Krishna is an epitome of love, threat, separation from loved ones and sacrifices. He teaches us to live for others and mesmerizes us with his calmness and charming smile.
A quality which we need to imbibe in our daily lives too. Though we are caught up so much in worldly commitments that we tend to forget – life is now!
Krishna teachings glorify the beauty of love, friendship, leadership, duty of a child and renowned teacher. His teachings are our guiding light to live in 21st century. And the story of Radha and Krishna is perhaps the most beautiful of all. According to the myths and epics, Krishna is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu and Radha is the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi. In other words, it is a story of love between God and Goddess in human form.
Krishna Idols in his infancy stage is a symbol of innocence and care freeness. Its shows how a curiosity and honestly of children can bring an entire village together. Krishna in his adolescent age was a charmer; his leelas (pranks) with gopis make him loved and desirable by all, however in his benevolence he guides his disciples to the path of absolute love and devotion to supreme almighty. Krishna at every stage of his life – has taught us to enjoy the life and to love and live for others.
Various Idols of Krishna
Maybe that’s the reason why many people buy Radha Krishna, baby Krishna or young Krishna idols as gifts for newlywed couples, expecting mothers and families. These idols are auspicious and motivate us to do perform our karma (duties) with love, joy and devotion.
It is generally advisable not to gift Radha Krishna idols as a wedding gift or to newlywed couples. For Krishna and Radha, the days of love and happiness were limited and short, he left vrindavan at an early stage. However, the alternatives are the idol of Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati, Lord Rama and Devi Sita and Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi. They all are divine couples and represents eternal love and devotion to each other. One can find clues of devotion and love in puranas.
Expecting mothers definitely need to keep baby Krishna idols as it’s pious and reflects boon of happy, beautiful and healthy baby.
Business owners and shopkeepers keep idols of adult and young Krishna for success, richness and continuity. Krishna’s teaching on economic activities was the most practical and modern in outlook then other gods as one can find the truth in ‘Holy Geeta’.
Krishna guides us to live our full potential at every stage of life; Let’s live our favorite Krishna avatar within us and shop tyhe perfect idol only on LimeRoad.