Prahlad bowed his head upon reserving the order of Lord Brahma and carrying a beautiful garland, the little boy went in front of the Lord. The Lord shook His golden mane from side to side whileroaringbut when He saw innocent Prahlad in front of Him, He began to smile. Without any fear, Prahlad placed the garland on the Lord's neck and standing with his hands folded in great respect, he looked at the Lord with great love.
Lord Krishna’s incarnations remain fresh in people’s minds even though thousands and millions of years have passed since His descent. He appeared each time to save His devotees and re-establish religious Principles. The Vedas, of which Srimad Bhagvatam is the cream, is filled with accounts of the various principal accounts reveal a culture of Kings and demons, sages and non-believers, and the Lord and His devotees. Dor, showing Himself to be the Supreme Person, even though He makes a dramatic display of His complete human. A devotee of Krishna, although hearing these activities repeatedly, never tires of hearing them and the narrations always remain fresh.
Seeking the blessing of the supreme Lord and His devotees, I begin to recount the pastimes of Lord Krishna in His different incarnations, which I have had the fortune of hearing since my childhood.
|Matsya:The Fish Incarnation||11|
|Kurma: The Tortoise Incarnation||19|
|Narasimhadeva: Half Man/Half Lion Incarnation||35|
|Vamana: The Dwarf Incarnation||153|
Item Code: NAP507 Author: R. Govinda Cover: Paperback Edition: 2018 Publisher: Touch Stone Media ISBN: 9788193481493 Language: English Size: 8.5 inch X 5.5 inch Pages: 227 (9 Color Illustrations) Other Details: Weight of the Book: 200 gms