Cow-keeper. A name of Krsna
(friend of cows) Name of Lord Krishna, which means "He, who bestows joy to the land, cows and the senses" (also Gopala: Krishna as cowherd) ( BV-37). He as the blessing of the cows.
Krishna, the proprietor of the cows, the earth, and the senses of His devotees; "one who gives pleasure ( vinda) to the cows ( go) and senses (also go); may also refer to Lord Chaitanya's personal servant.
the Supreme Lord, Kåñëa, who gives pleasure to the land, the senses, and the cows.
A name of Sri Krishna.
literally ' cowman'; one who looks after cows; Govinda is one of the thousand names of Krishna; another Govinda was the teacher of Shankara, founder of the monastic order in India; his commentaries on the Bhagavad Gita and Upanishads are accepted masterpieces.
Krishna, the giver of joy to (1) cows and (2) senses.
It is one of the most common name of the Hindu God, Lord Krishna, the rescuer of the earth.
Govinda (Sanskrit:à¤—à¥‹à¤µà¤¿à¤¨à¥â€à¤¦) is another name for the Hindu deity, Krishna, who is also spelt Krsna. Go can refer to cows, land or one's senses. Vinda means "protector".