When was Lord Krishna born (what are Kurukshetra war dates)

When was Lord Krishna born (what are Kurukshetra war dates)

When was Lord Krishna born (what are Kurukshetra war dates) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Hinduism is the only Dharma, where we can easily find the truth on this earth. Hindu Sanatana Dharma has answers to everything. From Aerospace to Nuclear technology, from Quantum technology to Aviation technology, etc. we Hindus had everything. All these are clearly mentioned in our various shastras (Hindu divine books). With this, let us move forward to know about "When was Lord Krishna born and what are the Kurukshetra war dates" Some really interesting facts of Bhagavan Sri Krishna Paramaatma and Kurukshetra war: There are more SOLID FACTS--Scientifically Proved by:- (1) B.N. Narahari Achar -- Professor of Physics, Memphis University, Tenesse, USA (2) Dr. Balakrishna (NASA) (3) Dr. N.S.Rajaram (NASA) (4) Dr. K.Srinivasa Raghavan (5) Dr. G.S. Sampath --- have established :- Birth date of Bhagavanta: 18th July 3228 BCE (Dwapara Yuga) and his physical body leaving this earth was 18th February 3102 BCE (the start...
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List of weapons used in Mahabharata (Ramayana)

List of weapons used in Mahabharata (Ramayana)

List of weapons used in Mahabharata (Ramayana) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! All the Hindu Gods have their own unique weapons. Either they will be holding the weapons in their hands or can easily using the mantras or without using the mantras can make the weapons to appear whenever required. Starting from Bhagavan Sri Vishnu, all the Devatas (Demigods) also have their own weapons. These weapons are mostly used to slay and destroy the demons who are against the Dharma and want to spread the Adharma. In Ramayana, Mahabharata, Bhagavata Purana and many other Hindu scripts give explanation about these divine weapons used by Hindu Gods and Goddesses. First let us know the names and the God or Goddess who are using these weapons, then later let us know the explanation about each of the weapons. List of weapons used in Mahabharata (Ramayana) are as given below: Content: 1. Suryastra / Bhaskarastra : Lord Surya 2. Garudastra : Lord...
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Did Pandavas went to hell (naraka) after death?

Did Pandavas went to hell (naraka) after death?

Did Pandavas went to hell (naraka) after death? Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! It was the end time for all the Yadavas on this earth. All Yadavas fought with each other and got killed. Bhagavan Sri Krishna Paramaatma, after this phase of his life on earth went to aranyam (forest) for peace. (Please remember this is only a vidambana / divine drama done by Bhagavan Sri Krishna. He is known as "ananda", means he himself is the root cause of ananda / divine happiness.) (Because of Bhagavan Sri Krishna we are happy on this earth. Because he wishes us to be happy and thus we are happy. And if he doesn't wishes us to be happy, we can't be happy). (The biggest example is of the Pandavas. Pandavas, never were having lots of wealth. But still they were happy and satisfied throughout their lives.) (Whereas, Duryodhana had wealth, money, gold, ornaments etc etc etc, but Duryodhana...
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Mahabharata war peace efforts by Lord Krishna and others

Mahabharata war peace efforts by Lord Krishna and others

Mahabharata war peace efforts by Lord Krishna and others Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! This post describes "Mahabharata war peace efforts by Lord Krishna and others", that is, the efforts to peace and preparation for war.  1. Drupada sends his priest to Dhritarashtra with the consent of Sri Krishna to advise him to settle the matter peacefully.  2. He meets Dhritarashtra in the presence of Bhishma and Drona advises him not to have any confrontations with Pandavas.  3. Sri Krishna is their leader, Bhima and Arjuna are great warriors, Bhima has already killed Jarasandha the invincible person, also he has killed three crores of Rakshasas who were present at holy places and were troubling pilgrims, with that he has also killed Jatasura. 4. Therefore, give their share of kingdom to them without any confrontation.  5. Dhritarashtra did not agree. When war became inevitable both the parties started preparation.  6. Both Duryodhana and Arjuna proceeded to meet Sri Krishna...
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Shakuni, Duryodhan plans to kill Bhima

Shakuni, Duryodhan plans to kill Bhima

Shakuni, Duryodhan plans to kill Bhima Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Both the Kauravas and the Pandavas received instructions on how to wield weapons from Kripacharya. While they were students, the Kauravas and Pandavas used to play, Bhimasena used to display his strength in many ways. Those who did not like him planned to kill him. Shakuni which he had obtained poison from Shukracharya that had come out during Samudra Manthana (Same Samudra Manthana / Churning of Ocean in which Lord Shiva had drunk only the part of the poison, whereas the maximum part was drunk by Sri Vayu Deva) mixes it with the food given to Bhima. However, it did not affect Bhimasena at all, and he easily digested it (Remember that Bhima Sena is not an ordinary person. He was svayam Sri Vayu Deva's avatar. He was same as Sri Hanuman. Both Sri Hanuman and Sri Bhima Sena were the avatars of Sri Vayu Deva...
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Birth of Pandavas and 100 Kauravas story

Birth of Pandavas and 100 Kauravas story

Birth of Pandavas and 100 Kauravas story Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Welcome to #BhagavanBhakthi website / blog. Bhagavan Lord Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! In this website / blog, you will always learn about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. Also subscribe to my YouTube channel #BhagavanBhakthi to view videos about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. Let us briefly understand the birth of Bhagavan Sri Krishna, five Pandavas, 100 Kauravas and others: A Gandharva named Devaka was born born as the son of Ahuka and the brother of Ugrasena. He retained the same name, i.e. Devaka. His daughter was Devaki.  Earlier, Devaki was Aditi, one of the thirteen wives of Kashyapa. Ahuka adopted Devaki as his daughter. Thus she was both the sister and aunt of Kamsa.  When she was given in marriage to Vasudeva, Kamsa himself took the couple in his chariot to their residence.  At that time, Sri Vayu Deva told him through an ethereal voice that Devaki's eighth son would kill him. On hearing this, Kamsa...
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What are Mahabharata unknown secrets

What are Mahabharata unknown secrets

What are Mahabharata unknown secrets Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! The Great Mahabharata is written by Sri Veda Vyasa Ji (He is an avatar of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu). Veda Vyasa means, he is someone who separates the divine Vedas, so that the Kali Yuga people can understand in the much better way, as the Kali Yuga people are the least intelligent. Here Veda = Divine Vedas, Vyasa = Someone who separates (who makes more and more simpler). Mahabharata is full of deep and unknown secrets. Starting from the birth of Pandavas, Bhagavan Sri Krishna until the end of the great epic Mahabharata is full of divine secrets. Only a person who has the blessings of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu / Krishna can understand more easily. Let us now start. There are unlimited number of deep secrets about the Great Granta "Mahabharata". Let us know few of them: 1. Sri Krishna's birth: Sri Krishna didn't took birth from the...
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How warriors are classified in Hinduism

How warriors are classified in Hinduism

How warriors are classified in Hinduism Namaste Sajjanas, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Hinduism is amazing and it has all the ingredients to look for. Hinduism has great Grantas (Hindu divine books) which describe anything and everything related to Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma) started from before the birth of a baby until and after death too. Hinduism explains how the heart beat starts, when it starts in the foetus (unborn baby). Hinduism has answers to all the questions around the world. Among those, let us now know about the different warriors classification in Hinduism. According to the Great Sanatana Dharma, there are different warriors who can be classified into different groups. Let us understand, how and why the warriors are classified into multiple groups: 1. रथी/ Rathi: He / She is a warrior capable of attacking a minimum of 5,000 warriors simultaneously. (Examples are Dasharatha Maharaja, Janaka Maharaja, Jatayu Pakshi, Vibhishana Maharaja etc). 2. अतिरथी/ Atirathi: He / She is a warrior capable of contending at least...
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What are the Mahabharata vows and curses

What are the Mahabharata vows and curses

What are the Mahabharata vows and curses Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! The Great Mahabharata is not just story, but it is full of knowledge. Any wise person who reads the Great Mahabharata can easily understand the greatness and importance of the Great Mahabharata. But this has to be done under a correct Guru, as in today's days there are many Swamys, Babas who doesn't know a bit Sanskrit, but they have stated to teach the Great Mahabharata and other Hindu Great Grantas (divine books). Thus we have to learn the Great Mahabharata and other Hindu Grantas (Hindu divine books) only under the guidance of correct Guru who have come in the Parampara (lineage) of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. Now let us know the importance vows and curses in the Great Mahabharata. The important vows taken during the Great Mahabharata period are as given below: 1. Bhishma took a great vow that he won’t desire for death, until...
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Who killed whom in Mahabharata

Who killed whom in Mahabharata

Who killed whom in Mahabharata Namaste Sajjanas, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Mahabharata is the greatest epic that the mankind has ever heard and witnessed. Mahabharata says millions of people were killed in this great 'dharma yuddha' (Dharma war). Starting from Duryodhana, Shakuni, Dusshasana, Karna, Jayadrata, etc etc etc all were slayed down only because of their 'adharma karya' (Adharma works). Mahabharata teaches great lesson, that whatever we sow, same we will get as the fruits. If we do good Karma, we will get good fruits. If we do bad Karma, we will get fruits as per our bad Karmas. In Hindi there is a saying, "Jaise karni, waise bharni", means, the fruits we get depends on our type of works / Karmas (good or bad). Let us know, who killed who in Mahabharata. Let us consider during the Mahabharata war and also during other situation during the Mahabharata period. Ø    Putana - She was killed by Sri Krishna. She...
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