Lord Krishna is the supreme god, and he is the avatar of Lord Vishnu. He was born during the Dwapara Yuga, and done lot of mischievous activities and performed many miracles. He used to steal butter in the neighbour’s house, replace the things in their house, but pretends himself to be an innocent boy. The people in Gokulam have done lot of good karmas, since they witnessed the beautiful playful activities of child Krishna. Whatever act he performs, no one would get angry on him, and instead of that, they would get more affection on him, due to his lovely smile.
Lord Krishna had killed lot of demons very easily, and reduced the burden of the earth goddess, also known as Mata Bhudevi. Both Krishna and Balaram are very good boys and had stolen the hearts of the people in Gokulam. Due to their presence, no one had suffered from illness, mental tension and mental disorders. Every one lived happily with the presence of the divine child Lord Krishna and Balaram. Lord Krishna took the avatar, in order to make the people to move in a right path, and gave good guidance for living a noble life through his famous Bhagavat Gita.
When Vyasa Bhagavan has completed the work of Mahabharata, he still felt some mental uneasiness. Then, sage Narada appeared before him, and asked him to write the epic “BHAGAVATHAM” in order to mention the child hood plays and miracles of Lord Krishna. As per his advice, when Sage Veda Vyasa had completed the work “BHAGAVATHAM”, he got more satisfaction and happiness in his mind, and he gained more spiritual powers.
During the time of Lord Krishna, people loved each other and contained polite behaviour, and they didn’t suffer much in their life. But in this present age of Kali Yuga, a person would be respected only based on his status and wealth and not on his good behaviour. Due to that, let us pray to the great god Vishnu, to send Lord Krishna once more in this earth, in order to make good things to occur in this world.
Let us worship Lord Krishna and be blessed.
“OM SRI KRISHNA BHAGAWANE NAMAHA”
“OM SRI BALADEVARE NAMAHA”
“OM NAMO NARAYANAYA NAMAHA”