|Thank my various Gods!|
Lord Krishna is claimed to be an avatar of the Hindu Trimurti, and the "supreme personality" of the god-head, an incarnation of Vishnu, thus unambiguously "god-in-the-flesh." Hindus believe that Vishnu is one of the Gods that make up the Hindu Trinity and is believed to be the lord of the universe who takes human form and is the lord of all creation, all things, all time. Through him people will know what is real, meaning comes only from god.
As previously said, Krishna is believed to the creator of everything, even outside this world. For instance, whereas in the book of Genesis the Christian God focuses on creating this world, Krishna is declared to have created not only this world, but also every world in this universe, as well as numerous other universes — hinting about the multiverse.
Hare Krishna is a Hindu mantra, Krishna being a Hindu deity and/or incarnation of Vishnu, another Hindu deity:
- Hare Krishna Hare Krishna
- Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
- Hare Rama Hare Rama
- Rama Rama Hare Hare
Noted comedian and twitcher Bill Oddie sang a parody version the Hare Krishna on the B-Side of his "On Ilkla Moor Baht'at" single, released in 1970 on John Peel's Dandelion imprint. It was considered most droll by all.