What will you do? “Kanu, if you are lost, then what will you do?”- Tok ran to Kanhai. He is curiously interrogating Kanhai, holding his right hand. To you, this question might seem weird or bizarre. It is similar to asking what if the sun is lost in the sky. How can this naughty Braja…
Bhadra came close and asked- “Kanu! What are you doing?” He had sensed someone in the barn and has come to see who it is.
One day both Krishna and Balaram were standing outside the door. Suddenly, a butterfly flew towards Dau’s curly hair and sat on it.
The supreme principle for the logicians, ParamBrahma, the ocean of pure knowledge, Krishna is so absent-minded that he keeps his Patuka wherever he feels and forgets it and keeping whosever saree on his shoulder marches off. In this way, he carried Shubra’s saree and started off, Bhadra then lovingly said-
The saints do not unreasonably call Krishna as the inconceivable-lord. He is the shelter of all contradictory faiths. Verily, He is the only one. Shesh etc are amusements of his own pastimes. Whatever we see in the world and understand of it, whether it seems material or spiritual, is non-different from Krishna-
People say that Sridama’s younger brother, Subala is the monozygotic twin of Sri Radharani. Usually monzygotic twins are exactly similar in physical features. Seeing Subala from a little distance, he looks like a girl. People say that he looks so identical to his sister that many times even Kirti Maiya is confused between her Lala and Lali.
Krishna has innumerable friends. Even great mystics cannot count their numbers. Of all complexions, tall-dwarf, thin-fat, of all types. All are handsome, with eyes like lotus petals, and of the blissful nature. Some are grave, while others humorous, but none of them are dull-faced. These Sakhas have three divisions.
Dau wears earrings only on the right ear. So, Krishna never rests his head on his right shoulder. But Sakha Bhadra hasn’t been given this facility.
The spiritual entity is always expressed indirectly and through many viewpoints. Because it is difficult to draw a harmony between two viewpoints.