Originally posted by ShivangBuch
Thanks Parina. Yours was also very good answer. Very sweet one. Now let's help Janaki in finding the tomatoes.
Lol. Very diplomatic answer Janaki and Deepika.
How did you vote then? So you wouldn't want husband like Shri Krishna. You people got lost in your own world of dreams of ideal husband for yourself, didn't you? He he he. Good good.
How do these look? Enough or you need more?
Lols, I def never said I do not want someone like Krishna for husband, how did you interpret that?
Dude, Krishna is the God of loveee, and his leelas with Radha and the Gopis demonstrate that very much.
What Deeps and I are trying to say is that as God, Lord Krishna had the right to have many wives, because he was able to show equal love and attention to all of them, and he made each wife feel as if he loved only them, that is the beauty of Shri Krishna's boundless love, but normal humans cannot be like that, can they? Normal humans cannot love more than one person, and normal people definitely will not be able to treat more than one wife equally.
When it comes to God and puranas, I do not have a problem about reading of mytho characters having more than one wife, because those characters were ideal and all served one purpose: to help the Lord fulfill his leelas and restore Dharma to the world. They were not like humans today.
But I think Lord Ram exhibited Eka Patnivrat for humans today, because he knew knew that many people in Kali Yug can hardly stay true to one person, let alone many.
So taking the time and era into consideration, I say I want a husband like Ram because I would fry my husband alive if he takes in another wife. But I think the most ideal husband would be someone with Ram's faithfulness and Krishna's love.
Lols, I voted for Ram just to balance the votes out. In reality I love both too equally to choose.