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Krishna, Krishna: The Man and His Philosophy Chapter 6: Nudity and Clothing Should go Together, Question 4Question 4 Here is a dialogue between a dancing girl and a monk. A dancing girl said to a monk, "You have become a monk by heavily repressing your desire for dancing." The monk said to the dancing girl, "You have become a dancing girl by heavily suppressing your desire to be a monk."
Krishna Sources Out of many thousands of men hardly one endeavours for the perfection of self-realization, and of those so endeavouring hardly one has achieved the perfection of self-realization and of those hardly one knows me in truth. - Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita 7:3 Krishna says he is the beginning and end of all beings, in the Bhagavad Gita [10:20,39] What is held to be his old capital Dwarka (Dvaraka) was found under water in the early 1980s. The capital has plenty in common with the Troy of the Iliad by Homer; it was supposed to belong to tales of old only before someone found it.
By Dr.P.V.Vartak The Mahabharat has excercised a continuous and pervasive influence on the Indian mind for milleniums. The Mahabharat, orginally written by Sage Ved Vyas in Sanskrut, has been translated and adapted into numerous languages and has been set to a variety of interpretations. Dating back to "remote antiquity", it is still a living force in the life of the Indian masses.