Krishna - as a Political Performer

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KRISHNA – AS A POLITICAL REFORMER
First of all I would like to quote 4 lines which entails or is a crux of whole life of lord Krishna.
“AADO DEVKI DEV GARBH JANANM; GOPI GHRUHE VARDHANM,
MAYA PUTAN JIVTAAP HANANM; GOVERDHANO DHARANM
KANSA CHHEDAN KAURAVADI HANANM; KUNTI SUTA PALANM,
ETAD SHRIMAD BHAGAVAD PURAN KATHITM; SHREE KRISHNA LEELAMRUTM”

As the above lines said that first of all lord Krishna born as a human as a Devki’s son, he was so attractive and with great personality form his childhood, so everyone (family members, Radha and other Gopi) loves him. Further he has killed a magical lady called Putana, and relieved people from her bad actions. Also he has lifted a huge Goverdhan mountain on his finger with the objective to aware people that “don’t praise the people who enforce you but do pray always to those tools and equipment which lift you towards your achievements and good actions (sat karma).
Further he has killed his own maternal uncle named as Kansa, also killed kauravas by operating and directing the pandavas (children of mata kunti). That is what all about Krishna’s life postulated in Shrimad Bhagavad.
Now as you might aware somewhat about actions of the lord KRISHNA, so with this, the article postulates some critical political issues carried out by lord Krishna in between his whole life as a human being. The article point out various events that clearly shows; how a Krishna had played some political games with others. But in all that I have learned so many things. Some of them are as under… 1) It’s like a small story. As Krishna was small one with the age of nearby 5 years old, he used to steal ‘maakhan” from others (Gopis’) home. So one day all came to her mother and said your child is very mischievous and he ate all our ‘maakhan’. Krishna’s mother heard this and suddenly she scolds him and asks him to say truths that have you ate their ‘maakhan’??? Then he smiled and said, “ME NAHI MAAKHAN KHAYO………”
That means at one look he

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