Gopala Krishna

Gopala Krishna[1] est une chanson écrite par George Harrison dans les années 1970. Elle est dédiée à Krishna, le dieu hindou. Dans cette chanson, George Harrison répète le nom de Krishna et d'autres divinités hindoues, pour symboliser le fait qu'il faut pour chaque croyant en la spiritualité hindouiste répéter un certain nombre de fois le nom des divinités tout au long de la journée. Ainsi, on entend "Shiva", "Rama Yada[réf. nécessaire]" et bien d'autres tout au long de la chanson.

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