Lord Krishna’s Blog… ?

19 Jan

I was just wondering, how would Krishna blog? The great Lord Krishna. I am so curious and wonder what went on in His mind everytime he regaled the universe with his miracles. He existed in the Dwapara Yuga and now we are into the Kali Yuga and well, he is no more physically with us anyway.

Do you think he would write beautiful poetry to enthrall us describing his moments with his beloved Radha? His satsanghs of flute music with his dear gopikas? Maybe he would write about how much they all loved him and cherished his presence. Would he let us know that he knew how much Radha would pine for him after he leaves?

Krishna's Rasa-leela

My all time favorite - almost miraculous - because all the gopikas seem to think each one is dancing with krishna.

 He would surely amuse us everyday with all the pranks he played at Brindavan. He would certainly post all the butter stealing stories. I think it would also be fun if he posts the address of the house he was going to steal butter from the next day. Everyone in brindavan would subscribe to the blog and keep grepping the blog to see if their address was listed. He would have the maximum number of hits, I am sure 😉

And all the demons he put an end to while in brindavan? Would he post about it? So that the other demons became aware and better turn themselves into good people?

Would he post one couplet of Bhagwad Gita everyday? One paragraph of Daily inspiration to start the day with would surely be wonderful. He could have a tag/category called, A Divine start to a Divine day. It would be awesome. By the way, do you think he would sign up for postaweek2011 or postaday2011 or even the plinky prompts? I am sure he would have umpteen number of things to write everyday and do not need story ideas or encouragement. But would he, to encourage us?

Would he help solve stock market crisis? Would he give technical gadget advice or market watch tips? Would he have a column to solve love squibbles, he being the ultimate lover of all the Yugas, having himself atleast 16000 wives and many other lovers and keeping them all happy?

How would he describe the Mahabharata war? Would he regret that this had to be fought? Would he write it in the same humorous way, we know him to be? How many flavors would there be in his blog?

Perhaps, the readers would infer of his feelings for Yashoda and Devaki? I want to know he loved Radha more or Rukmini? Or Draupadi as she was his cousin sister and he had a very strong brotherly love for her? Or the quality of his love was the one beyond comparatives and even superlatives. Aww, I am being mushy now… sniff sniff …

Do you think he would have used his posts to try to change the Kauravas for the better? Or do you think he would not have interfered with destiny. I am sure he would have let nature take its course. Oh, well, I am curious anyway.

What about his VishwaRupa Dharshan(Divine Vision revealed.. I do not know how to explain this in English or any other language for that matter)? What would he have posted the day he revealed his Divine form to Arjuna?

How would he address pollution, plastics, warfare, religious intolerance, natural disasters, poverty and possibility of life in other planets, possibility of parallel universes in today’s world? How would he try to spread love for humanity and joy for life using his blogs as a medium?

I would love to peep into his personal diary for a moment to know what his thoughts are. I would love for him to write a letter to me everyday, just any letter, a friendly one or one with advice or even about his day, even one chiding me for something, or a text message like this, “Busy day here; write 2 u 2moro”

Do you think, he would have subscribed to my blog? He would have loved me anyway, I know that. I also know how he kept them all, all 16,000 odd ones happy 🙂


18 Responses to “Lord Krishna’s Blog… ?”

  1. yuvani January 19, 2011 at 5:41 pm #

    “He would have loved me anyway,” ??
    He does love you 🙂

    • The Alchemist January 20, 2011 at 12:36 pm #

      I know… 🙂 Thanks 🙂

  2. PKP January 19, 2011 at 6:19 pm #

    Reading your blogs after a long time…
    I think you can start doing most of those good activities expected by Krishna on his blog!!! so that we can subscribe to it… Especially something like Daily inspiration (If not your’s may be stolen from a person whom your inspire)…
    Well you dont have the worry about keeping happy all the 16000 persons happy as you have to worry about one adult and one kid!!! (is the no. of zeros correct!!!!) 😉
    Good post ! Keep blogging..

  3. Sujeeth Ramakrishnan January 20, 2011 at 11:23 am #

    I also know how he kept them all, all 16,000 odd ones happy????

    How can you be so sure of that? And How did he keep them happy?

    Keeping a couple of women happy in the same house is a nightmare for most men. I wonder how did he keep so many happy ???

    • The Alchemist January 20, 2011 at 12:39 pm #

      By loving them all truly.. by loving the entire universe in the real sense of love…
      By making them all feel that he did indeed love them all really, truly..
      Around his presence, probably, they would have just experienced only a sea of love…
      Thats why I put up a pic of Raas Leela… It signifies only love.
      Aww… I am yet again mushy mushy… Just thinking, you know…!!! Man, indeed has a lot to learn from him.

      • purush January 20, 2011 at 10:58 pm #

        my my..!!!! why do the ladies feel that it is man who must go to school… making one lady feel his love is herculean…and if she knows that he is” making them all feel that he did indeed love them all really, truly” he is asking for trouble….

        • The Alchemist January 22, 2011 at 8:44 am #

          herculean??? come on… what do u mean? you dont even have to make the lady feel your love… if you love, it will show automatically 🙂 KWIM!!
          And I was just wondering most of the man have caught hold of just these few paragraphs about his love and not the so many other facets which I have mentioned about him. Is this telling something about our men 😉

      • Vidya January 25, 2011 at 11:58 am #

        I like your optimism. I would have loved to see him keep his wives happy while allowing a leeway for them to have more husbands! No doubt he would be the most popular blogger around and our folks would have had a tough time advocating monogamy! Sorry if I sound crass!

      • The Alchemist January 25, 2011 at 10:13 pm #

        ROFL… !!! You have a way with your imagination 😉

  4. purush January 20, 2011 at 10:53 pm #

    nice one….

    • The Alchemist January 22, 2011 at 8:42 am #

      Thanks 🙂

  5. RP January 23, 2011 at 8:47 pm #

    Actually i do not agree completely with your reply as “Man, indeed has a lot to learn from him”.

    Assume, in this modern world, if Lord Krishna exists and loves 16000 gopikas, would you believe that all 16000 gopikas would be happy about that? I would say that every gopika would be selfish enough that Lord Krishna should love her alone and not the other 15,999 gopikas.

    Though “Man, indeed has a lot to learn from him”, “Woman, indeed has to learn a lot from the gopikas”…

    In fact man do love his dear.lady always. Its the dear.lady who at few instances take that in a wrong way. Try to recollect the famous email forward “His & Her dairy”. Its a classic example. 😀

    • The Alchemist January 25, 2011 at 10:33 am #

      Oh, forget the E Mail forwards.. They are not generalized facts anyway. I am not relating polygamy with the 21st century. Its not legal anyway in our country. I was referring to the feeling and essence of him.
      Today, for every single act of his, ppl would ask for ‘scientific proof’. You know, they forget that noetic science is a branch of science and gaining a lot of popularity. So, perhaps, if tomorrow proof for certain aspects of life and death are presented to man perhaps, like another branch of science of study, say like “soulsense” (I coined the word ;)), then he would believe it 😦 (sorry state of affairs…)

      Well, my point through this blog is, what a wonderful person he was for his times and if at all he was alive today, how would he relate to the ‘advances’ and ‘regressions’ of this world. What would be his approach to eliminate unnecessary things and people and perhaps if we can think of ways to try and be almost prefect beings wouldnt it be great and wouldnt the world be a happy and peaceful place yet again 🙂

  6. Narasimhan viswanathan January 24, 2011 at 8:31 pm #

    Actually I liked the way you noticed how most of the men had focussed only on the last few lines ,about his love for so many.(16000 odd :P).I’d noticed it and found it odd too .

    I din’t actually realise that these questions you’ve mentioned out here are really things to be pondered about.Man loves to life his life in “what if’s”,especially if the situations enviisaged are for the better.So i appreciate your curiosity…. 🙂

    And since so many people have discussed about Lord Krishna’s 16000 wives and how it would be in the modern age,I’d like to give my opinion too.Happiness and completeness cannot be achieved with 16000 wives.A wife for one man (and vice versa :P) is how a life can be lived with happiness and completeness,for the knowledge that there is always ‘the one’ to hold when you fall is heartening.This feeling doesn’t come with 16000 wives (anyway,Krishna never fell :P).For Lord Krishna’s case,in his defence, (you caught me right :P) he was such a divine and powerful personality that he was a whole by himself,and not needing a better half to complete himself,it was just that he had a lot of people who loved his presence,his company,and to live with him.So,they probably got married to him:P

    • The Alchemist January 25, 2011 at 10:41 am #

      ha ha… speak about odd and man in the same sentence .. :p (j/k)
      Thanks for your appreciation. Yes, I tried to visualize a better place for us to live. Just lot of hopeful ‘ifs’ 🙂

      Oh yes, I completely agree, he did not need a better half… And I completely agree with you about people wanting to be near him. Magnetic personality, perhaps, thats what I gather reading the mythologies 🙂

  7. BUTTERFLIES OF TIME April 29, 2011 at 1:23 pm #

    Hey! loved this post. Enjoyed it so much that I am going to read some of your others too though I prefer poetry. I think I will start from there.

    • The Alchemist April 29, 2011 at 8:23 pm #

      Check up poetry, if you like that 🙂 You are welcome to browse through the Archives page if you like to.
      Keep visiting and I would also suggest you to subscribe.


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