The devotee can constantly think of the object of worship, the Supreme Lord, in any of His features — Narayana, Krishna, Rama, etc. — by chanting Hare Krishna. This practice will purify him, and at the end of his life, due to his constant chanting, he will be transferred to the kingdom of God. Yoga practice is meditation on the Supersoul within; similarly, by chanting Hare Krishna one fixes his mind always on the Supreme Lord. The mind is fickle, and therefore it is necessary to engage the mind by force to think of Krishna. One example often given is that of the caterpillar that thinks of becoming a butterfly and so is transformed into a butterfly in the same life. Similarly, if we constantly think of Krishna, it is certain that at the end of our lives we shall have the same bodily constitution as Krishna
Q. I know that Lord Krishna is the supreme God, but I also would like to know that Lord Shiva and Goddess (Durga) different from Lord Krishna?
Who is the first of all?
Also know about Allah (Muslim God)?
Who is that God?
either nirakar brahma
Who is he?
A. Your understanding of Lord Krishna to be supreme, is correct.
Lord Shiva and Goddess Durga have a different role in this material world.
No doubt Lord Shiva is very powerful, whenever there is need to destroy this material world, Lord Shiva destroys it.
Lord Krishna is the beginning of everything and is the cause of all causes.
According to Brahma Samhita,
ishvarah paramah krishnah
sac cid anand vigrahah
anadir adih govindah
sarva karana karanam
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