Interview with Krishna

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  1. P.Leelavathy says:

    I read it for the 4th time from yesterday and today..everytime I read I feel so spellbound uday , it is not a flatter in the words of your Krishna.I love the wonderful conversations which are in my mind now..I feel I missed such a conversation with you when you were with me..Long live you my son

  2. VH says:


    Please confirm on 2nd chapter

  3. satish narayan says:

    excellent blog.

  4. Sweety Shinde says:

    I feel so blessed to have discovered your blog. Loved the simplicity, thought, philosophy and humor.


    sir,it moved my heart.all politicians should read your articles and follow .

  6. Prashant Malik says:

    How do i thank you sir!! You made my day! What a positive feeling reading this. Only a pure hearted person can think in this way. I wish i was on the other side and asking KRISHNA some questions{Ooop selfish thoughts} of my own 🙂 . Can’t wait for the next chapter. When are you planning to full fill our desire to see your the next chapter? when can we aspect it?

  7. Rishabh says:

    Hey really good one no one had such a modern concept of LORD KRISHNA.Really appreciate it man.When is the next chapter coming up make it fast i really want to read the next part of the interview.

  8. Manisha says:

    I still have questions about why men back then needed so many wives. The reasons given did not seem sufficient to validate having multiple wives.

    • Mahesh says:

      Having more than 1 wife is also there now, what about x-CM of Tamil Nadu, Karunanidhi. Officially he has 4 wifes.(Un officially dont know ).Also some muslim’s in Malabar area have more than 1 wife.
      I understand that if you are capable of taking care of multiple wifes you can marry. Also from official wife you need to get green signal they should be OK to accommodate others.

  9. Jagadish Indi says:

    I posted it in our family group and suggested to read your articles.

  10. Jagadish Indi says:

    Posted as it is. I mean with all your contacts and all.

  11. Jagadish Indi says:

    Anna I have posted this article in whats app

  12. Vanaja Suryakumar says:

    Very nicely written in context with todays times and a must read for all ages.The principles seem to come through insuch a simple manner.
    Please keep me informed, so that I can be aware of further articles or chapters.
    Thanks and keep writing.

  13. madhavi says:

    Again m very happy to stay touch with krishana’ s lovers:) I got my answer which had been asked by me to God..
    Thank u so much Uday sir..urs previous article meditation words will help me so much…:)

  14. Vishwas says:

    Indeed a great article. Loved the Introduction. Justifies how the society must think and move. Also just wanted to add that Krishna’s avatar no doubt wiped the tears of Women. The respect given to women is clearly mentioned in Bhagavatha. Also Krishna keeps always smiling. This is clearly indicated in Mahabharatha where you will rarely see him with a frown face. But incidently, what message is in the Gita is not understood by the people now as they search for a scientific reasoning for everything. But we know that science is always based on hypothesis (quoted by the famous scientist Dr. Jayant Vishnu Narlikar) and not truth.

  15. Govindarajan says:

    Uday’ji… I am so glad I came across your page…. You have so beautifully expressed what I feel and how God exists, interacts with each one of us. God is fun. God is love. God is within us and in everything we see. The messages we see in mediation are more than just our imagination at play… will be with following your writings. Awesome.

  16. Priya says:

    This is a great article Uday Ji. Amazing, funny, with humor yet breaking many concepts in our minds. Please ask Krishna how to find one’s true Karma in this lifetime……

  17. Tirupatikiran says:

    Nice Article !

  18. Sheela says:

    Simply Wow Sir!

  19. Anshul says:

    There are no adjectives that would describe this..:)
    Sir I really need know if you have written the next part ?

  20. anjana baliga says:

    nice subtle writing i did not feel that it was ur article i felt too having a direct conversation with SRI KRISHNA .. how did u write this article is it ur manifestation . adream of ur mind. or it is the bhagvad vani coming through straight from ur pen . we are really proud. that sri krishna has beautiful creations like udaypai to guide peoplr like us… thanks to facebook!!!!! i have found my soul mate i.e murlidhar gopal whose flute enchants my brain. hope??? i too—- become a writer like u.

  21. Dear Anna,

    I loved the bribery part that was fantastic, yeah its actually truth why god will wait for the part we offer him after we get the money. He can have anything he likes.

    But Anna I have a question and feeling which I feel logical.
    As you know we call god as Parmatma (Supreme Soul) as well, and for souls there is logic that, souls dont have stomach the feel whatever is in their front, if they want anything they just feel it and they get satisfied, I believe when we offer prasad same applies to God (Parmatma), he feels good when we offer something to him, but only something in my view not too much. can you please guide me.


    Himanshu Verma

  22. Murali Kaimadathil says:

    Dear Mr. Uday Pai,Sir,

    I didn’t have the time to fully grasp the essence of your article., I would need time to read the article again and during the weekend holiday to understand in toto.

    Very many thanks for such a superb and narrative article.


  23. E. A. Mukunda Pai says:

    Dear paimam,

    nicely and easily conveyed the messages in an interview manner. Actually all the old puranas, Srimad bhaghavatham, Ramayana, upanishad, Bhagawat Geetha is also translated just to give good messages to us in a story manner, or advice to shishya etc.,

    “Energy cannot be created nor distroyed, can be converted from one form to other” is a universal truth. Total energy is constant and it is gods energy. Each and every particle is having energy and it is gods energy, in turn God” part.

    This is my understanding and view. Thank u very much to create a platform like this to express the views.

    With Warm regards

  24. deepti says:

    what an extraodinary article!!! realy amazing. well explained by Krishna :). i learned a new things by this article. Thanq

  25. I bilve in ‘God’ i m proud im part of him:)

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  27. Subash says:

    Dear Uday,

    What a way to knock someone’s head. Wow!! I love your blog. Keep it up. Awaiting you next chapter.

    From what I read above, I say we all are blessed and we stay blessed.


  28. Beena says:

    what a Blog! purely Divine. U r blessed Udhay!

  29. kv ram says:

    Really superb ,expecting and waiting for another article -dr.kvram

  30. Nayanthara says:

    The best way to capture his attention is the way you present something to that person.The article had really some sense where the matter reaches the reader in the exact sense what the writer actualy meant.The communication gap was minimum and i could really enjoy reading the article, also think about it from the moment i read each word.

    Real play of krishna made me think and hope this thinking can divert my life into a new dimension.And now i understood lord krishna was taken avatar of my friend arun to make me read the article and made me understand where am i now.

    And thank you Uday for this article…..
    See my face i am happy and now you can also be since you made a person happy on 15-12-2012.

  31. Irina Vasilieva says:

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  33. Edna N Ramirez says:

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  34. neebha says:

    Very well written article…profound truths said in a subtle and simple manner..really enjoyed it..

  35. Sahana Madhyastha
    Sep 08, 2012 at 09:15 am

    Uday, very well explained.
    Difficult philosophy made very simple…
    And you continued to break concepts.
    As a teacher, I know how difficult it is to make complex concepts simple to undrstand. I sincerely appreciate the way you write and teach.
    Please continue your good work !!!

    Krishan Sharma
    Sep 08, 2012 at 10:31 am

    Krishna always smiles because he got his mind thoughtless completely. Absolute thoughtless mind is directly attached to Almighty that is The Parmatma. The Parmatma is in every particle of the universe. So Lord Krishna was able to create or modify surroundings, atmosphere you can say, suitable for holy souls. Now holy souls are those who have only one aim..feel “The Parmatma”. Lord Krishna shows path to those holy souls, he removes hurdles from this path anyhow..n he knows he can. He was doing these tasks constantly. To get the answer of this question why he is always smiling, you have to experience on your own. Try to be thoughtless, Leaving all feelings, materials, stress leaving behind..with just one’ll get the answer.

    Tincy Mathew
    Sep 08, 2012 at 11:48 am

    Superb blog! I can see many similarities between Christ and Krishna. Both were down-to-earth. And we can experience both by being humble and ego-less. We can get connected with them directly.
    Unfortunately, priests come in between and manipulated entire teachings of Christ and Krishna. They are trying to break our links with gods and establish themselves as borkers. Priests are brokers to hell. Not to god.
    Thank you Sir, for sharing great wisdom in simple words through all your blogs. We can really escape from wrong concepts that have been forced upon us for the last few centuries.
    May god bless you to give us more!!!

    Dipesh Kumar
    Sep 08, 2012 at 12:09 pm

    Very Nice conversation with Krishna! Lot to learn and lot to implement in our lifes! 1 question to Uday ji, please ask krishna why he is against astrology though?

    Nita Agarwal
    Sep 08, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    Interesting take on our views and religion Udayji. Enjoyed going through it.
    “”It’s a popular misconception that stress is a creation of modern life style. Even during pre-historic period human beings experienced stress in the form of fear…but, as I said, in ancient India, people were seeking truth and real happiness…Now, they think pleasure, enjoyment and comfort provide them happiness”……..very true… period of history was ever simple for those living in that period. Difference has come because of our values and the thought that we are more capable because of scientific discoveries.

    Medha Parashar
    Sep 08, 2012 at 02:27 pm

    1.Hey ,I really believe in THEORY OF RELATIVITY and in this co-ordinate plane ,view of the world w.r.t your co-ordinate point is really NICE ,and wise 🙂 .
    2. About the Bhagwat Gita , I think reading it ones and that too from a translated version frome some other fellow being is not enough , evertime the meaining of a verse gets more beautiful depending on our state of receiving it .
    3. Caste system , its gettenting worse .. reservation even in promotions based on caste .. 🙁 , i am not able to figure it out how will this benifit the nation and make it a developed one .

    Vishnu Prasad
    Sep 08, 2012 at 09:24 am

    Unique article !!! Excellent! You are mastered in The State of the Art of Writing… I have shared your article links with all as I have met a such a free mind in my life and never have read such thought-provoking articles.

    Sunita Gupta
    Sep 08, 2012 at 04:35 pm

    Again a wonderful piece of your writing skills . a very serious topic you have explained in your own style . once i started reading it was difficult to leave it mid way . congratulations for explaining all the intricacies in such a casual manner .
    so hope est of the interview also would be published soon . till then it may be -upbhokta ka mobile busy hai.

    Mahavir Nautiyal
    Sep 08, 2012 at 06:29 pm

    Dear Dr Uday,
    Your blogs are a reader’s delight. You couch flippant dialogues with deep meaning. You have , of course, taken some liberty with Lord Krishna. In fact he is a multi-dimensional personality who played different roles and yet one can not figure out which role stands out. He is one god incarate with whom one can take certain liberty. There is a saying, ” jahi rahi bhavana jaisi, prabhu moorat tin dekhi taisi “( we see the image of god according to our individual perception). Krishna was like that- different to different people. He was playful, serious, a Karmayogi yet not seeming to be actively involved. He was a great warrior but did not choose to participate in the battle of Kurukshetra. He was a godly figure yet He chose to be a charioteer. His concept of dharma is beyond the normally accepted principles of right and wrong. It becomes easier to understand His complex personality if one comprehends His message in the Gita, some of which you have brought out in the blog, rather humourously.
    I have , however, a different view about His dialogue with Arjuna in the battle field, which runs into 18 chapters. I think Maharshi Ved Vyas, who compiled His message, dramatised the whole thing as if the entire dialogue took place in the midst of the battle field. This was probably done to create the required ambience of the impending battle, Arjuna’s reluctance to fight after seeing his gurus and kith and kin around, depiction of the battle scene through a third person( Sanjay ) etc. This is much like the way you have entered into dialogue with Krishna , keeping the present scenerio in mind. It is an abridged re-mix version of Gita !

    Delphine Pillar
    Sep 09, 2012 at 04:41 am

    Speechless, wonderful writing. ……*Smiling*

    Sumita Kataria
    Sep 09, 2012 at 01:41 pm

    Enjoyed each and every line of the write up
    thank you for sharing this beautiful piece with us
    One does not need to search for Krishna out side HE is dwelling within us
    What we need is the true self awareness to find him.
    Ishwar Hamesha Saath Hai

    Swati Arora
    Sep 09, 2012 at 02:58 pm

    Simply Superb.-:)
    Hats off !! the way you write.

    Richa Sharma
    Yesterday at 03:55 pm

    Too good it has cleared so many doubts i feel like reading it again and again.
    Best for me was “But why do you want to live more? A few more days or years in your life – will it make any difference in cosmic? In your body, at least one billion cells take birth and die every day. Do you feel any difference? If one cell is not dying in time and begin reproduction or a cell dies pre-maturely, it can even cause cancer and pain, right? So leave it yaar…let us be happy till we die and more happy after death, as we can move around more freely and have fun…Even Sun has a life-expectancy, just a few more millions of years than your life-expectancy”.
    If one reads it carefully and understands it then greed for long life will go away.

    Lata Jagdeesh
    Yesterday at 04:39 pm

    Such a unique post Sir! I feel cheated that you did not bother to invite your ST friends for your interview with Krishna the most loving GOD ever! And the conversation you had with him is very humorous, including Krishna’s attire. Thk u for sharing wisdom with simplicity yet again.

    Ramesh Shenoy
    Yesterday at 12:49 pm

    Powerful writing. How gracefull ! Thank you so much for sharing. I have not seen much such genuine and unique articles in this site.
    May god bless you with every happiness in life.!

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  36. Vinay says:

    Can’t wait for the next chapter !!!
    Thank you Mr. Uday

  37. Vinay says:

    a nice article…full with very good thoughts..but I still feel our society was male dominated even during that time and females didnt have equal status…all incidents and examples in Mahabharat point out towards that…females are always believed to be a weaker sex and were defined a particular role in family and society…they were hailed as mata, God or even higher than God but never given equal opportunity and status (we still do the same things). Varna system has a basic flaw where power was concentrated in the hands of particular class which allowed them to exploit others…it seems we still want to believe that whatever is written in Gita or Mahabharat is eternal truth and everything in it can be justified (we can surely justify it) same mistake as people do with Bible and Qu’ran…

    • Dear Vinay, Varna system was clearly defined, and power was not provided to one class only, Khsatriya had muscle power but they didnt rule the society they were governed by the king, and kings always revered Pandits who had knowledge power, and money was controlled by Vaishya, while daily jobs were given to Shudras and this was their power, as you can see today, we fear of our house maids more than anyone else, even ladies at home dont mess with maids.

      you see this is Shudras era which is last in the circle, earlier time was Vaishya era where money was controlling society and before that Muscle power was controlling society means Kshatriya era and first era was Brahmin era where knowledge was everything, Every Yug has 4 eras and this is last era.

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