Beauty originates from Sri Krishna

He who is most beautiful, whose beauty is unequalled, He who makes us smile, makes our hands join in prayer, give firm ground to our feet and makes us admire the beauty is none other than Sri Krishna. What is real beauty? Beauty that appears to our eyes or the beauty that lies within us, a kind heart and gentle nature with a humble attitude. The outside beauty fades away, we know this but then also we run after it why? Did Sri Krishna teach us to be beautiful and play with everything? No! He taught us to accept things as they are, fight for what is right and help others genuinely. He taught us to put efforts for things that we desire, He taught us to win hearts, to light up the atmosphere with his music. He made things attractive with his music; his personality makes one inclined towards spiritual beauty.

Beautiful features attached with the auspicious characteristics, ever-youthful yet understanding nature, and the pleasant talks and highly intelligent, genius, and firmly determined attitude is associated with the expert judge of time and circumstances — Sri Krishna!

The Beauty of Sri Krishna

Krishna is the epitome of true love; He taught us the meaning of true love. His whole life represents beauty. Doesn’t each would-be mother want a child as beautiful, as intelligent and as attractive as Krishna? Doesn’t every mother wants their child as the follower of truth, and want them to walk on the path of correctness? Doesn’t every mother want her child to fight for justice, be always right and respect women? Doesn’t every mother want her child to be beautiful both inside and outside like Sri Krishna?

Krishna is the charmer and a man full of potencies. The ornaments on His body do not beautify Him but become beautiful by Him wearing them. Everything in Him attracts whether it is His body colour, His flute, His attitude, His lotus feet, His playful yet sincere gesture, or His three-curved body posture. Everything in Him is beautiful.

His beauty makes every other thing as secondary; it signifies one fact that the body is perishable. One who comes into existence will be gone one day, all the beauty, all the strength and all the youth will once be replaced by wrinkled skin and weakness. But what will remain till the end is kindness and love? People will remember you for your attitude and not for your superficial beauty. Bhagwan Krishna teaches to have a beautiful nature, and not just have a beautiful feature. Once you grow old, when beauty is gone, the inner beauty and the true nature will always be with you.

‘The Sweetness of Sri Krishna is the epitome of beauty. Incarnate Spirituality and gift yourself Infinite Beauty’

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