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Krishna and Arjuna

KRISHNA, the 8th avatar of Vishnu, instructs ARJUNA, who doesn t seem all that thrilled at being instructed

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Avatar Instructed Instructs Krishna Thrilled Vishnu Arjuna Myth


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In this image from Indian mythology, Lord Krishna, the 8th avatar of the divine god Vishnu, imparts wisdom and guidance to Arjuna, a revered warrior prince from the Indian epic Mahabharata. The scene unfolds on the battlefield of Kurukshetra, where the great Kurukshetra War is about to commence between two groups of cousins, the Pandavas and the Kauravas. Arjuna, clad in armor and mounted on his chariot, appears somewhat unenthusiastic as Krishna, in his divine form, stands before him. Krishna holds the iconic conch shell and the discus, symbolizing his divine power and authority. The serene expression on Krishna's face contrasts with Arjuna's pensive and contemplative demeanor. The momentous occasion of the Bhagavad Gita unfolds as Krishna imparts timeless teachings on morality, duty, and the nature of the soul to Arjuna. The Bhagavad Gita, a profound philosophical and spiritual text, is considered one of the most influential works in Hinduism and world literature. The image beautifully captures the essence of the profound bond between Krishna and Arjuna, as the divine teacher imparts wisdom to his devoted disciple, preparing him for the challenges that lie ahead. The intricate details of the image, from the ornate jewelry adorning Krishna's crown to the intricate patterns on Arjuna's armor, transport the viewer to the rich and vibrant world of ancient India. This photograph is a testament to the enduring power of Indian mythology and the profound impact of the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita on the human spirit. The image is a must-have for anyone interested in Indian history, mythology, or spirituality.

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