Krishna Darshan The term means the vision of the divine– The Provider of Moksha
Krishna Darshan is a Hindu God and is regarded as an incarnation of Shiva. He is generally associated with the yajna ceremony of the Hindus. He is one of the most important deities of India and is worshipped with great zeal and passion all over the country.
Krishna Darshan is often portrayed as a very handsome young man with a charismatic personality. He is shown wearing a beautiful dress and is decorated with jewelry and flowers. He is depicted to hold a flute, a stick, a drum and a shell. He has a slight resemblance to KrishnaKrishna
It is described that there are three aspects of the Supreme that must... in his appearance, hence his name.
Legends state that once upon a time there was a king named Shradhadeva. He had three sons and Nabhag was one of them. Nabhag was a very wise and just person and was, therefore, sent to gurukul for education by his father. There, Nabhag achieved a great level of intellect and knowledge. However, during that time his two brothers divided the wealth of the kingdom among themselves without leaving anything for Nabhag. When Nabhag returned home after completing his education he was a bit taken aback when he realized what his brothers did. He told them to give him his share of wealth as well, but they said that they forgot to keep his share while dividing the same. They advised him to go and meet their father, Shradhadeva for a solution. Nabhag then approached his father and told him the whole incident. Upon this Shradhadeva advised Nabhag to go and meet Sage Angiras, who was trying to complete a yajna but was unsuccessful in doing so. The reason behind his failure was his attachment with the worldly things. Shradhadeva told Nabhag to educate the sage with the teachings he had received at the Gurukul, and that he would receive all the remaining wealth of the yajna once it is successful.
As directed by his father, Nabhag went to the sage. He educated him about the importance of religion and that why one should break away from the shallow worldly attachments. Due to the teachings of Nabhag, Angiras became free from all the materialistic attachments of the world and was enlightened by the spiritual knowledge he had received. He was now able to successfully complete the yajna. The sage was very pleased with Nabhaga and offered him all the remaining wealth of the yajna. Just when Nabhag was about to receive it, though, ShivaShiva
Shiva is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindu Trinity that ... in his Krishna darshan incarnation came there and prevented the sage from giving away the wealth to Nabhag. Nabhag was not able to recognize the true identity of the deity and argued with him that it was promised that the wealth would be given to him so he should not be stopped from receiving it. Krishna Darshan then advised Nabhag to visit his father and know about his point of view regarding the matter. Nabhag then visited his father and narrated the whole story to him. Shradhadeva then told Nabhag that the person that came there to take his share was none other than Shiva himself. Shradhadeva told him that everything that remains after a yajna belonged to Shiva. Nabhag then went back to the place of yajna. He bowed down to the deity and pleaded for forgiveness. He then worshipped Krishna darshan. The deity was pleased by his prayers and provided him Moksha.
Worship and Significance
Krishna Darshan is worshipped by people all over the world. The deity is believed to bless his devotees and worshippers with great happiness, wealth and joy in life. He is also considered to provide Moksha to those who worship him with purity and sincerity. Krishna Darshan is believed to signify the importance of the Hindu rituals and ceremonies of yajna, and the righteousness and thoughtfulness one must possess in one’s life.