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Once there was a fight between bhagwan krishna and bhagwan shiv why?

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Asked by Ramesh Agarwal, 30 Jul '12 08:55 pm
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It was the fight between King Banasura and the members of the Yadu dynsty because the King Banasura had arrested Aniruddha the son of Pradyumma and grandson of Lord Krishna with the help of Naagpash even though Aniruddha had defeated his soldiers. Hearing this news, members of yadu dynsty started preparing to attack the city of King Banasura.

Lord Krishna his son Samba and Balram were on the side of the members of Yadu dynsty. Lord Shiva was so kind to King Banasura that he fought from his side. Seated on his favorite bull, Nandishvara alongwith his two sons Lord Karttikeya and Lord Ganesh, Lord Shiva led the fight against Lord Krishna and Balram. At this stage, Lord Shiva was engaged in fighting directly with Lord Krishna.
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Answered by vivek, 30 Jul '12 08:58 pm

 
  
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Banasura was a devotee of Shiva and he had obtained powers from him which had made him virtually invincible. Also Shiva promised to protect Bana. Bolstered by this, he became an Adharmi and once kidnapped and imprisoned Aniruddha, the grandson of Krishna, who wished to marry Bana's daughter Usha. Enraged at this, Krishna attacked Banasura, defeated his army and chopped off his 998 hands out of 1000. But just as Krishna was about to kill him with the Sudarshan Chakra, Shiva appeared before it and ordered the Sudarshan Chakra to go back to Krishna. Shiva requested Krishna to forgive Banasura but Krishna politely refused and requested Shiva to step aside so that He can kill Banasura and punish him for his crimes.
Shiva, bound by his words, said that he cannot do so. So both Shiva and Krishna had only one choice - fight each other.
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 31 Jul '12 03:42 pm

 
  
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It was the fight between King Banasura and the members of the Yadu dynsty because the King Banasura had arrested Aniruddha the son of Pradyumma and grandson of Lord Krishna with the help of Naagpash even though Aniruddha had defeated his soldiers. Hearing this news, members of yadu dynsty started preparing to attack the city of King Banasura.

Lord Krishna his son Samba and Balram were on the side of the members of Yadu dynsty. Lord Shiva was so kind to King Banasura that he fought from his side. Seated on his favorite bull, Nandishvara alongwith his two sons Lord Karttikeya and Lord Ganesh, Lord Shiva led the fight against Lord Krishna and Balram. At this stage, Lord Shiva was engaged in fighting directly with Lord Krishna.
Answered by gurpreet, 31 Jul '12 09:48 pm

 
  
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For the maintenance of the universe, Lord Krishna descends in the form of Lord Vishnu, who is His personal plenary expansion (meaning "Full; entire; complete; absolute" expansion) and the director of the mode of goodness. Thus, Lord Vishnu is above the influence of the material energy. However, being in the category of svamsha (another form of God with unlimited potencies), Lord Vishnus opulences are almost equal to Lord Krishnas. Yet Shree Krishna is the original person and Lord Vishnu is His personal expansion. This can be compared to one candle lighting the flame of another. The second burns separately in a different position, but its illumination is equal to the original candle. In the same way, Lord Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, expands Himself into the different forms of Lord Vishnu, who are equally bright and powerful.
Answered by jameel ahmed, 30 Jul '12 09:04 pm

 
  
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