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Janmashtami




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Hindu Books > Culture Course > Culture Course Volume - I > Janmashtami

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You have seen a picture of child Krishna. He has butter in his hand. He wears a peacock feather on his head. He loves them. Child Krishna was full of Pranks. Every one in Gokul loved him. Women gave him curd and butter to eat. They sang and danced with him. Cows and calves too were his friends and playmates. He played sweetly on the flute. Vasudeva was his father and Devaki his mother. Krishna grew up. He became a hero. He killed wicked Asuras. He helped the Pandavas in the Bharata war against the Kauravas.

Author - Dharamsey M. Khatau




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