Krishna, The Supreme Personality of Godhead



Krishna, The Supreme Personality of Godhead:

Krishna, The Supreme Personality of Godhead tells the story of Krishna’s life from Srimad-Bhagavatam,the summit of the ancient Vedas from India.

This book is presented as a collection of beautiful readable short-stories and illustrations. It forms a biography of the life of Krishna, who was present in India five thousand years ago.

The stories develop from Krishna’s birth to His childhood and youth. Krishna plays with His boyfriends in the forest while looking after the cows and calves and incidentally He kills so many demons. On some full-moon nights He dances with Radha and His beautiful girl friends, the gopis in the rasa lila.

For literally thousands of years, the Vedic literature’s of India have represented a vast treasure house of knowledge and delight for millions upon millions of readers. Unfortunately, many of the most interesting of these ancient Sanskrit texts have remained inaccessible to the modern reader in the West-that is, until now.

This book contains an original account of the extraordinary pastimes of Lord Sri Krishna, who appeared on this planet 5,000 years ago. Absorb yourself in its pages and come directly in touch with His marvelous characteristics and glorious deed. Join Lord Krishna in a long-forgotten time as He enchants all the residents of the magical land of Vrindavana and simultaneously battles a fantastic array of wizards and warriors wholly bent upon His destruction.

Sri Krishnas pastimes are not only charming, fascinating and highly entertaining but are full of deep philosophical wisdom and spiritual insight as well. Anyone who takes the time to read this one-of-a-kind book will be impressed by its relevance to contemporary human concerns.

Table of Contents of Krishna, The Supreme Personality of Godhead:

          • Preface
            1. Advent of Lord Krishna
            2. Prayers by the Demigods for Lord Krishna in the Womb
            3. Birth of Lord Krishna
            4. Kamsa Begins His Persecutions
            5. Meeting of Nanda and Vasudeva
            6. Putana Killed
            7. Salvation of Trnavarta
            8. Vision of the Universal Form
            9. Mother Yasoda Binding Lord Krishna
            10. Deliverance of Nalakuvara and Manigriva
            11. Killing the Demons Vatsasura and Bakasura
            12. The Killing of the Aghasura Demon
            13. The Stealing of the Boys and Calves by Brahma
            14. Prayers Offered by Lord Brahma to Lord Krsna
            15. Killing of Dhenukasura
            16. Subduing Kaliya
            17. Extinguishing the Forest Fire
            18. Killing the Demon Pralambasura
            19. Devouring the Forest Fire
            20. Description of Autumn
            21. The Gopis Attracted by the Flute
            22. Stealing the Garments of the Unmarried Gopi Girls
            23. Delivering the Wives of the Brahmanas Who Performed Sacrifices
            24. Worshiping Govardhana Hill
            25. Devastating Rainfall in Vrndavana
            26. Wonderful Krsna
            27. Prayers by Indra, the King of Heaven
            28. Releasing Nanda Maharaja from the Clutches of Varuna
            29. The Rasa Dance: Introduction
            30. Krsna’s Hiding from the Gopis
            31. Songs by the Gopis
            32. Description of the Rasa Dance
            33. Vidyadhara Liberated and the Demon Sankhasura Killed
            34. The Gopis’ Feelings of Separation
            35. Kamsa Sends Akrura for Krsna
            36. Killing the Kesi Demon and Vyomasura
            37. Akrura’s Arrival in Vrndavana
            38. Akrura’s Return Journey and His Visiting of Visnuloka Within the Yamuna River
            39. Prayers by Akrura
            40. Krsna Enters Mathura
            41. The Breaking of the Bow in the Sacrificial Arena
            42. The Killing of the Elephant Kuvalayapida
            43. The Killing of Kamsa
            44. Krsna Recovers the Son of His Teacher
            45. Uddhava Visits Vrndavana
            46. Delivery of the Message of Krsna to the Gopis
            47. Krishna Pleases His Devotees
            48. Ill-motivated Dhrtarastra
            49. Krsna Erects the Dvaraka Fort
            50. Deliverance of Mucukunda
            51. Krsna, the Ranchor
            52. Krsna Kidnaps Rukmini
            53. Krsna Defeats All the Princes and Takes Rukmini Home to Dvaraka
            54. Pradyumna Born to Krsna and Rukmini
            55. The Story of the Syamantaka Jewel
            56. The Killing of Satrajit and Satadhanva
            57. Five Queens Married by Krsna
            58. Deliverance of the Demon Bhaumasura
            59. Talks Between Krsna and Rukmini
            60. The Genealogical Table of the Family of Krsna
            61. The Meeting of Usa and Aniruddha
            62. Lord Krsna Fights with Banasura
            63. The Story of King Nrga
            64. Lord Balarama Visits Vrndavana
            65. The Deliverance of Paundraka and the King of Kasi
            66. The Deliverance of Dvivida Gorilla
            67. The Marriage of Samba
            68. The Great Sage Narada Visits the Different Homes of Lord Krsna
            69. Lord Krsna’s Daily Activities
            70. Lord Krsna in Indraprastha City
            71. The Liberation of King Jarasandha
            72. Lord Krsna Returns to the City of Hastinapura
            73. The Deliverance of Sisupala
            74. Why Duryodhana Felt Insulted at the End of the Rajasuya Sacrifice
            75. The Battle Between Salva and the Yadu Dynasty
            77. The Killing of Dantavakra, Viduratha and Romaharsana
            78. The Liberation of Balvala, and Lord Balarama’s Touring the Sacred Places
            79. Meeting of Lord Krsna with Sudama Brahmana
            80. The Brahmana Sudama Benedicted by Lord Krsna
            81. Lord Krsna and Balarama Meet the Inhabitants of Vrndavana
            82. Draupadi Meets the Queens of Krsna
            83. Sacrificial Ceremonies Performed by Vasudeva
            84. Spiritual Instruction for Vasudeva and Return of the Six Dead Sons of Devaki by Lord Krsna
            85. The Kidnapping of Subhadra and Lord Krsna’s Visiting Srutadeva and Bahulasva
            86. Prayers by the Personified Vedas
            87. The Deliverance of Lord Siva
            88. The Superexcellent Power of Krsna
            89. Summary Description of Lord Krsna’s Pastimes

KRSNA, the Supreme Personality of Godhead is the story of Krishna’s life. 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.

Of course Krishna is famous as ‘Govinda’, the friend of the cows. 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.

The complete cost of printing this two-volume KRSNA Book set in 1970 was paid by George Harrison of the Beatles and there is a Forward from George Harrison in the front of the book

Testimonials on Krishna, The Supreme Personality of Godhead:

“I request that you take advantage of this book KRSNA, and enter into its understanding. I also request that you make an appointment to meet your God now, through the self liberating process of YOGA (UNION) and GIVE PEACE A CHANCE.” —George Harrison

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Weight .850 kg
Dimensions 22 × 14 × 5 cm


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