• 24 May, 2024

Katha

Krishna's Flute

Krishna's Flute

In most mythological representations of Krishna, we always see him with a flute, either holding it in his hand or playing it. This flute is one of the most evocative metaphors of love and surrender to the Divine. How did the flute come to Krishna? This story, as retold, is one of the several versions of the legend of the flute.

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