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High quality embroidered Sri Vasudeva carrying Sri Krishna gomukhi japamala bags

Original price Rs.290.00 - Original price Rs.290.00
Original price
Rs.290.00
Rs.290.00 - Rs.290.00
Current price Rs.290.00

These are very high quality embroidered gomukhi Sri Vasudeva carrying Sri Krishna in Yamuna river bags.

A 'gomukhi' also known as gaumukhi bag is a special cover made in the shape of a cow's mouth. It is mentioned in our ancient texts that while chanting mantras on a rosary it should always be kept inside the gomukhi bag. This gomukhi bag is made of very high quality cotton cloth and has the image of Sri Vasudev carrying Bhagwan Sri Krishna in Yamuna river to save him from Kansa embroidered on it manually on one side and on another side of japa mala bag Hare Krishna Hare Rama mantra is embroidered.

Size of bag - 27 cms x 13.5 cms

No choice of color , the color available at the time of dispatch will be sent, the design will be exact as shown in image /video

Story of Sri Vasudeva carrying Sri Krishna through Yamuna river :- The ruler of Mathura, Kansa was an evil king. He had a sister named Devaki, who was married to Vasudeva. The day Devaki and Vasudeva got married, a voice from the sky forecasted that Devaki's eighth son will bring an end to Kansa’s rule and will kill him.  Frightened Kansa held the couple. He then vowed that he will kill every child of Devaki and Vasudeva. Seeing their first seven children being killed by the cruel Kansa, the imprisoned couple feared giving birth to their eighth child. 

Kamsa experienced severe anxiety when the seventh kid was due. They had been under house arrest for all these days, but now he handcuffed Vasudeva and locked Devaki up in a real jail. The baby was delivered on the eighth day of the month's darkest half, while it was raining heavily and thundering. A miracle took place when a kid was born. The prison's doors opened on their own, the guards all slept off, and the shackles broke. Vasudeva recognized this as divine intervention right away. He took the youngster in his arms and headed for the Yamuna River, perhaps on an instinctive hunch. He was surprised to discover that the ford that bridged the river was protruding even though the entire area was flooded. He crossed the street and entered Nanda and Yashoda's home. A daughter kid had just been born to Yashodha. She was unconscious after hard childbirth. Vasudeva took the female child and replaced the girl child with Krishna before returning to jail.

As soon as Vasudev set the baby girl down next to Devaki, the prison doors shut automatically. The guards were now awake and were startled by the cries of the baby girl. The guards ran to Kansa and announced the birth of the eighth child. Kansa arrived and noticed that it was a female. He intended to throw the young baby to the ground, so he grabbed her by the legs. When he was ready to execute this, the youngster escaped from his grasp, flew out the window, and called out, “O evil king! You will gain nothing by killing me. The one who will destroy you is elsewhere.”

Krishna was then assigned to the Gokula neighborhood. Despite being a chief's son, he lived in a typical cow-herding hamlet as a child. 

The scene is shown on this gomukhi bag where Sri Vasudeva is carrying baby Krishna through Yamuna river to save him from Kansa.

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