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Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, graced the Earth around 5,000 years ago, living for 125 years. His divine presence, though appearing human, was marked by extraordinary actions.

Krishna is undoubtedly the Supreme Personality of Godhead. But how can we be so sure? The answer lies in how He perfectly embodies the attributes of the Divine to the fullest extent. Sage Parasara explains God to be someone who is fully capable of showing 6 qualities to its fullest extent. These qualities are wealth, power, fame, beauty, wisdom, and renunciation. No one can claim they have all these qualities, other than Krishna Himself. Krishna encompasses all these attributes in limitless measure, making Him the ultimate attraction.

Krishna’s life on Earth was characterized by unparalleled activities from His birth to His disappearance. His actions throughout this period remain unmatched in the history of the world, solidifying His status as the Supreme Personality of Godhead. He stands alone, unchallenged, and beyond comparison.

Throughout the ages, great spiritual leaders like Shankaracharya, Ramanuja, Madhvacharya, Visnusvami, and Lord Caitanya unanimously proclaimed Krishna as the Supreme Personality of Godhead.

The Vedic scriptures provide a comprehensive history of Krishna’s appearances and disappearances, spanning millions and billions of years. In the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna enlightened Arjuna about all His previous births, highlighting the stark contrast between His boundless knowledge and Arjuna’s limited understanding of the self, nature, and the relationship between the both. Krishna’s position as Godhead isn’t self-proclaimed or mystically obtained; He is eternally the Supreme Personality of Godhead.

Krishna’s all-attractive nature naturally draws everyone towards Him. When we focus our love and attention on Krishna, we effortlessly experience love and tranquility. This innate love for Krishna is the essence of the Krishna consciousness philosophy, which is the essence of all Vedic Knowledge.