The beautiful photos of lord krishna, taken by his great daughter, kiran, were recently posted by u.s. senate. They are also available online.
The photos show lord krishna in an old-school looking avatar, with an old-school look to his face. The images are from the movie “dumne ki duniya,” which means “dear lord, please save me” in Hindi.
The pictures, which appear to be just the way lord krishna would have wanted them, are available to view online. There are various ways to view them, but in general, you can either download them as.jpg files or as.png files.
The images used in the movie are available, but the file sizes are over 9 gigabytes each.
The files themselves are over 10 gigabytes in size.
The images themselves are free to view, but you can view them only if you have access to a PC. But since there are so many images, you may want to use Google to find the ones that are most relevant to you. Of course, if you use the images, you’ll probably also want to share them with your friends.
The problem is that we’ve only seen the files for a few seconds so it’s hard to say exactly what the images are. But they look like they might be from a movie. It’s strange that these images aren’t in the media library, but that’s probably because the movie is so old and full of red-herrings.
But no matter, Im sure you can make your own images from your desktop. I did it on my desktop and it worked just fine.
Of course theres no way of knowing if its the right version of the images, but it can be a fun experiment to try out. It would be great if there was a way of creating a video file from an image file that would allow us to watch it on our desktop.
To access this feature, simply right-click on any media file and select “Save Link As”. Then enter the path to your image, choose the video format you want, and click “Save Link as”. You can then open the file in Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox and the video will load fully. This also works with HTML5 and Flash.