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jigershah
Senior Member


215 Posts
Posted - 08 June 2006 :  18:04:46

jsk

krishana is not an avaatar it is a pragtya as he him self came down to earth  twicw

once in sarswatt kalpa  and again in this  swevt varah kalpa age 5000 years ago

vyhu is four helpers to krishana  apart from vraj krishana  the son of  nanda yashoda

we have vasudeva son of vasudeva  represents  dharma  or sankh

we have shankarshan  or bal dauji  or chakra and moksh

we have anirudh  or gada as expert warrior son of krishna  as arth

we have  pradmna as padma  represents kaam

this swroop is named as para brahma in veda  paraam atma in gita upnishad call this swroop

as ishwaar and purans like bhagvaat call him bhagvaan

jsk

 



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vaibhav_shah
Pushtikul Elite Member - December 2003


270 Posts
Posted - 10 June 2006 :  14:04:10

jay jay shree gokulesh

thak you jigar bhai.  but one more thing that i want to ask is this means anirudh . balram vasudev and prdhumna are the incarnetion of the 4 aayudh ( weapons)  which are for protection of shree krushna?

vaibhav



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jigershah
Senior Member


215 Posts
Posted - 11 June 2006 :  18:31:31

jsk  well  god needs no protection god needs no weapons to win

this are incarnated to maintain the comfort of the lord serve the lord  enjoy the leela of the lord

jsk

 



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vaibhav_shah
Pushtikul Elite Member - December 2003


270 Posts
Posted - 20 June 2006 :  19:45:56

jay jay shree gokulesh

thank you jigar bhai

vaibhav



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jigershah
Senior Member


215 Posts
Posted - 23 June 2006 :  18:08:54

jsk

dharma arth kaam moksh  are four  human pursuits

bal bodh granth will say the same

when lord is born he dose not have to chase this four like we mortals do

for lord this four saty  as assistant to serve the lord

as shankh is vasudeva  = dharma

chakra is shankarshan = moksh

padma is praduymna = kaam

gada is anirudh = arth

jsk jiger shah



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vaibhav_shah
Pushtikul Elite Member - December 2003


270 Posts
Posted - 24 June 2006 :  16:44:16

jay jay shree gokulesh

thank you now i got the meaning of vyuha. thak you jigarbhai. please give the book name where this has been explained more.

vaibhav



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jigershah
Senior Member


215 Posts
Posted - 24 June 2006 :  17:14:13

jsk i have read several books

i dont remember where i read this now  but i think it was in meri samadhi bhasha   by acharys vraj raiji of ahmedabad  ( natwargopal   haveli )

jsk



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kaveeru
Junior Member


104 Posts
Posted - 08 August 2006 :  02:09:14

Jai Shree Krishna,

I got this information from one website....

The aim of every Avatara is to save the world from some great danger, to destroy the wicked and protect the virtuous. Says Lord Krishna: "Whenever there is decay of righteousness, then I myself come forth. For the protection of the good, for the destruction of the evil-doers, for the sake of firmly establishing righteousness, I am born from age to age".

The Avataras are one with the Supreme. They are not parts like the individual souls. Avataras or Incarnations are rays of the Lord. When the work of Loka-sangraha is over, they disappear from the world

Avataras are of various kinds. There are Purna-avataras, with full Kalas or rays. There are Amsa-avataras or partial incarnations. There are Lila-avataras.

Lord Krishna was a Purna-avatara. Sri Sankaracharya was an Amsa-avatara. Matsya, Kurma, Varaha, Narasimha, Vamana, Rama and others were Lila-avataras.

Krishna and Rama were the Avataras of Lord Vishnu. Dakshinamurthy was an incarnation of Lord Siva. Dattatreya was the Avatara of the Trimurtis—Brahma, Vishnu and Siva are three aspects of God. Brahma is the creative aspect; Vishnu is the preservative aspect; and Siva is the destructive aspect.

There are ten Avataras of Lord Vishnu. There are: Matsya (the Fish), Kurma (Tortoise), Varaha (the Boar), Narasimha (the Man-lion), Vamana (the Dwarf), Parasurama (Rama with the Axe), Ramachandra (the hero of the Ramayana), Sri Krishna, Buddha (the prince-ascetic, Founder of Buddhism) and Kalki (the Hero on a white Horse who is to come at the end of the Kali Yuga).

Lord Rama and Lord Krishna had no physical bodies. Their bodies were not made of five elements. They had divine forms. They had Chinmaya bodies, though to all appearance, it looked like flesh. They had no real birth and death like human beings. They appeared and disappeared, just as a Yogi does. Their bodies were not left in this world. There is no destruction for their bodies.

Just as a tailor who makes coats for others can make a coat for himself also, God who has created bodies for others, can create a body for Himself as well. There is no difficulty. He is omnipotent and omniscient. As He has control over Maya, He is fully conscious of His divine nature though He assumes a form. Still He is infinite and unconditioned.

Sometimes, the king visits the jail and enters the cell of a prisoner to see how matters are getting on in the prison. He does this for the good of the prisoners. He is quite independent, and yet, out of his own free will, he himself enters the cell. Even so, an Avatara puts on a body out of His own free will for the ascent of man. He is quite independent and has absolute control over Maya, like the king; while the Jiva is a slave of Avidya, so long as he has no Self-realisation.

Jai Shree Krishna

Thanks..

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