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Thinking in this way, Lord Kṛṣṇa immediately picked up Govardhana Hill with one hand, exactly as a child picks up a mushroom from the ground. Thus He exhibited His transcendental pastime of lifting Govardhana Hill. Lord Kṛṣṇa then began to address His devotees, "My dear brothers, My dear father, My dear inhabitants of Vṛndāvana, you can now safely enter under the umbrella of Govardhana Hill, which I have just lifted. Do not be afraid of the hill and think that it will fall from My hand.

Thinking in this way, Lord Kṛṣṇa immediately picked up Govardhana Hill with one hand, exactly as a child picks up a mushroom from the ground. Thus He exhibited His transcendental pastime of lifting Govardhana Hill. Lord Kṛṣṇa then began to address His devotees, "My dear brothers, My dear father, My dear inhabitants of Vṛndāvana, you can now safely enter under the umbrella of Govardhana Hill, which I have just lifted. Do not be afraid of the hill and think that it will fall from My hand.

Divine play of The Supreme Personality of Godhead , Krishna, is the Supreme reality and full of bliss.

Divine play of The Supreme Personality of Godhead , Krishna, is the Supreme reality and full of bliss.

Gopis beseeching Lord Krishna not to go to Mathura leaving them.:

Gopis beseeching Lord Krishna not to go to Mathura leaving them.:

Krishna Adorns Radha with a Tilak. Ink and opaque watercolor on paper, India, Punjab Hills, Himachal Pradesh, Mandi, ca. 1820, ... Krishna places the tilak or bindi on Radha's forehead; The gesture is reminiscent of a brahman acknowledging an offering to the god — Radha’s relationship with Krishna stands for a devotee’s direct contact with god. The sinuous vine wrapping around the tree implies their union, ...

Krishna Adorns Radha with a Tilak. Ink and opaque watercolor on paper, India, Punjab Hills, Himachal Pradesh, Mandi, ca. 1820, ... Krishna places the tilak or bindi on Radha's forehead; The gesture is reminiscent of a brahman acknowledging an offering to the god — Radha’s relationship with Krishna stands for a devotee’s direct contact with god. The sinuous vine wrapping around the tree implies their union, ...

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