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Segundo o Hinduísmo, Vishnu configura 10 avatares, que aparecem ao mundo quando um grande mal ameaça a Terra; foram eles: Matsya, o Peixe; Kurma, a Tartaruga; Varaha, o Javali; Narasimha, o Homem-Leão; Vamana, o Anão; Parashurama, o Homem com o machado; Rama, o arqueiro; Krishna; Buda, o Iluminado (Sidarta Gautama); Kalki, o espadachim montado a cavalo que ainda está por vir.

Segundo o Hinduísmo, Vishnu configura 10 avatares, que aparecem ao mundo quando um grande mal ameaça a Terra; foram eles: Matsya, o Peixe; Kurma, a Tartaruga; Varaha, o Javali; Narasimha, o Homem-Leão; Vamana, o Anão; Parashurama, o Homem com o machado; Rama, o arqueiro; Krishna; Buda, o Iluminado (Sidarta Gautama); Kalki, o espadachim montado a cavalo que ainda está por vir.

Lord Krishna appeared in this world on 19th July 3228 BC (or 8th day of the dark half of the month of sravan or in Rohini Nakshatra, 8, 63,874 years 4 months 20 days of Dwapar Yuga). Shree Krishna married Princess Rukmani- Laxmi . Lord Krishna manifested His earthly pastimes for 125 years. He returned to Spiritual world on 18th Feburary 3102 BC and this is the date of the start of Kaliyuga- the current age (millennium which lasts for 4,32,000 years).:

Lord Krishna appeared in this world on 19th July 3228 BC (or 8th day of the dark half of the month of sravan or in Rohini Nakshatra, 8, 63,874 years 4 months 20 days of Dwapar Yuga). Shree Krishna married Princess Rukmani- Laxmi . Lord Krishna manifested His earthly pastimes for 125 years. He returned to Spiritual world on 18th Feburary 3102 BC and this is the date of the start of Kaliyuga- the current age (millennium which lasts for 4,32,000 years).:

Lord Krishna instructing Arjuna. The Bhaghavad Gita is a 700-verse Hindu scripture in Sanskrit that is part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata. Illustration by Surendra Nath Kar, 1914

Lord Krishna instructing Arjuna. The Bhaghavad Gita is a 700-verse Hindu scripture in Sanskrit that is part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata. Illustration by Surendra Nath Kar, 1914

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