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Genius! If I bought a blouse large enough to fit my boobs, here's what I could do with the excess fabric for a stylish look.

Genius! If I bought a blouse large enough to fit my boobs, here's what I could do with the excess fabric for a stylish look.

SHRI KRISHNA. Sssshh!

SHRI KRISHNA. Sssshh!

radhe radhe !!!

radhe radhe !!!

One traditional version says that Radha was an incarnation of the goddess Lakshmi, because she did not wish to be separated from Vishnu as he took the avatar of Krishna. In any case, Radha's love for Krishna is actually a symbol of the constant interplay between the individual soul and the divine. This theme pervades all of the Bhakti movement and also the Sufi tradition

One traditional version says that Radha was an incarnation of the goddess Lakshmi, because she did not wish to be separated from Vishnu as he took the avatar of Krishna. In any case, Radha's love for Krishna is actually a symbol of the constant interplay between the individual soul and the divine. This theme pervades all of the Bhakti movement and also the Sufi tradition

64 Meditations for Janmastami. Janmastami is Krishna’s day. More than any other day of the year we should make an effort to meditate on Him on this day. Meditation means to engage in contempl…

64 Meditations for Janmastami. Janmastami is Krishna’s day. More than any other day of the year we should make an effort to meditate on Him on this day. Meditation means to engage in contempl…

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VISHNU

VISHNU

Our true friend

Our true friend

Ch:11. Krishna Carries His Father's Wooden Shoes. Sometimes His father, while worshiping Narayana, would ask Him to bring his wooden slippers, and Krishna, with great difficulty, would put the slippers on His head and bring them to His father. When He was asked to lift some heavy article and was unable to lift it, He would simply move His arms. In this way, daily, at every moment, He was the reservoir of all pleasure for His parents.

Ch:11. Krishna Carries His Father's Wooden Shoes. Sometimes His father, while worshiping Narayana, would ask Him to bring his wooden slippers, and Krishna, with great difficulty, would put the slippers on His head and bring them to His father. When He was asked to lift some heavy article and was unable to lift it, He would simply move His arms. In this way, daily, at every moment, He was the reservoir of all pleasure for His parents.

SHRI KRISHNA

SHRI KRISHNA