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3 Krishnas: Krishn (Dwarka), Arjun (Krishn) and Draupadi (Krishnaa).
All 3 shared a name, shared their dusky complexion and shared a deep emotional bond.
Traditionally, Kurukshetra was a war of these 3 Krishnas against evil.
Symbolically, though, was it a war of Arjun versus Krishn & Krishnaa?
Any great deed requires the mind, the heart and the hand to be in-sync.
The Mind = for cool analysis, planning, ideas, impulses, thoughts.
The Heart = for passion, emotions, inspiration and fire.
The Hand = for skills, finesse, well-honed, strong, the doer.
Krishn was the mind, Draupadi was the inspiration and Arjun was the executor of their combined vision.
What if the hand rebels against the heart & mind?
On the eve of Kurukshetra, Arjun paused, paralyzed by his dilemma. Then followed the enriching Q & A session which we know today as Bhagwad Gita.
At Kurukshetra, the mind and the heart were Continue reading