of Krishna.

Krishna’s death is said to be the end of the Dwapar Yuga and the beginning of the Kali Yuga. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu believed that sinners in the Kali Yuga could absolve their sins by constantly chanting the name of Krishna.

Lord Krishna's Death Rites

Who Performed The Final Rites Of Lord Krishna

SAMSKARAS are Vedic rites of passage. Sacraments are performed to celebrate and sanctify life's crucial junctures, inform family and community, and secure inner-world blessings. Here are eight of the essential rites or 'samskaras' performed after birth till death.

SAMSKARAS are Vedic rites of passage. Sacraments are performed to celebrate and sanctify life's crucial junctures, inform family and community, and secure inner-world blessings. Here are eight of the essential rites or 'samskaras' performed after birth till death.

☀ SHRI HANUMAN ॐ ☀ Artist: Yogendra Rastogi Shri Krishna said: “For the soul there is neither birth nor death at any time. He has not come into being, does not come into being, and will not come into being. He is unborn, eternal, ever-existing and...

☀ SHRI HANUMAN ॐ ☀ Artist: Yogendra Rastogi Shri Krishna said: “For the soul there is neither birth nor death at any time. He has not come into being, does not come into being, and will not come into being. He is unborn, eternal, ever-existing and...

Give Now! At the time of death everything will be taken away from you anyway BUT if you give back to Krishna while you are still alive you will get credit for this! Rukmini Devi Dasi: “Coff…

Give Now! At the time of death everything will be taken away from you anyway BUT if you give back to Krishna while you are still alive you will get credit for this! Rukmini Devi Dasi: “Coff…

The city of Dwarka is one of the prominent Chardham, the 4 sacred pilgrimage sites of Hinduism. Dwarka's reputation is due to the identification of the modern city with the mythological sacred city of Dvārakā, which according to Hindu mythology, was a city where Krishna, the 8th avatar of Vishnu, once lived (above). After Krishna’s death, legend says the city was swallowed up by a massive flood, thus returning it to the ocean. Numerous civilizations have rebuilt near where Dvārakā once…

The city of Dwarka is one of the prominent Chardham, the 4 sacred pilgrimage sites of Hinduism. Dwarka's reputation is due to the identification of the modern city with the mythological sacred city of Dvārakā, which according to Hindu mythology, was a city where Krishna, the 8th avatar of Vishnu, once lived (above). After Krishna’s death, legend says the city was swallowed up by a massive flood, thus returning it to the ocean. Numerous civilizations have rebuilt near where Dvārakā once…

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