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Following is the collection of top 10 Lord Krishna stories for kids. Apart from being engrossing, we hope they will be good lessons for your children.
Krishna's childhood reinforces the Hindu concept of , playing for fun and enjoyment and not for sport or gain. His interaction with the at the rasa dance or is a great example of this. Krishna played his flute and the gopis came immediately from whatever they were doing, to the banks of the , and joined him in singing and dancing. Even those who could not physically be there joined him through meditation. The story of Krishna's battle with also supports this idea in the sense of him dancing on Kāliyā's many hoods. Even though he is doing battle with the serpent, he is in no real danger and treats it like a game. He is a protector, but he only appears to be a young boy having fun. With his supreme powers, Krishna killed innumerable powerful demons (who had been born as demons because of curses or fate) so he could help them to attain salvation. This idea of having a playful god is very important in Hinduism. The playfulness of Krishna has inspired many celebrations like the Rasa-lila and the Janmashtami, where they make human pyramids to break open handis (clay pots) hung high in the air that spill buttermilk all over the group after being broken by the person at the top. This is meant to be a fun celebration and it gives the participants a sense of unity. Many believe that lila being connected with Krishna gives Hindus a deeper connection to him and thus a deeper connection to Vishnu also; seeing as Krishna is an incarnation of Vishnu. Theologists, like Kristin Johnston Largen, believe that Krishna's childhood can even inspire other religions to look for lila in deities so that they have a chance to experience a part of their faith that they may not have previously seen.