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Saktha banjan lila & Trinavart moksh

Saktha banjan Lila   Trinavart moksh

A brief spell of peace in Vraj, followed Pootna's death in Gokul. Gops and gopis of Vraj were busy talking about Krishna who had become the talk of entire Vraj indeed.

One day Yashoda put Krishna to sleep in Palna and placed it under the handcart that was used for carrying pots full of butter and curd. A number of pots full of these things were lying on the cart. After some time, Krishna woke up. Feeling awfully hungry, he began to exert his arms and legs weeping bitterly to attract his Yashoda's attention. "He pushed the cart with his feet so hard that it overturned and all the pots broke to pieces spilling the milk, butter and curd.

This is the Saktha banjan lila, Krishna did to tell us that dont get busy with your daily materialist work forgetting me.

As for Kans, he was now fully convinced that the baby, who had killed Pootna, was his would-be murderer. So, he took another step to have Krishna killed. Kans called demon named Trinavart and said to him, "Trinavart! Go and kill Krishna whatever way you can. Trinavart said I obey you, sir." Saying so, the demon made for Gokul. Reaching Nand Baba's house, he saw that his wife Yashoda was sitting with Krishna in her lap.

Seeing Trinavart Krishna exercised his miraculous power and made himself heavy, she felt her son to be too heavy to lift. So, she laid him on the ground and she went inside to do some household job. Trinavart availed himself of this opportunity and carried Krishna away.

Trinavart, by his mayavhi power, caused a heavy dust storm to blow over the entire village of Gokul. As a result, hole prevailed all around. He had seated Krishna on his shoulders and Krishna had gripped his neck hard with his small hands. Trinavart flew about hither and thither giving harsh jerks to his body so that Krishna might fell down and be killed. But Krishna was not going to let his grip be loose at all. At last the demon got tired and remained unsuccessful in his evil design.

Now Krishna began to become heavier and heavier and the demon felt hard-pressed. He tried his best to throw away Krishna from his shoulders but could not. Krishna
also began to strangulate him and the demon felt as if he were going to die. At lost fighting inch by inch for breathing smoothly, Trinavart fell down dead on the ground. As soon as he died, the dust storm caused by him also subsided. When Yashoda, accompanied by other Gopis reached the spot where the demon was lying dead, she was extremely amazed to see her son lying beside the huge demon smiling and sucking his thumb. Yashoda stepped forward, lifted her son up and hugged her in affection.


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