Om Kleem Krishnaya Namaha – Lord Krishna Moola mantra translation:
”Salutations to Lord Sri Krishnaya.”
This is a powerful chant for love and attraction, and it belongs to Lord Krishna.
Shri Krishna is one of the most popular and revered of all Hindu deities. The name ”Krishna” originates from the Sanskrit word ”Krsna,” which is primarily an adjective translating as “dark,” “black” or “dark blue.”
The main Hindu scriptures discussing Lord Krishna’s story are Bhagavata Purana, Mahabharata, Srimad Bhagavatam, Harivamsa, and the Vishnu Purana.
Krishna was born in northern India in approximately 3,228 BCE, and belonged to the Vrishni clan of Yadavas from Mathura. He was the 8th son born to the princess Devaki, and her husband Vasudeva. The Puranas consider that Krishna’s life marks the end of Dvapara age and the beginning of Kali Yuga (current age). In the early stage of his life, He is usually portrayed playing the flute for His beloved female devotees (gopis), Radha being the greatest one.
Out of many deities, He is especially important, and traditions of Vaishnava lines are commonly centered either on Lord Vishnu or on Lord Krishna as supreme. The term Krishnaism has been used to express the sects of Lord Krishna, reserving the term “Vaishnavism” for sects focusing on Lord Vishnu in which Lord Krishna is an avatar, rather than as a transcendent Supreme Being.
He is also known as Mukunda, Govinda, Madhusudhana, and Vasudeva. As a name of Lord Vishnu, He is listed as the 57th name in the Vishnu Sahasranama. Devotees consider Shri Krishna their leader, protector, hero, philosopher, teacher, and friend all rolled into one. He has greatly influenced the Indian thought, culture and life in myriad ways.
He is commonly illustrated wearing a silk golden yellow dhoti, and a peacock feather crown. Other illustrations show Him stealing butter from neighboring houses in the form of Gopkrishna, lifting the hill in the form of Giridhara Krishna, or defeating the vicious serpent in the form of Gokulakrishna or Navneet Chora. He is also worshiped as a small child (Bala Krishna), crawling on his knees and hands, or dancing, usually with butter or Laddu in his hand being Laddu Gopal.
He left His physical form at 125 years at the hands of a hunter. But Krishna died as He was born and as He lived, with a beatific smile on His face. In fact, it is said that His final act was to bless the hunter who had accidentally shot him. Such was His love.