Category:Condemnation of Krsna
Pages in category "Condemnation of Krsna"
The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total.
- A poet who does not know the grammatical regulative principles, who is unfamiliar with metaphorical ornaments, especially those employed in drama, and who does not know how to present the pastimes of Lord Krsna is condemned
- As supreme teacher of the world, Lord Krsna condemns the attitude of Arjuna, who said, "I do not find any good in this fighting. It will cause perpetual habitation in hell." Such statements by Arjuna were due to ignorance only
- Asvatthama proved himself to be an unworthy son of Dronacarya or of a brahmana, and for this reason he was condemned by the greatest authority, Lord Sri Krsna, and yet a mild woman (Draupadi) could not withdraw her natural courtesy for a brahmana
- Asvatthama was condemned by the Lord (Krsna) Himself, and he was treated by Arjuna just like a culprit, not like the son of a brahmana or teacher
- Less intelligent persons have been condemned by the Lord Himself in Bhagavad-gita, and they are known as the mudhas
- Lord Krsna condemned such ideas, and He also condemned persons who take the trouble to go to holy places of pilgrimage just to take a bath and come back without taking the opportunity to associate with the great devotees and mahatmas living there