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As per the Hindu religion, Lord Krishna is known as the God who can bestow upon us lots of love, wealth, and prosperity. By having a Radha Krishna statue in your home, you can attract all these things in your life. You will be able to invite all good omens in your life. It is important to know the exact place where you can place the statue and how you need to keep the statue so that you can get the needed blessings.

Different people have different reasons for bringing the Lord Krishna Statue. In this article, we will let you know the best ways to place the Krishna Statue in your home:

Importance of direction

When you enter your home, try to map out the walls and determine the walls' direction. This way, you will know the exact place where you can place the idol of Lord Krishna. The statue is most effective when it is placed in the Northeast direction of your home. You can also see the statue in the East to West or West to East direction. Try not to place the statue in the North to South direction. The placement of the statue should also follow the Feng Shui rules. The placement also shows respect for Krishna's statue and will enable you to get the energy needed to stay peaceful.

The height of the room and the place

The room's height as the height of the place where you will place the Lord Krishna statue also matters. Depending on the statue's size, you can place the small size statues at the level of your eye. If you want, you can also add a shelf to keep it at your eye level, or you can also try to use a bookshelf. It would help if you considered that you should look at the statue without having to look too up or too down. The main point you need to consider is to place the statue at your eye level. Do your best unless it is a big size statue. Try not to place the statue on the ground. It should be placed in an elevated space.

Which room should not be used to place Lord Krishna Statue

We already know the direction in which you need to place Lord Krishna Statue. You also need to know that there are also considerations about the rooms where you should never place the statue. The major consideration you need to follow is never placing the Lord Krishna statue in your bedroom or bathroom. You can also try to avoid placing the statue near the wall adjoining these rooms for maximum benefits.

The direction of light on the statue

It would help if you made sure that the statue can also see the right amount of light. The direction of the main light source should hit the statue from the South Eastside. In temples, people try to place candles and diyas so that the Radha Krishna brass statue can have the right directionality for the light. If you are placing the statue in your home, make sure to do your best because the light direction will always attract positivity and good energy into your home, and it will also favor money and happiness.

Type of statues

Different events in your life can be assisted by bringing different types of Krishna statues. If there is a child's birth, you can try to bring a child version of Lord Krishna. If you want positivity and energy to enter your home, you can try to bring a Krishna statue with a calf. These two sacred pieces will bring lots of blessings and positivity into your home.


Even if you have a lord Krishna statue for non-religious purposes, you need to treat it with the utmost respect. Treating the statue with utmost respect can mean that your home will look lovely and feel inviting. The right placement of the statue can also mean that you will attract wealth and positivity to your home. You can also get different varieties and materials in Krishna statues.

Even if you are not a religious person, having a Krishna statue can help you get lots of positivity and peace in your life. You can check different online and offline shops to get the best quality statues. Make sure to follow all guidelines before you bring the statue of Lord Krishna. Let us know if you want to know more about purchasing these religious statues. We will be more than happy to help you.


It is believed by the Shaiva Agamas that Shakti is the manifestation of Sadashiv. She then manifests in various forms and can don the avatars of Bhavani, Kali and Durga. To assist Lord Shiva, She dons the avatars of Lord Vishnu. Hence, Devi and Vishnu are inseparable and parts of one divine power. This is why they are considered to be brother and sister.
According to Shakta viewpoint, the MahaLaxmi or the Supreme Goddess gave rise to three pairs of divine siblings -

• Brahma and Laxmi (or Lakshmi)
• Vishnu and Uma
• Shiva and Saraswati

Also, the paani-grahan ceremony of Goddess Parvati was performed by Lord Vishnu. He also did Kanyadaan of Mahatriprisundari to Lord Mahakaleshwar. Moreover, it is believed that Parvati was born at the house of Nanda and was sacrificed in place of Krishna.

Vishnu is the part of the Hindu Triumvirate or Trimurti. Like other two Lords - Shiva and Brahma, Lord Vishnu is immortal. The part of the immortality can also be attributed to the fact that all the Devtas partook the Amrut or the holy nectar that granted them immortality.
Lord Vishnu plays an important role as the protector of the universe and often returns to earth to protect against troubles and problems. He helps to reduce the trouble on the earth and restore the balance between good and bad. His incarnations often have served their purpose on the earth and it is believed that He will again reincarnate on the earth to save it in 2025 CE.

Narayana means the final goal of all human beings and it is also the name of Lord Vishnu as per ancient Vedic texts. Hence, Lord Vishnu and Narayana are the same. Their name also refers to God in his infinite form and implies the one who rests on the water.
In the same essence, Lord Vishnu has more than 1000 names and he is known by more than one name.
As per Vedas and Upanishads, these names refer to the supreme lord or the Parmatama.
Krishna is an avatar of Lord Vishnu and the Narayana is the part of the half of Nara-Narayana.

Among the greatest virtues mentioned in the Hindu scriptures, Lord Venkateswara is believed to be one of the most sacred avatars of Lord Vishnu. He is believed to be a human form of Lord Vishnu which He had to do to search for Goddess Laxmi (or Lakshmi) (as per Varaha Purana and Bhavishya Purana).

Lord Venkateswara is one of the chief deities of South India and is known by various other names. Lord Venkateswara is also the presiding deity of Tirumala Venkateswara Temple at Tirupati Balaji.

Lord Vishnu is the Lord of preservation and is also called as the all provider. He performs the cosmic function of cohesion. The constructive nature of his function is entirely different from his cosmic counterpart like Shiva. Though he is one of the three prominent deities yet his status is far beyond that of other Gods. He is eternal and ever present and cannot be killed or destroyed. Hence, Vishnu is alive and ever present in his cosmic form even though his avatars are no longer available.

Vishnu is one of the principal Hindu deities and the meaning of the name is the Prevader. Vishnuji has had nine avatars till now and also combines numerous lesser divine figures and local heroes chiefly centred around two major ones - Rama and Krishna.
His appearance is immeasurable and has 10 Avatar but all are not the same. Among the other names of Vishnu, the prominent are Vasudeva Shri Krishna, Narayana and Hari.

The answer to the same is both a Yes and no. Lord Vishnu and Shiva are the same as they are the core energy force and have originated from the same energy source. They are the same as they are manifested by the same energy.

It is believed that the Trinity - Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh often give rise to each other and are a single entity with different purposes.
On the other hand, Shiva and Vishnu are a form of each other. One cannot exist without the other as their powers of protection and destruction go hand in hand.

Lord Vishnu in his Krishna Avatar was depicted black as he had a dark skin. However, a large number of images of the Lord show him to be of blue colour instead of black. This displays the shade of His aura that had tints of blue.

On other hand, some believe that since Lord Vishnu is all pervasive and omnipresent, He is shown as blue to depict that He is omnipresent and infinite like the sky. In Vedas and Puranas, Narayana is depicted as having divine blue shades of water filled clouds and has a lotus and Shankha in His hand.

According to Vishnu Puran, Lord Vishnu sows the seeds of a new Yuga by giving birth to Brahma, Mahesh and Lakshmi. Brahma gives birth to Saptarshi and these impart education and knowledge to humans
Lord Vishnu or PalanKarta meaning sustainer, protector and preserver - creates universe from Himself. He existed before the creation of the universe and everything will become a part of Him.
Vishnu Puran asserts that after pralaya takes place, only Vishnu survived and then helped to restore the divine balance. Lord Vishnu contributed to the resurrection of the universe by giving birth to Brahma from the navel.

Lord Vishnu is one of the most significant Hindu Gods who ensures that the universe stays healthy and prosperous. He takes the role of a creator and then nourishes the creation using his female form. Lord Vishnu is an epitome of great power, selflessness and feminine aspects like extreme patience.

If you wish to worship Lord Vishnu then you can perform puja using water, fruits, flowers, etc. Incense sticks can be placed near his statue. His statue must face the east side and must have a lot of Tulsi leaves. This is because He loves Tulsi a lot.

The importance of each God in the Hindu religion is immense and as a result, all the important elements of human life - creation, preservation and destruction are given due importance in the same. One of the toughest parts is played by Lord Vishnu who is the preserver of the universe and He nourishes and performs all the vital tasks and responsibilities needed for sustaining humanity. This is why Lord Vishnu is equated with the status of a mother.

To thank Him for his undying love and prosperity, Thursdays are observed as the fasting days for Lord Vishnu and his incarnations. Pujas are conducted using milk, ghee, etc. The devotees need to eat food made from milk products only once on this day.

Vishnu means all pervasive and he is free from the cycle of birth and death. He never takes birth and nor is destructible. He is also the Lord of the past, present and future and is also a supersoul. As per Hindu ceremonies, everything starts with Vishnu and ends with him.

Even God's like Indra, Varuna, Vayu, etc. do not die. Since all the God's have celestial bodies, they lack bones and skins and remain immortal. Then they merge into the universal body of Narayana and they remain free from disease and death.

The universe has been created by the holy Trinity composed of Vishnu, Brahma and Mahesh. Together these three lords describe the laws of nature and creation. The birth of the Trinity is unknown and a great mystery in itself. In some cases, it is believed that Shivji created both Brahma and Vishnu and vice versa. Since there is no hardcore evidence, the theory is controversial.
However, the life-span of Lord Vishnu spans 311.04 trillion human years and the same is one breath of Vishnu. When He exhales, thousands of universes emerge and one Brahma is reborn in each universe.

The ascending of the Kali Yuga (the current epoch in which they are presently living) will end in 2025 CE. The manifestation of the next Yuga (the ascending of Dwapar Yuga) will occur in 2325 CE with a transitional period of 300 years.It is expected that Vishnu will take the Avatar of Kalki.
As per the Bhagavad Gita, the end of the Kali Yuga will see the incarnation or Avatar of Lord Vishnu on earth. Moreover, everytime Adharma spread its ugly wings, Lord Vishnu came to the rescue to bring in Dharma. The Kalki Avatar of Vishnu will be his tenth and he is expected to be born at a scheduled date and location.

It is believed that before the beginning of each rainy season, Lord Vishnu sleeps for four months. As a result, the annual pralaya takes place. It is believed that Lord Vishnu seeks a break as he is tired and sleeps after completing his work. This pralaya is the time when the world gets a new life.
Lord Vishnu falls asleep on the Kshir Sagar or the ocean of milk and rests on the Shesha Naga. This day is called the Shayani Ekadashi. He later wakes up on the eleventh of Kartik month called Prabodhini Ekadashi which corresponds with the rainy season in India.

According to Shiv Puranas, it is believed that Brahma and Vishnu were created by Ardhnarishwar i.e. the half of Shiva and Parvati. Brahma was born from Rudra or Vishnu. Other versions suggest that Vishnu, Shiva and Brahma create each other in a cyclical pattern in each aeons or Kalpa. Accordingly, Vishnu sows the seeds of a new creation at the beginning of each Yuga. As a result, Brahma, Vishnu and Lakshmi are created. Lord Vishnu is himself believed to be the sustainer and protector and is thus believed to have existed before the actual creation of the universe.

Bhagavad Gita talks about a relationship in two terms - horizontal and vertical. True vertical relationship is with Krishna and the only eternal bliss that we must attempt to achieve. We as eternal souls must attempt to have a relationship with the eternal Krishna.
Then at the horizontal level, we must attempt to have relationships with those who share our familial status. These include the relationship between elders, younger ones or siblings. While it is important to sustain horizontal relationships, we must also attempt to boost the relationship with Krishna. The best idea is to harmonize the horizontal and the vertical relationship and seek Vedic wisdom and culture to promote a compatible social structure.

Lord Krishna is merciful and believes that mercy is powerful than most tidal waves. His teachings assert one to stay in the moment. He also helped us to understand that it is important to love selflessly and ceaselessly.

As a fine teacher, He descends into the world again and again to provide kindness and relief to those even if they have offended Him. He also teaches us to live life happily and enjoy each moment without worrying about the future and its consequences.

During the rendition of Mahabharata, the glory of Pandavas is etched while sadly Karna is labelled as an ill-fated guy. Though, he quickly became the king of a small kingdom through his allegiance. Many glorify his deeds as a Suryaputra while others label him as Sutputra.

On the other hand, Lord Krishna had praised the great warrior on several occasions. In the middle of the war, Lord Krishna told Arjuna that Karna was a real warrior and far better than him.

According to Lord Krishna, Karma yoga is the presence of selfless actions performed for the benefit of others. It is the path to reach Moksha or spiritual liberation through work.

He also said that the meaning of Karma is in the intention and this intention behind any action matters. On the other hand, those who are motivated by the desire for the fruits of action are often miserable and remain anxious about the results of what they do.

Lord Krishna said that in the Kaliyuga the pious ones will be like cuckoo. They will use sweet words and inflict pain on the followers.
Moreover, in this Yuga, the wealth alone will be considered to be the sign of good birth and upbringing. This will override other signs of goodness, proper behaviour and fine qualities. Law and justice will be applied only on the basis of one's power and love will not be the essence of the relations. The success in the business will depend on deceit.

Krishna teaches us to live in the present and be unconscious about the future. He chose to live in the present moment without worrying.
He believed that mindfulness is all about being in the present and being aware about the present. This makes a change in the quality of life. By living in the present and paying more attention to the present can help to improve your mental well-being.
Even though Lord Krishna was the king of Dwarka, he was extremely humble and had tremendous respect for the elders. He was always ready to give pleasure to his parents and teachers.

As per Lord Krishna - True love is free from expectations, anger and other forms of emotions. It is an act that involves giving, void of any expectations or bad feelings.
His teachings are revealed in Mahabharata where Lord Krishna teaches us that when there are no attachments, one can truly love someone else. This is a love that is pure and divine. The sole way to conquer is through love and then He can be gladly conquered.

Lord Krishna was the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu and is also revered as the supreme God in Hinduism. It is believed that Krishna was born on the stroke of midnight and his life marks the passing of the Dvapara Yug and the beginning of the Kali Yuga.

The divine baby was born in Mathura and on this day, Vasudeva was magically freed from the prison to help save the young Lord. He then exchanged the Lord with the newborn baby of Yashoda and Nanda.

The Krishna River extends over the whole of Andra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka. It has a total geographic area of 2, 58, 948 sq. Km. and covers 8 per cent of the total geographic area of the nation.
The basin has a length and width of 701 KM and 672 km. The place where the Krishna river meets the sea is called Sagara Sangam. Avanigadda is the city closest to the same. This place defines the part where the river Krishna meets the Bay of Bengal and is called Hamsaladevi.

The Krishna river has a large and highly fertile delta. It traces its origins to Arabian sea and offers a large and highly fertile delta that remains continuous flow with Godavari to the northeast. Even though it is one of the longest flowing rivers of the nation yet it is not navigable. It however does provide water for irrigation through a weir, it helps to manage its course.
Since, the same is fed by seasonal monsoons, the river flow undergoes fluctuations all over the year. As a result, its major tributaries are Bhima in North while Tungabhadra in South.

Krishna River rises in the Western parts of Maharashtra and not very far away from the Arabian sea. Then the same flows to Wai and then slowly flows past Sangli towards the border of Karnataka State. Once the river turns east and flows in an irregular direction or towards north central Karnataka then to the southeast and then Telangana.
The mighty Krishna River bears the name of Lord Krishna and then takes his blessings only to flow towards Bay of Bengal. As a result, it is the lifeline of four states - Maharashtra, Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

Krishna River - also called as Kistna river in South central India is one of the longest rivers in the nation. The total course of the same is 800 miles. The river traces its origins to Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra.
Krishna River is believed to originate at Krishna Bai Temple in the old Mahabaleshwar. This temple is an ancient Shiva shrine that has a strem emitting from the mouth of a cow. This water then cascades to form Krishna River.

Bhalka Thirtha is a place located in Veraval in Saurashtra (western coast of Gujarat) is thought to be the place where Lord Krishna was killed by an arrow. He was killed by a hunter named Jara who mistook his feet to be a prey. It is believed that the great Lord died from a poisonous arrow that created gangrene in the leg. The Lord already knew about the matter and was prepared for the same. On Jara seeking forgiveness, Lord Krishna revealed that Jara was the incarnation of Bali and had came to avenge the death from previous life.

The sources of Krishna Mythology are epics like Mahabharata and the Puranas. They relate to the fact how Lord Krishna (meaning as black as cloud) was born as the son of Vasudeva and Devaki. Since the prophecy forced both the parents to be confined to jail, Vasudeva was able to get Krishna away from Mathura to Gokul.

Lord Krishna began his childhood in Vrindavan and then spend a few years in Mathura. Afterwards, till his end, he lived at Dwarka as Dwarakadhish.

It is believed that Lord Krishna was born in Mathura (Uttar Pradesh) in a dungeon when his mother was captured by his uncle - Kansa. When Kansa heard that his sister's child will destroy him, he decided to slay all her children until Krishna was smuggled across Yamuna to Gokul. Here He was raised as the leader of cowherds.
He is considered to be the God of love and mythology labels him as a prankster in earlier days while later on He is portrayed as a gentle lover and universal Supreme being.