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Article Number - 7ACC4DD562


Vol.4(3), pp. 30 -31 , August 2013
DOI: 10.5897/PPR2013.100
ISSN: 2141-663X



Perspective

Krishna – the catalyst for emancipation


Bibhu Prasad Rath




D-411, Parsvnath Prestige Sector-93A Noida-201304, Uttar Pradesh, India.


Email: bprath65@gmail.com






 Accepted: 20 May 2013  Published: 31 August 2013

Copyright © 2013 Author(s) retain the copyright of this article.
This article is published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0


 

Hinduism (Dasa, 2009) unlike Buddhism, Christianity and Islam does not have a founder. While most major religions derive from new ideas taught by a charismatic leader, Hinduism, the Santana Dharma or the eternal tradition is simply the religion of the people of India, which has gradually developed over four thousand years. The origins and authors of its sacred texts are largely unknown. Yet an understanding of Krishna (Richard, 1994) is critical to understand Hinduism. The universal nature of Krishna’s teaching is explored here.

 

Key words: Enigmatic, Krishna, catalyst, emancipation, gopis, Devine-in-human, human-in-devine, bhakta (Devotee), Viswarupa Darshana (Vision of the Almighty), Bhagavad Gita-(song celestial), samskara (Impression), maya (Illusion).

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APA (2013). Krishna – the catalyst for emancipation. Philosophical Papers and Review, 4(3), 30 -31.
Chicago Bibhu Prasad Rath. "Krishna – the catalyst for emancipation." Philosophical Papers and Review 4, no. 3 (2013): 30 -31.
MLA Bibhu Prasad Rath. "Krishna – the catalyst for emancipation." Philosophical Papers and Review 4.3 (2013): 30 -31.
   
DOI 10.5897/PPR2013.100
URL http://academicjournals.org/journal/PPR/article-abstract/7ACC4DD562

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