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<languages />[[File:100027M-medres.jpg|thumb|<translate>Krishna</translate>]]
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'''Krishna''' is a divine being, an incarnation of the Godhead, an [[avatar]], and he is one of the most celebrated Indian heroes of all time. He has captured the imagination and devotion of Hindus everywhere in his many forms—whether as a frolicking, mischievous child, as the lover of shepherdesses, or as the friend and wise counsellor of the mighty warrior Arjuna.
Krishna teaches Arjuna about the four [[yoga]]s, or paths of union with God, and says that all the yogas should be practiced. The four yogas are knowledge ([[jnana yoga]]), meditation ([[raja yoga]]), work ([[karma yoga]]) and love and devotion ([[bhakti yoga]]). By self-knowledge, by meditation on the God within, by working the works of God to balance [[karma]] and increase good karma and by giving loving devotion, we fulfill the four paths of the [[four lower bodies]]—the memory body, the mental body, the desire body and the physical body.
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[[File:Krishna-spring-in-kulu-1930.jpg|thumb|upright=1.5|<translate>''Krishna (Spring in Kulu)'', Nicholas Roerich (1930)</translate>]]
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== Krishna as the archetype of Christ ==
{{MTR}}, s.v. “Krishna.”
 
[[Category:Heavenly beings]]
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[[Category:Heavenly beings]]

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