“Regarding His moral principles, it is stated in the Shrimad-Bhagavatam that Krishna is ruling over Vrindavana as death personified to the thieves, as pleasing bliss to the pious, as the most beautiful Cupid to the young girls and as the most munificent personality to the poor men.” (The Nectar of Devotion, Ch 21)
The less intelligent would tell you that Shri Krishna is not very moral. Their best evidence is a painting, which depicts a series of pairs consisting of a young girl and Krishna dancing under the brightest moon of the year, Sharada Purnima. How can such a scene represent morality? Isn’t it against religious principles to associate with others in this way, to give in to the urges of illicit sex?
As Krishna Himself explains in the Bhagavad-gita, every person is rewarded accordingly in their dealings with Him. Every…
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