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KRISHNA Whenever the Satanic values come to prevail on the earth and the righteous values decline the Supreme Being the Godhead embodies Himself forth as a human-being in order to uproot vice and to establish virtue so that the earth may get rid of sinners History stands witness to this fact The birth of Lord Krishna thousands of years ago can be cited as an example to prove this fact The Mother Earth at that time was suffering from the tortures of demoniac powers that were at their hey-day The pitch darkness of sin prevalent everywhere was devouring noble values mercilessly When the mother Earth could not tolerate all this she approached Lord Brahma the Creator of the world Lord Brahma escorted her to Lord Vishnu to ask for His help Hearing the woeful tale of the Mother Earth the Lord consoled her saying Dont worry Goddess Earth I myself shall come in the form of Krishna in order to rid you of the clutches of sinners This was the background of the incarnation of Lord Krishna The story begins when Kansa son of Ugrasena the old ruler of Mathura was escorting her cousin Devaki and her husband Vasudeva to her in-laws lust after her marriage with Vasudeva On tire way Kansa was startled to hear a divine voice which said O cruel king The eighth son of this very cousin of yours will be your killer Having heard the divine words Kansa felt worried and at the same time he flew into a rage Though his love for his cousin Devaki was immense yet he now considered her to be his murderers birth-giver So he made up his mind to kill Devaki instantly Having resolved to put Devaki to death Kansa drew out his sword and thundered I will put an end to Devakis life Wherefrom then will my murderer be born When the tree is not there there cant be
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