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The Greatest Achiever, Krishna, Not ‘A Born God’
Deep Trivedi's 'I am Krishna' provides answers to existential questions
Published on June 26th, by Madhudvisa dasa Full size image. It starts with His birth in the prison house of King Kamsa and follows the adventures of Krishna throughout His life including His escape from being killed by cruel King Kamsa, His childhood in Vrindavan and His loving pastimes with all the residents of Vrindavan including His parents, His cowherd boyfriends, His gopi girlfriends and all the other residents of Vrindavan including even the animals. It seems to us to be very strange that when God comes to this earth He chooses to appear as a cowherd boy in the small village of Vrindvan in India. KRSNA Book is a very interesting book full of action and adventure so it is a great pleasure to read. And because the subject matter is the glorification and description of the pastimes of the Supreme Personality of Godhead reading KRSNA Book is very beneficial and has a purifying effect on the consciousness. Your email address will not be published. Notify me when new comments are added.
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Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. Three thousand years before the Son of God appeared on earth, God Himself appeared. Five thousand years ago, the people of the earth were suffering under many demoniac rulers, especially the wicked king Kamsa. At last the rulers became so oppressive that Lord Brahma, the chief of the universal demigods, appealed to the Supreme Lord, Visnu [Krishna], for help. All of you demigods should immediately take birth in families of the Yadu dynasty.
It was published in by the Bhaktivedanta Book Trust. In , A. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada had experienced a severe heart attack and wondered whether he would live to present the world with a translated version of the " divine pastimes " of Krishna on earth. Once Prabhupada had completed the manuscript, he requested that Shyamsundar Das, one of the founding devotees of the Radha Krishna Temple in London, ask George Harrison of the Beatles if he would finance its publication. Krishna will help you to say it.