Krishna Leela #1 

Hi,

How are you? Great, I hope!

First of all, I am really sorry for not posting anything for more than a week.:'( I wanted to write but couldn’t get any idea what to write upon. But, thanks to  myfavouriite for helping me out.

Second of all, thank you all for tolerating me. Thank you so much for your support and love!!! 🙂

Third of all, let’s not waste your time. Meet you at the end of this post.

 

“When a person responds to the joys and sorrows of others as if they were his own, he has attained the highest state of spiritual union.”

 

The earth was overburdened by the evilness. The sins committed by the demoniacs, in the form of rulers and kings, were unbearable. Then came a time when the goddess of earth, took the shape of a cow and approached Lord Brahma (The Creator) to seek relief. She expressed her helplessness and asked for help. Concerned by the situation of the earth, Lord Brahma asked all the other demigods to the shore of the milk ocean, to worship the supreme god, Lord Vishnu. 

After offering prayers to Lord Vishnu, Lord Brahma understood the advice lord gave to him. And this was – “O Demigods, I am aware of the distress on earth. I want you demigods to incarnate as sons and daughters in the Yadu Dynasty. I will personally appear, to remove the burden from the earth.”

Mathura, a holy city, was in the hands of a tyrannical king, Kamsa. A person who did not even spare his father, Ugrasena ; imprisoning his father, he declared himself as the king of Mathura. The face of the whole city turned upside down as if it had been cursed. The city was now not in the hands of a wise ruler, it was now under the rule of a cruel inhuman king. The peace-loving citizens were tortured by Kamsa. But one day, everything was going to change…

Kamsa

Soon a happy news knocked on the doors of Mathura city. Crown princess Devaki (Kamsa’s sister) was getting married with King Vasudeva of the Yadus. This news spread like forestfire in the city, as all citizens expected that this wedding would surely put an end to the wars with the yadus. Everyone had a light of hope in their eyes for better days.

Finally, the much awaited day arrived. But little did they know that the oracle was already waiting for that day; the oracle which changed the world.

To be continued…

Hello again.

By the title, you must’ve got an idea what this is all about. I hope so. But if not, no problem. This story is of Lord Krishna. Sri Krishna – a playful child, a passionate lover, a courageous fighter, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

I’ve always been fascinated by the different myths in Hindu and other mythologies. so, I just wanted to share it with you all. I hope you liked it. By the way, existence of Sri Krishna isn’t a myth. I think so.

Let me know your views on it. Your feedback is highly appreciated. Comment what you feel about this post. Do you like me to continue with this?

Have any questions or doubts related to this post? Feel free to ask. I would try my best to answer your questions. 🙂

I don’t mean to hurt anyone’s feeling, view and opinions. This is just my interpretation of the story that I know and I have also researched about it. Let me know if there’s something you didn’t like. 🙂

Images copyright – little krishna, BIG animation Pvt. Ltd.

Bye and have a wonderful day! Waiting for your comments…  🙂

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52 thoughts on “Krishna Leela #1 

  1. this a great story, i do love your set up and need to read part 2 just had time now to read part one but looking forward to reading move … have u ever considered to read greek mythology. i think it is good as a wrtiter to read diff lit. if u can that is. blessings thank you for sharing 🙂

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  2. This quotation made me feel good about myself lol. Nice quote though. I have been interested in knowing more about Krishna. I have heard about him bit in hindi movies and cartoons. Continue it. I will be waiting for reading more.

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  3. Great that you are bringing our great indian stories to the world.have you read the book mrityunjaya by shivaji savanth,you should try it,you may get inspiration.according to me karna was a villian,but this book changed my perception ,I start loving karna more and more:)you can give a try on Mahabharatam stories too.

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    1. Thank you so much!
      I will surely check that out, thanks for sharing it!
      Btw, I never assumed karna as a villian, for me he possess all the qualities of friendship, sacrifice and love, we tend to think of him as negative because of his company…
      Thank you so much…
      😊😊😊

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  4. This looks like it’ll be an amazing rendition of krishna’s story . I’m truly a fan of mythology and am definitely reading the others parts for this as well.

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      1. Oh you write only if you wish..but I will say you could write 100 and I will read them all! hahhaa! Im having fun falling back in love with words and with reading! This is very nice of you to ask! 🙂

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