krishna flute ringtone downlaod – Janmashtami is one of the two main festivals in the Indian calendar. The other is Diwali. Both celebrate the death of Lord Krishna and the advent of His divine status in the world. The main highlight of both Janmashtami and Diwali is the entire family get together to honor the divine presence and pray for his well being and all the wonderful things he brought into this world. In fact, most of the friends and family members of Lord Krishna return home after celebrating his birthday with lot of pomp and show.
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There are two distinct types of celebration on this day – Shravanasa or Panchkarma and Dharana or Yama. The followers of Lord Krishna believe in reincarnation theory and the idea of Lord Krishna’s avatar being different from his original body or seed-person. According to this concept, Lord Krishna as an incarnation was the son of Agni and Parvati and thus different from the original lord Krishna. The followers of Lord Krishna believe in the power of emanations and thus they correlate his present body with the ‘Siva’ energy existing in the universe. This particular belief is not at all accepted by the followers of any other religion.
Based on the teachings of the shastra, the current Lord Krishna was the second son of Kashi, Parashurama and Vayu. He also experienced a karmic rebirth when his father was killed by sage Kapil’s killer son Yashtimadhuk. According to shastras, he was born as Subhadra, the son of a bee-loving cowherd, while his mother was away. The name ‘Subhadra’ is based on the Sanskrit word ‘Subhana’ which means blessed or radiant. The story further states that he left for heavenly abode with his mother following her death.
After traversing to heaven, he went to earth as Shiva and delivered his message to mankind through his avatar, Shiva. This was the beginning of the story of shastra. The story states that Shiva revealed his identity to Subhadra and helped him rule over the universe. It also narrates that after ruling the universe for about three years, Shiva disappeared from the earth and took up yoga, becoming a nishchitaritu (lord of yoga). Subhadra then went to live in the Himalayas where he founded the Vaishnava organization where yoga training was given highest priority and eventually came into the religion of Hinduism.
Vaishnavais considered the Hindu deities to be the most pure form of energy existing on the entire planet. Vaishnavais worshiped these Hindu deities in the original form and established a separate order called the Vaishnoj Shoshti. Vaishnavais followers worship the six Hindu deities in the following order: Parvati, Lord Ganesha, Shiva, Subhadra, Durga, Ananda and finally Arjuna. Vaishnavais followers believe that Lord Ganesha, Parvati and Shiva are the father and mother of all the Hindu entities and are the ultimate seers. It is believed that each of these six entities is the embodiment of an individual soul, hence each has a set of characteristics and defects that are essential for creating and nurturing the next generation.
Subhadra was established by the first Vaishnavais after many followers worshiped Lord Ganesha. Subhadra later came into close association with the concept of kamarila, which is an emanation of lord Ganesha. Kamarila was established to help in the easy access of energy to the yogis and it was also used as a method of protecting the hivus and the ashrams from contamination. The other Vaishnavais like Durga, Shiva and Ananda were worshiped in the original form of Avatars. They too were established after many of the original Vaishnavais followers started using Avatars in the worship of their lord Ganesha.
Aimali was another of the Vaishnavais gods associated with the concept of Avatars. The tenth avatar was identified as the golden god and was identified as the actual golden image of Lord Krishna. The tenth avatar is known as Trikone Shri Brahma Swarga. The tenth avatar was believed to take away the sins of the previous avatars and to sustain the divine energy flowing within the earth. Aimali and the other Hindu gods were worshiped in the original form of Avatars as well as in the mahasaindhav asanas that were prescribed to be performed by every Hindu Brahmin under the tutelage of his guru.
There are a number of stories associated with the concept of Lord Krishna as an avatar. One of them relates to the story of Boar avatar. There is a story about a king who rules over a city named Kusumpur who sees his neighbor Rama become envious of him thinking that he has become like a bull among all the other oxen. After some time the king sends his only son Rama to find out why Rama is envious of his neighbor. Hearing the story of Rama and hearing of Lord Krishna’s advent to earth as a avatar causes Boar avatar to appear on the earth. He is identified as the son of Parasura and Subhadra and is identified as the chief of all the evil creatures.
In a new album from India called “Lord Krishna” there are an impressive array of music from diverse musical genres including classical Indian music. In the album titled “Lord Krishna” Sajjan Verma presents a song called “Bhakti”. This song is played at the end of the movie when the lovers go for a meal and enjoy themselves. This song has a divine message of love and spirituality and is highly respected by people across all cultures. The movie “Lord Krishna” has made it very popular in the West and is known for the wonderful portrayal of the spiritual aspects of Lord Krishna.
There are actually 20 songs in Lord Krishna Flute music: Bhai Phota (traditional), Kedar Ghat (traditional), Morya Namaskar (traditional), Meen Columb (traditional), Hariti (traditional), Deva (traditional), Purana Patan (traditional), Sarvangasana (traditional), Tala (traditional), Deva Ghruta (traditional), Javan Voicemail (traditional), Shabh Tabli (traditional), Jain Pratapak (traditional), Jaago Bheema (traditional), Jaa Prem (traditional), Shabh Tika (traditional), Punarnava (traditional), Yantra Katti (traditional). There are some interesting songs on this album which do not feature heavily in the story, and are interesting to listen to. Some of these are:
Finally, we have the song from the movie, “lord Krishna” performed by Ranthambore. This is the most famous song from the movie. The music is composed with the use of classical Indian instruments, and it is an amazing and powerful piece of music. It’s worth listening to just for the sheer beauty of this flute solo! It is not often that you find a new creation of Lord Krishna’s flute on the market that features all these notes and variations.