Hinduism has both the oldest and the longest writings.
Today we are going to study one of the most important representations of Divinity in the Hindu tradition: Krishna.
Thus the Hindu tradition embraces and respects all Gods as expressions of the One.
One of the most beautiful characteristics of the Hindu tradition is its recognition that God is ultimately nameless and formless, but as an expression of love, the Divine takes different forms and appearances in order to aid humanity.
Counted among its treasures are many of the oldest writings of humanity - which are of course scriptures – and, the longest writings of humanity.
Many Westerners think the Bible is one of the longest writings in humanity, and one of the oldest, but it is neither.
For Westerners, Krishna may appear exotic and hard to understand, but in Asia, Krishna is a very ubiquitous presence, even amongst Buddhists, Daoists and other types of traditions.
This is a transcription of the audio lecture Teachings of the Hindu Gods 01 Krishna, the God of Love, Sex, and Yoga AUDIO originally given live on Gnostic Radio, which you can download for free.
There is also an accompanying PDF: Teachings of the Hindu Gods 01 Krishna, the God of Love, Sex, and Yoga PDF Hinduism is a vastly sophisticated and complex religious tradition, with hundreds or even thousands of variations, different branches and schools, and many many ancient scriptures that describe many different aspects of religions.