Fifth day of Bhagwat Katha in Chitrakoot: Described Krishna Bal Leelas in the story, listeners listened to the story

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Fifth day of Bhagwat Katha in Chitrakoot: Described Krishna Bal Leelas in the story, listeners listened to the story
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In Chitrakoot, Shri Krishna Bal Leela was described on the fifth day in Srimad Bhagavatasaptah Gyan Yagya Katha. Srimad Bhagwat is being celebrated with great pomp in Gayatri Shaktipeeth Chitrakoot. Bhagwat Dr. Ram Narayan Tripathi described Shri Krishna's birth Bal Leelas in the story. Srimad Bhagwat is obtained by listening to the story. He is the main deity. Whenever there is terror of the sins of demons and demons on this earth, then Lord Vishnu incarnates in some form and reduces the weight of the earth. By the way, Lord Vishnu has yet to hold twenty -three incarnations. The 2 incarnations of Vishnu are considered to be his most important incarnations in the main incarnations, Shri Ram and Shri Krishna. Shri Krishna was born in the lineage of King Yadu Kul in the Kshatriya clan. Bhagwat Katha Vyas explained in detail the life saga of Krishna ji and told about the life of Krishna ji. Divya Bhagwat Katha will be organized from 18 July to 24 July from 7:00 am to 10:00 am in Gayatri Shaktipeeth Chitrakoot. Bhandara will be run unwavering for devotees. This story is being organized by the Gayatri family. On this occasion Ramamilan, Ajay Kumar, Nitin Kumar, Amit Kumar, Meenakshi Devi, Harimohan, Hardev Prasad, Pankaj etc. were present. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA code of ethics.

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