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Category:Krsna's Kaumara Age
Pages in category "Krsna's Kaumara Age"
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- Formerly in Vraja Lord Krsna displayed three ages, namely childhood, boyhood and adolescence. His adolescence is especially significant
- From Krsna's appearance day to the end of His fifth year is called kaumara, from the beginning of the sixth year up to the end of the tenth year is called pauganda, and from the eleventh to the end of the fifteenth year is called kaisora
- He (Krsna) had a slender flute and a buffalo horn bugle, and sometimes He played on a flute made from the leaves of trees. These are some of the symptoms of the end of Krsna's kaumara age
- His affectionate pastimes with His parents are executed during His kaumara age. His friendship with the cowherd boys is exhibited during the pauganda period. And His friendship with the gopis is exhibited during the age of kaisora
- In His youth Lord Krsna made all three of His ages, and the entire universe, successful by His pastimes of amorous love like the rasa dance
- In the beginning of Krsna's kaumara age, there were the nails of tigers set in a golden necklace about His neck
- In the middle kaumara age, the upper portion of Krsna's hair falls around His eyes. Sometimes He is covered with cloth around the lower part of His body, and sometimes He is completely naked
- In this way Sri Krsna, along with His elder brother Balarama, passed the childhood age known as kaumara and stepped into the age of pauganda, from the sixth year up to the tenth
- Learned scholars have divided Krsna's age into three periods: the age up through five years is called kaumara, the age from the sixth through the tenth year is called pauganda, and the age from the eleventh through fifteenth year is called kaisora
- Lord Krsna's ages of boyhood and youth are discussed, and it is explained that His age at the beginning of youth is His eternal form
- The childhood ages of Krsna are divided into three periods: the beginning of kaumara age, the middle of kaumara age, and the end of kaumara age
- The kaumara age is just suitable for reciprocating the love of a child with Mother Yasoda
- There was protective tilaka on His forehead, black mascara around His eyes and silk thread around His waist. These are the descriptions of Krsna's dress at the beginning of the kaumara age
- These wonderful features of Krsna's body never failed to astonish Mother Yasoda. At the end of His kaumara age, Krsna carried a small stick in His hand, His clothing was a little longer, and He had a knot around His waist, resembling the hood of a snake
- When Mother Yasoda once saw Him in His middle kaumara age: His scattered hairs were touching His eyebrows, and His eyes were restless, but He could not express His feelings with proper words
- While Krsna is spending His days as a cowherd boy, He is in the kaumara and pauganda ages
- While Krsna was in the middle of His kaumara age, His waist became thinner, His chest became broader, and His head was decorated with His curly hairs, resembling the falling of the wings of a crow