Speaking of Murlis, who is always with Lord Krishna: he teaches us all kinds of lessons. The biggest lesson we learn from playing the flute is how to speak softly. There are no knots on the flute that teach you that it does not bind you. I do not feel any changes in others. The peculiarity of the flute is that it cannot be played without playing. These means don't speak until you know. Whenever Murley plays, it's a melody. In other words, be nice when you talk to someone.
Peacock feather in the crown
You will always see peacock feathers on Sri Krishna's crown. Sri Krishna was very fond of a cow and a peacock. This is why he always puts a peacock feather on his crown. Although astrologers believe that Kaal Sarp Dosh is in his horoscope to avoid the negative effects of the peacock feather he always wears. On the other hand, if we look at spiritual reasons, peacocks are considered celibate creatures. Lord Krishna also wears peacock feathers as a symbol of the great spirit of celibacy in love.
Misri is a simple example of how to live a worldly and spiritual life. Misri teaches us to mix sweet things into people's lives and get along with others. An important property of Mysri is that its sweetness, when mixed with butter, dissolves in every bit of butter. Oils containing mishri convey a perceptual message of love in life and behaviour.