Vishwa Rupa Lord Krishna - Brass Conch

Vishwa Rupa Lord Krishna - Brass Conch

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Here the brass figure of Vishwa Rupa Lord Krishna is given a spectacular touch. Here the Lord is manifested in his Vishwarupa as was seen by Arjuna during the epic battle of Kurukshetra.
In chapters 10 and 11 of Bhagwat Gita, Lord Krishna reveals Himself as the Supreme Being and finally displays his Vishvarupa to Arjuna, who was reluctant to fight against his brothers in the epic battle of Kurukshetra. In Chapter 10 of Bhagwat Gita, Arjuna was keen to know about various manifestations through which Lord is pervading all over.
Lord Krishna replies that, "Of lights He is the radiant sun; of immovable things, He is the Himalayas; among the stars He is the moon; of purifiers He is the wind; of the wielders of weapons He is Lord Rama etc. etc."
On Chapter 11, Arjuna asks Krishna to show him the Cosmic Form of God. Lord Krishna bestows a special “vision” to Arjuna so that he can see the Divine God in His universal form. Krishna reveals His opulence, hundreds of thousands of varied divine and multicolored forms. Arjuna saw numerous mouths, eyes, wonderful visions. The form was decorated with many celestial ornaments and bore many divine upraised weapons. He wore celestial garlands and garments, and many divine scents were smeared over His body. All was wondrous, brilliant, unlimited, all-expanding.
"If hundreds of thousands of suns were to rise at once into the sky, their radiance might resemble the effulgence of the Supreme Person in that Universal Form." On seeing such a fierce form, Arjuna was awe-struck and asks God, “Who are you in this fearful form & what is Your mission in this form?” To this query of Arjuna "Lord Sri Krishna says: Time I am (Kala), the great destroyer of the worlds, and I have come here to destroy all people. With the exception of you (the Pandavas), all the soldiers here on both sides will be slain." Arjuna asks Lord Sri Krishna to return to his “intimate, beautiful form (saumya-rupa)." At Arjuna's request, Lord Krishna, again displays His real four-armed form and at last shows His two-armed form, thus encouraging the fearful Arjuna.
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Here the brass figure of Vishwa Rupa Lord Krishna is given a spectacular touch. Here the Lord is manifested in his Vishwarupa as was seen by Arjuna during the epic battle of Kurukshetra.
In chapters 10 and 11 of Bhagwat Gita, Lord Krishna reveals Himself as the Supreme Being and finally displays his Vishvarupa to Arjuna, who was reluctant to fight against his brothers in the epic battle of Kurukshetra. In Chapter 10 of Bhagwat Gita, Arjuna was keen to know about various manifestations through which Lord is pervading all over.
Lord Krishna replies that, "Of lights He is the radiant sun; of immovable things, He is the Himalayas; among the stars He is the moon; of purifiers He is the wind; of the wielders of weapons He is Lord Rama etc. etc."
On Chapter 11, Arjuna asks Krishna to show him the Cosmic Form of God. Lord Krishna bestows a special “vision” to Arjuna so that he can see the Divine God in His universal form. Krishna reveals His opulence, hundreds of thousands of varied divine and multicolored forms. Arjuna saw numerous mouths, eyes, wonderful visions. The form was decorated with many celestial ornaments and bore many divine upraised weapons. He wore celestial garlands and garments, and many divine scents were smeared over His body. All was wondrous, brilliant, unlimited, all-expanding.
"If hundreds of thousands of suns were to rise at once into the sky, their radiance might resemble the effulgence of the Supreme Person in that Universal Form." On seeing such a fierce form, Arjuna was awe-struck and asks God, “Who are you in this fearful form & what is Your mission in this form?” To this query of Arjuna "Lord Sri Krishna says: Time I am (Kala), the great destroyer of the worlds, and I have come here to destroy all people. With the exception of you (the Pandavas), all the soldiers here on both sides will be slain." Arjuna asks Lord Sri Krishna to return to his “intimate, beautiful form (saumya-rupa)." At Arjuna's request, Lord Krishna, again displays His real four-armed form and at last shows His two-armed form, thus encouraging the fearful Arjuna.

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