The Story Of Krishna?

How did Krishna die?

Lord Krishna died from a poisonous arrow that created gangrene in his leg aimed by a tribal byadh (archer) whose name was ‘jara’. the lord knew his time for departure (I’d not call it a death until now). Then the hunter asked for forgiveness to Kanaiya for his guilt and lord did so along with granting him.

What kind of God is Krishna?

Krishna (also Krsna or Hari Krishna) is a major Hindu god and considered the eighth incarnation of Vishnu. He is perhaps the most popular of all the heroes of Hindu mythology.

Who is Lord Krishna?

Krishna. Krishna, Sanskrit Kṛṣṇa, one of the most widely revered and most popular of all Indian divinities, worshipped as the eighth incarnation (avatar, or avatara) of the Hindu god Vishnu and also as a supreme god in his own right.

What does Krishna symbolize?

It symbolizes divine music. It is the call from the Lord, inviting every creature to His abode. Lord Krishna is the ideal of divine love, the God of love. The flute also symbolizes a human heart, which is made hollow (i.e. free from worldly thoughts).

How did Radha died?

Radha abandoned her body while listening to the tunes of the flute. Lord Krishna could not bear Radha’s death and broke his flute as a symbolic ending of love and threw it into the bush. Since then, Sri Krishna has not played the flute or any other instrument of life.

At what age Krishna died?

125 years and 7 months

How many years did Krishna live?

125 years 8 months

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Why Krishna did not marry Radha?

Krishna didn’t married Radha because Lord Vishnu curse of separation from his love every time which he got from Sage Bhrigu for killing his wife. And Radha was Goloka avatar of Lakshmi and the only love of Krishna. Krishna had to be separated from his love Radha by the curse.

Why did Krishna have 16000 wives?

Their number is mentioned as 16,000 or 16,108 in different scriptures. Krishna accepted them as his wives upon their insistence to save themselves from the society who saw them as slaves of the demon king Narakasura. The chief amongst them is sometimes called Rohini.