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Lord Krishna, the eighth avatar of God Vishnu is worshiped as a supreme God in Hinduism. Born in northern India (around 3,228 BCE), Lord Krishna's life marks the passing of the Dvapara age and beginning of the Kal yuga (which is also considered as the current age). Lord Krishna can be found in several Hindu mythological books, especially in the epic Hindu book, the Mahabharata. Lord Krishna is also described as an important figure in the Bhagavata Purana.
This is another Hindu epic book that dates to the 10th century B.C. In the text, Lord Krishna is described as the charioteer for the warrior Arjuna who had guided him morally and gave military counsel to the leader. The figure of Lord Krishna is depicted as having blue or blue-black skin. He holds a flute (bansuri) and sometimes accompanied by a cow or cowherd. Krishna is also known by many other names, such as Govinda, Madhusudhana, Vasudeva and Mukunda. He is also depicted as a child who performs playful pranks like stealing butter.
Bhajano mein vilin hokar jivan rupi ras ka swaad chakhati humen Jaya Kishori Ji ke mukh se nikle madhur swar adbhut hain
Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram Rama naraynam Janaki vallabham Kaun kehta hai Bhagvan aate nahi Tum Meera ke jais...