The Play of God: Visions of the Life of Krishna

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Blue Dove Press, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 392 pages
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THE PLAY OF GOD communicates the life of Krishna Vishnu, considered by Indians to be an Avatar, in a supple retelling true to the ancient sagas. It presents God, not just as a stern judge or father, but as the Divine Beloved child, friend, playmate and teacher.

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The play of God: visions of the life of Krishna

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Krishna is considered an incarnation of the god Vishnu by many Hindus. The main stories about Krishna's life can be found in the first half of the Srimad Bhagavad Purana and the lengthy Indian epic ... Read full review

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Excellent storytelling, but somewhat poor copy-editing. Definitely worth reading! Read full review

Contents

book one THE PLAY OF THE CHILD 1 The Advent
3
The Birth of the Unborn
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The Divine Infant
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