The Complete Life of Krishna

The Complete Life of Krishna The First Book To Cover Krishna S Entire Life, From His Childhood Pranks To His Final Powerful Acts In The Mahabharata War Draws From The Bhagavad Purana, The Bhagavad Gita, The Mahabharata, And India S Sacred Oral Tradition Shows How The Stories Of Krishna S Life Are Expressed With Such Simplicity And Humor That They Enable Anyone Man, Woman, Or Child To See The Wisdom Of His Teachings Provides A Valuable Meditative Tool That Allows The Lessons Of These Stories To Illuminate From Within Krishna, One Of The Most Beloved Characters Of The Hindu Pantheon, Has Been Portrayed In Many Lights A God Child, A Prankster, A Model Lover, A Divine Hero, An Exemplary Ruler, And The Supreme Being In The Complete Life Of Krishna, Vanamali, A Leading Krishna Expert From A Long Line Of Prominent Krishna Devotees, Provides The First Book In English Or Sanskrit To Cover The Complete Range Of The Avatar S Life Drawing From The Bhagavad Purana, The Bhagavad Gita, The Mahabharata, And India S Sacred Oral Tradition, Vanamali Shares Stories From Krishna S Birth In A Dungeon And Early Days As A Merry Trickster In Vrindavana, Through His Time As Divine Ruler At Dwaraka, To His Final Powerful Acts As The Hero Arjuna S Charioteer And Guru In The Kurukshetra War She Explains How Krishna Became A Mahayogi, The Greatest Of All Yogis, And Attained Complete Mastery Over Himself And Nature By Integrating The Hero Child With The Mahayogi, The Playful Lover With The Divine Ruler, Vanamali Shows How The Stories Of Krishna S Life Are Expressed With Such Simplicity And Humor That They Enable Anyone Man, Woman, Or Child To See The Wisdom Of His Teachings This Complete Biography Of The Man Who Was Also A God Provides A Valuable Meditative Tool Allowing Krishna S Lessons To Illuminate From Within

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  • Paperback
  • 488 pages
  • The Complete Life of Krishna
  • Vanamali
  • English
  • 23 February 2018
  • 9781594774751

10 thoughts on “The Complete Life of Krishna

  1. says:

    Vanamali s love for Krishna is contagious as it shines through these stories covering the whole of the avatar s life Whether you re meeting Krishna for the first time or have known him for years, this book is a delightful way to spend time with him One thing I particularly enjoyed about the stories was that absolutely everyone who came into contact with Krishna was blessed by him He even had enemies that were so one pointedly concentrated on killing him that they were liberated at death at the hands of Krishna himself, no less Krishna loves all equally and is all things to all beings, perfectly fulfilling all roles throughout his divine play of existence.

  2. says:

    What Can I say As with many others who were fortunate enough to read it, I agree this to be one of the best books I have ever read Before reading, I was only expecting it to contain many of the numerous stories about Krishna, of his adventures, exploits, pranks, love, his words, deeds, of his part in the great epic Mahabharata, till his final ascension to his own abode at the end of his worldly sojourn In other words, I was expecting to read many of the stories which we already know and few others which form a part of Indian tradition and as a part of Hindu spiritual life, in which I happen to born.The book nevertheless contain all these but it goes a step further in describing many of the essential points of Hindu philosophy and ways of life as a part of the wisdom which makes the book much important as a source of the essence of Hindu religion The book begins with the author trying to establish the validity of Hindu religion and factual accuracy of the major events described in the principal Hindu scriptures She has made an effort in the book to make the word mythology associated with the religion and mostly given by Western historians, irrelevant, and to establish the religion as a philosophy based on factual grounds There is much to learn from the book than simply written and oral traditions of Krishna, which itself are a great source of joy and devotion.Lord Krishna was born nearly 5,000 years ago in a small place called Mathura, located approximately 145 kilometre south east of India s modern capital Delhi Being one of the most recognizable and beloved gods of the Hindu pantheon, Lord Krishna is widely perceived in most traditions as the very incarnation of the Supreme God, who, according to Hindu philosophy takes birth in the human form for the spiritual benefit and salvation of His devotees.The vivid details with which the various traditions are described and the associated purports and their significance glues one to the book I will highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to know the subtleties of Hindu philosophy along with enjoying the wonderful literary, sacred and tender rendition to the Supreme Lord.Find reviews atwww.themayankchawla.com

  3. says:

    I read this book with one purpose To discoverer the similarities between Christ and Krishna There are MANY similarities between these two incarnations of the Supreme Being known as God The author of this book gives mention of this in the book It is said that like Christ Krishna might assume human sorrow and suffering because in that suffering may be the cause of redemption It is the story of the birth of God as man Krishna is called the God of love Ironically the author says that there is no tale comparable to it when in fact the story of Christ is in many ways extremely similar It must be said that there are great differences as well The conservative Christian will most likely not be able to acknowledge any spiritual meaning to the story of Krishna Devotees of Krishna however consider Christ to be the son of Krishna.

  4. says:

    This book was FANTASTIC It was so lovely to read so much of Krishna s life in one book The chapter on the Srimad Bhagavad Gita was a summary as the Gita is best understood in it s entirety, however, the summation was beautiful and poignant I loved this book Picked it up from the library and will be adding it to my list of home library books.

  5. says:

    I was familiar with many of the episodes of Krishna s life, but this filled in some blanks for me, especially details of the Mahabharata War Well worth reading.

  6. says:

    This book always fills me with joy

  7. says:

    It is a good read, if you sift through the praises and over the top presentation of the protagonist.Some of the stories give you rare insight to times gone by Some of the stories are worth the read But..be warned,this is a book for people who are well versed with Hindu mythology at least intermediate level.

  8. says:

    Beautifully written and very inspiring Vanamali uses stories from multiple sources to compile a sort of complete biography of Krishna The book is clear, easy to read, and reverentially written Highly recommended.

  9. says:

    Inspiring and I learned so much about how life works and what it is to be awake and aware.

  10. says:

    Best book I ve ever read, eventhough there are lots of words that I didn t know.

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