While trying to check the Time frame of Ramayana and Mahabharata and the connection between the various persona in both the Epics, I had come across a curious information
Each of the twelve Vyuhantara is identified with a month and is revered as masa-devatha (lord of the month).And; collectively they are identified with the year.
Each of the twelve Vyuhantara is identified with a month and is revered as masa-devatha (lord of the month).
And; collectively they are identified with the year.
Vishnu here represents the Kaala Purusha
Vishnu then impregnated the belly of the goddess Devaki with two strands of hair, one black, one white.
To ensure their safety, their essence was transferred before birth to Rohini, who also desired a child.
At birth, Krishna had a darker complexion, while Balarama was born fair.
The other name of Balarama is also Sankarshana, meaning a spirit transferred between two wombs.
‘Devakya Jathare Garbham Shesakhyam
Tata Sanni Krushya Rohinya Udare
I had posted an article on Krishna Stuthi on Lord Shiva, where Krishna worships Shiva.
Here is the Prayer by Lord Shiva on Vishnu.
The Stuthi is called Kapaalikrit Vishnu Stuthi.
At one instance, Shiva removed the head of Lord Brahma and he had the curse of Barhmahathi.
Brahma’s skull got attached to Shiva’s hand
In yet another confirmation of the fact that Lord Krishna was Real and not an Imaginary figure, cons containing Lord Krishna on the one side Balarama on the other, in Al Khanoun Afghanistan.
A lot of numismatic evidence also corroborates the antiquity of Krishna. For instance, excavations at Ai-Khanum, along the border of Afghanistan and the Soviet Union, conducted by P. Bernard and a French archeological expedition, unearthed six rectangular bronze coins issued by the Indo-Greek ruler Agathocles (180?-?165 BC). The coins had script written in both Greek and Brahmi and, most interestingly, show an image of Vishnu, or Vasudeva, carrying a Chakra and a pear-shaped vase, or conchshell, which are two of the four main sacred symbols of God in Vaisnavism.