Lord Krishna's Guru. Sage Sandipani was supposed to had his Gurukul in this location 3000 years ago. Lord Krishna,Lord Balaram and Lord Sudan's have studied under the sage. Apart from idols of Sage there are idols of Krishna. Read more
Saint Sandipani was the guru of Lord Sri Krishna and also of his brother Lord Balarama. Sudama, a friend of Lord Krishna, also was a student at the gurukul the same time.
It is an ashram of rishi sandipan who was the teacher of lord krishna and sudama.
Rishi Sandipani taught Shri Krishna, Balram and Sudama here, in Sandipani ashram. There are three idols of Krishna, Balram and Sudama facing idol Guru Sandipani and Sandipani is in teaching position. In first Shivalaya the Nandi is in standing position, It had a story behind it.
While Radha was Krishna's wife in his previous birth, an incident narrates that she once saw Lord Krishna sitting in the park with Virja, another of his wives then.
"disc of auspicious vision", IAST: sudarșana çakra) is a spinning, discus weapon, having 108 serrated edges used by the Hindu god Vishnu or Krishna. The Sudarshana Chakra is generally portrayed on the right rear hand of the four hands of Vishnu, who also holds a shankha (conch shell), a Gada (mace) and a padma (lotus).
Guru Dronacharya was a legendary and illustrious teacher of the Mahabharata era. He taught royal princes of both the clans, Pandavas and Kauravas. It is his teachings which made all his disciples from both the princely clan, masters of all the arts-related to warfare. Once Arjuna was hunting in a forest.
Dakshinamurthy (Tamil: தட்சிணாமூர்த்தி IAST: Dakṣiṇāmūrti) is an aspect of the Hindu god Shiva as a guru (teacher) of all types of knowledge.
Lord Krishna (the divine statesman) is the eighth avatar of Vishnu and is one of the most widely revered deities in Hinduism.
Did Lord Krishna go to Gurukul? - Quora. Yes. Both Krishna and Balarama were disciples of Sandipani Muni. They had their education in his gurukul.
Guru Dronacharya, teacher to the bickering Kauravas and Pandavas, was always just a benign, fatherly figure, torn between playing favourites and forced to be loyal to the kingdom of Hastinapur.
During the crowing of Yudhishthira, Shishupal abused Lord Krishna for more than hundred times, but as he had promised Shishupal mother not to harm him, he forgave Shishupal. But, when the abuse crossed the number 100, he killed Shishupal.
According to Vishnu Puran, Vishwakarma created the trishula using the matter from the sun and gave it to Shiva.
The Sudarshan Chakra has 108 serrated blades, and has the ability to travel several million yojanas (1 Yojana = 8 kms) at a blink of an eye. Once out of finger, it chases the enemy and will not return without the intended result. The enemy can only stop it with his own death.
Besides, as an avatar of Sheshnaag, on whom Lord Vishnu rests, Balaram could not have fought against Krishna. So he decided to go on a pilgrimage while the war carries on. Balrarama was neutral. He did not take part in the war, as he could not make sense of the carnage.
At this time Lord Vishnu instructed Yogamaya, His internal potency, to transfer the unborn child from the womb of Devaki to that of Rohini, one of the other wives of Vasudeva. In this way Balarama was born in Gokul under the protection of Nanda Maharaja.
Subhadra (Sanskrit: सुभद्रा, romanized: Subhadrā) is a Hindu goddess mentioned in the ancient Hindu scriptures like the “Mahabharata” and the “Bhagavata Purana”. She is described as the favourite child of Vasudeva and the younger sister of the deities Krishna and Balarama.
Radha's life in Vrindavan took a drastic turn after Krishna left. She was forced by her mother to marry a man. In fact, they had a child together.
Her birthday is celebrated as Radhaastmi and she was found on a Lotus in the middle of Lake by Vrishbhanu. Then Vrishbhanu and Kritida adopted her and Radha refused to open her eyes when she was born and only opened eyes when she saw Krishna first. Radha Krishna are the consorts of each other from Goloka itself.