Monthly Archives: September 2020
Shri Krishna is close to the heart of his devotees, adorning kanha ji with beautiful dresses is one way to show love and warmth towards the lord. Be it Shri Krishna or his childhood avatar, the lord is known for his piercing features and beauty. Kanha ji loved to dress in different and vibrant colors as he is always remembered wearing mesmerizing accessories like earrings, mala, mukut, bansuri and more. Out of all the hue, yellow is a constant color for Shri Krishna because in the holy book of Bhagwat Gita, the lord is described wearing a yellow pitamber. Also, yellow is an illuminating color that signifies energy and positivity.
Famous artisans from the holy city of Gokul, Mathura and Vrindavan weave ethnic and aesthetic kanha ji dresses and clothes for bal gopal to ensure beauty in every thread of the dress.
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Hindu gods are often decked up with ornaments and grand poshak, however it is not the decoration that make them beautiful but the Gods and Goddesses are embellished with ornaments to let the ornaments derive their purpose from them. The purpose of shringar is to amplify the beauty of the lord who wears them. The purpose is reversed as the lord makes them even more gracious and impart them efficacy.
Shringar is not just about ornaments or grand accessories, it has great significance attached to it, each Hindu God and Goddess has various characteristics, like the dress they adorn, their accessories, vehicles and weapons, that are the symbols of the deity’s power. Goddess Durga holds several weapons as a symbol of power, Lord Vishnu holds a conch which stands for the five significant elements and eternity, shiva’s trident represents th