Like a father, Shrikrushna teaches virtuous conducts in daily life from the shloka (Verse) ‘Karagre vasate Lakshmi …’ : God gives us darshan in our cupped hands every morning and provides us with enough energy and enthusiasm to perform the mission of Dharma.
Shrikrushna teaching how to perform the puja (Ritualistic worship) on Shri Ganesh Chaturthi with utmost bhav : Shrikrushna has become a priest and I am worshipping as per His guidance. Shri Ganesh is present actually and is consuming the Naivedya offered to Him.
Shrikrushna shows how the Shakti of a Deity is active every day depending on the Deity Principle : Energy flow turns yellow from white, reddish from yellow, red from reddish. In the end, it becomes dark red and takes on the sagun form of marak-shakti.
Shrikrushna highlighted the difference between Bhogabhumi (Land where one completes all the sufferings as per the destiny) and Yogabhumi (Land where one performs spiritual practice) by showing the prosperous region of Heaven.
Difference between ‘Navaratri’ celebrations in Bharat and Halloween celebrated in western countries :Shrikrushna explained to girl-devotee the difference between the Raja-Tama-predominant demoniacal actions and Sattva-predominant Divine actions of the two festivals.