Lord Krishna’s name basically means dark-complexioned. Another popular meaning of the name is 'all attractive', which is generally depicted as either black or blue.
There are about 108 names of Lord Krishna. Some of the most famous names are Gopal, Govind, Shyam, Hari, Ghanshyam, Hari, Baanke Bihari and Girdhari etc.
The peacock feather worn by Lord Krishna on his head is the symbol of purity. It represents his pure love for Radha and the eternal bond of Radha Krishna.
Though the tales of Radha Krishna is considered one of the greatest love in the world. None of the ancient scriptures, including the Mahabharata and the Shrimad Bhagavatam mention Radha at all.
Lord Krishna is the eighth avatar of Vishnu and is one of the most widely revered deities in Hinduism. Krishna is depicted in a variety of forms because there are so many stories surrounding him.
out of which eight were his principal wives namely Rukmani, Satyabhama, Jambavati, Nagnajiti, Bhadra, Kalindi, Lakshmana, and Mitravinda. Rukmani was the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi.
Lord Krishna is considered to be the reincarnation of God. Lord Krishna is also the part of Jain religion. He is referred as Vasudeva.
The Kurukshetra war left all 100 of Gandhari's children dead. When Krishna approached her to pay his condolences, the grieving mother cursed him along with the Yadu dynasty that both of them would fall in 36 years.
Lord Krishna had relations with the Pandavas. Kunti, mother of the Pandavas, and Vasudeva, father of lord Krishna were siblings.