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What are the 16 arts of the almighty?
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My question-Maharajadhiraaj,His Highness,Yogayshwar Sri Krishna(the greatest) kee solah kalayan kay hain?(Maharajadhiraaj,His Highness,Yogayshwar Lord Krishna's(the greatest) 16 arts?)
- 1 decade agoFavourite answer
A) 64 arts learned by Krishna:
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 45, Verses 35 & 36:
tau sanjagrihatur nripa
aho-ratrais CATUH - SHASHTYA
samyattau tavatih kalah
chandayam asatur nripa"
catuh-shashtya -- sixty-four
"O King, those best of persons, Krishna and Balarama, being Themselves the original promulgators of all varieties of knowledge, could immediately assimilate each and every subject after hearing it explained just once. Thus with fixed concentration They learned the SIXTY FOUR ARTS and skills in as many days and nights. Thereafter, O King, They satisfied Their spiritual master by offering him guru-dakshina."
The following list comprises the sixty-four subjects mastered by Lord Krishna and Lord Balarama in sixty-four days.
The Lords learned (1) gitam, singing; (2) vadyam, playing on musical instruments; (3) nrityam, dancing; (4) natyam, drama; (5) alekhyam, painting; (6) viseshaka-cchedyam, painting the face and body with colored unguents and cosmetics; (7) tandula-kusuma-bali-vikarah, preparing auspicious designs on the floor with rice and flowers; (8) pushpastaranam, making a bed of flowers; (9) dasana-vasananga-ragah, coloring one's teeth, clothes and limbs; (10) mani-bhumika-karma, inlaying a floor with jewels; (11) sayya-racanam, covering a bed; (12) udaka-vadyam, ringing waterpots; (13) udaka-ghatah, splashing with water; (14) citra-yogah, mixing colors; (15) malya-grathana-vikalpah, preparing wreaths; (16) sekharapida-yojanam, setting a helmet on the head; (17) nepathya-yogah, putting on apparel in a dressing room; (18) karna-patra-bhangah, decorating the earlobe; (19) sugandha-yuktih, applying aromatics; (20) bhushana-yojanam, decorating with jewelry; (21) aindrajalam, jugglery; (22) kaucumara-yogah, the art of disguise; (23) hasta-laghavam, sleight of hand; (24) citra-sakapupa-bhakshya-vikara-kriyah, preparing varieties of salad, bread, cake and other delicious food; (25) panaka-rasa-ragasava-yojanam, preparing palatable drinks and tinging draughts with red color; (26) suci-vaya-karma, needlework and weaving; (27) sutra-krida, making puppets dance by manipulating thin threads; (28) vina-damarukavadyani, playing on a lute and a small X-shaped drum; (29) prahelika, making and solving riddles; (29a) pratimala, capping verses, or reciting poems verse for verse as a trial of memory or skill; (30) durvacaka-yogah, uttering statements difficult for others to answer; (31) pustaka-vacanam, reciting books; and (32) natikakhyayika-darsanam, enacting short plays and writing anecdotes.
Krishna and Balarama also learned (33) kavya-samasya-puranam, solving enigmatic verses; (34) pattika-vetra-bana-vikalpah, making a bow from a strip of cloth and a stick; (35) tarku-karma, spinning with a spindle; (36) takshanam, carpentry; (37) vastu-vidya, architecture; (38) raupya-ratna-pariksha, testing silver and jewels; (39) dhatu-vadah, metallurgy; (40) mani-raga-jnanam, tinging jewels with various colors; (41) akara-jnanam, mineralogy; (42) vrikshayur-veda-yogah, herbal medicine; (43) mesha-kukkuta-lavaka-yuddha-vidhih, the art of training and engaging rams, cocks and quails in fighting; (44) suka-sarika-pralapanam, knowledge of how to train male and female parrots to speak and to answer the questions of human beings; (45) utsadanam, healing a person with ointments; (46) kesa-marjana-kausalam, hairdressing; (47) akshara-mushtika-kathanam, telling what is written in a book without seeing it, and telling what is hidden in another's fist; (48) mlecchita-kutarka-vikalpah, fabricating barbarous or foreign sophistry; (49) desa-bhasha-jnanam, knowledge of provincial dialects; (50) pushpa-sakatika-nirmiti-jnanam, knowledge of how to build toy carts with flowers; (51) yantra-matrika, composing magic squares, arrangements of numbers adding up to the same total in all directions; (52) dharana-matrika, the use of amulets; (53) samvacyam, conversation; (54) manasi-kavya-kriya, composing verses mentally; (55) kriya-vikalpah, designing a literary work or a medical remedy; (56) chalitaka-yogah, building shrines; (57) abhidhana-kosha-cchando-jnanam, lexicography and the knowledge of poetic meters; (58) vastra-gopanam, disguising one kind of cloth to look like another; (59) dyuta-visesham, knowledge of various forms of gambling; (so) akarsha-krida, playing dice; (61) balaka-kridanakam, playing with children's toys; (62) vainayiki vidya, enforcing discipline by mystic power; (63) vaijayiki vidya, gaining victory; and (64) vaitaliki vidya, awakening one's master with music at dawn.
B) Twenty Four Kalyana Gunas of Sriman Narayana (So 24 Kalyana Gunas of Sri Krishna):
'Saranagathi Gadhyam' of Sri RamanujaCharya, Verse 7:
Jnanam (true and perfect knowledge),
Bhala (ability to support the whole Universe),
Aishwarya (incomparable wealth and ruler ship of the Universe),
Veerya (untiring virility),
Shakthi (power to act without extraneous help),
Tejas (unmatched radiance),
Souseelya (purest character),
Vatsalya (pure unmitigated love),
Maardava (affectionate tenderness towards devotees/ Bhagavathaals),
Souhardha (Thinking of good only),
Samya (equanimous one),
Madhurya (sweet even to enemies),
Gambheerya (majesty and nobility),
Audharya (giving out liberally- vallal thanmai),
Chathurya (ability to change even enemies into friends), Sthairya (determined to stay on chosen course),
Dhairya (undaunted courage to bring succor to the bhakthas),
Sowrya (ablility to fight alone),
Parakrama (winning the battles effortlessly),
Sathya Kama (having Thy will ever fulfilled),
Sathya Sankalpa (Having Thy deeds fully executed),
Krutithvam (carrying out the duties of Bhagavathas),
Kruthangnathai (remembering with gratitude even a little worship offered to Him)
C) It is mentioned somewhere that Sri Krishna has all the possible16 Gunas and Lord Rama has 12 Gunas.
From Swamy Sri Vedanta Desikan's Saranagati Deepika, Verse 17,
ajahat-svabhavaih - In these incarnations He retains all His qualities intact
Thus Sri Rama and Lord Krishna have all the gunas of Sriman Narayana mentioned here. Sriman Narayana is Sakalaguna Sampoornan. Sriman Narayana and His Avatara murtis (incarnations) are having many many gunas more! These are some examples only!!Source(s): http://vedabase.net/sb/10/45/35-36/en1 http://www.saranagathi.org/articles/ramanuja/gadhy...
- heavenLv 44 years ago
John 10:30 - possibly that he's God incarnate, like the holy trinity. One kin. Jesus is God Revelation 15:3 & 4 - ??? sorry John 8:29 - God is in Jesus by utilising the holy spirit which permits handbook him Luke 4:18 - back, possibly the belief of the holy trinity all as one John 17:21 - Jesus is God, God is in Jesus Acts 10:38 - God placed the holy spirit into Jesus, and the holy spirit is used as education and help to polish gentle in the international. The holy spirit is God. back, the holy spirit, God and Jesus are each and each of a similar element in 3 areas - holy trinity wish this facilitates =]
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Judge not and you will not be judged; do not condemn and pronounce guilty, and you will not be condemned and pronounced guilty; acquit and forgive and you will be acquitted and forgiven.
- Anonymous5 years ago
very interesting question