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Human form of God is recognized after His death only


The Gita clearly says that God comes in the form of a human being (Manushiim…). But the serious objection to the human incarnation is that if there were only one human incarnation like Krishna, only one human generation would be blessed [to be in contact with Him] and therefore God must be partial. To avoid this blame, Krishna said that He would come again and again (Yadayadahi…). But the same human body of Krishna is not seen again and again. This means that God is beyond the human body and hence God is beyond this entire creation.


God takes a fresh human body every time, just like the soul. The human body is only a shirt, which can be changed often (Vasamsi...Gita). Unfortunately, human beings, due to the repulsion between common items, neglect God in the human body. Human beings do not recognize God existing in a particular human body and treat that particular human body as only an ordinary human being (Parambhavamajananto…Gita).


As long as the human incarnation is alive, no human being recognizes Him; but people recognize Him after His exit.

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