Nanda-Nandana, Partha-Sarathi. Partha-Sarathi means He acted as the charioteer of Arjuna, Partha, the son of Pritha. Arjuna's mother's name was Pritha. So Arjuna's another name—Partha. And because He acted as the charioteer of Partha, His name is Partha-Sarathi. So actually, Krishna, or God, has many dealings with His many devotees, and that particular dealing may be called His name. Therefore... He has innumerable devotees, therefore He has innumerable names. You cannot fix up one name.
But this Kṛishna name means "all-attractive." He attracts everyone. That is the real name, all-attractive. You have seen Kṛishna's picture. He is attractive to the animals, cows, calves, birds, bees, trees, plants, and water, in Vrindavana. He's attractive to the cowherd boys. He's attractive to the gopis, He's attractive to Nanda Maharaja, He's attractive to the Pandavas. He's still attractive to the whole human society. Therefore, if any particular name can be given to God, that is Krishna.
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