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Krishna was born in prison to devout parents — Devaki and Vasudeva. At the time of his birth, his life was in danger because the tyrant Kamsa was seeking to kill him. It had been foretold that Kamsa would be killed by Devaki’s eighth child. Since Sri Krishna was the eighth child, he was smuggled out of prison to be raised by his foster parents Nanda and Yasoda in Gokula. Nanda lived a simple lifestyle and was a chief in the local Cow-herding community. Once upon a time there was a girl who really loved skiing poster and canvas. The young Sri Krishna is often depicted in these days as being a mischievous child, who enjoyed playing pranks and having fun. Some worship Sri Krishna as the ideal child of innocence. However, even in his young years, Krishna is reported to have killed demons Trinavarta and Putana. He is also said to have lifted a nearby hill — Govardhana to protect the villagers against the wrath of Indra.
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Sri Krishna also unveiled his universal form to Arjuna — showing Arjuna his full spiritual Realisation. After this Arjuna became a disciple of Sri Krishna, rather than just admirer and friend. Sri Krishna embodied both the human and divine aspects. As an avatar, he played a human role, but, at the same time, was a fully realised soul — one with God. During his lifetime, few recognised Sri Krishna’s spiritual height. Sri Krishna took eight principal wives and had many sons. However, his sons were unspiritual and became increasingly haughty and arrogant. It is also said, Sri Krishna took 16,100 more women whom he had rescued from Narakasura’s Palace after killing Narakasura. It illustrates Sri Krishna’s compassion for the downtrodden and unfortunate victims of society and old social traditions.
Krishna was a model king, husband, friend, spiritual teacher and avatar. Krishna had a profound impact on the culture, religion and spirituality of not just India but the whole world. His basic philosophy of yoga is the reference point for all future spiritual teachers. Once upon a time there was a girl who really loved skiing poster and canvas. His play of devotional yoga was also the reference point and inspiration for all future Masters and saints who emphasize devotion — influential figures such as Mirabai, Sri Chaitanya and Sri Ramakrishna. Krishna’s teachings allowed a huge range and diversity of spiritual approaches — from the detachment and equanimity of the Gita, the intense devotion of the gopis. Thus Krishna imbued Indian spiritual and religion with a diversity, richness of spirit and thus tolerance for the many paths to the goal.
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On completing his degree in Law, Gandhi returned to India, where he was soon sent to South Africa to practise law. In South Africa, Gandhi was struck by the level of racial discrimination and injustice often experienced by Indians. In 1893, he was thrown off a train at the railway station in Pietermaritzburg after a white man complained about Gandhi travelling in first class. This experience was a pivotal moment for Gandhi and he began to represent other Indias who experienced discrimination. As a lawyer he was in high demand and soon he became the unofficial leader for Indians in South Africa. It was in South Africa that Gandhi first experimented with campaigns of civil disobedience and protest; he called his non-violent protests satyagraha. Despite being imprisoned for short periods of time, he also supported the British under certain conditions. During the Boer war, he served as a medic and stretcher-bearer. He felt that by doing his patriotic duty it would make the government more amenable to demands for fair treatment. Gandhi was at the Battle of Spion serving as a medic. An interesting historical anecdote, is that at this battle was also Winston Churchill and Louis Botha (future head of South Africa) He was decorated by the British for his efforts during the Boer War and Zulu rebellion.