Episode # 295 – Bhagawan Krishna & Balarama kill Mushtika & Chaanura!!!

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In the previous episode, we had witnessed Little Krishna making His way into Kamsa’s palace for the first time in ten years. It should be remembered that Vasudeva had escorted Baby Krishna carefully into Gokula, the night when He incarnated. After that, Little Krishna is visiting His birthplace and Kamsa’s palace for the first time. As Little Krishna was about to enter, Kamsa had tied a mad elephant at the entrance in such a way that Little Krishna would be neutralized by it. Although the elephant was mad, it sank into tears of joy and devotion as it saw Little Krishna approaching. Afterall, this same Bhagawan Vishnu had protected elephant Gajendra once upon a time and the elephant was in full gratitude to that great help! Clever as he was, the elephant knew that Little Krishna was none other Bhagawan Vishnu walking towards him! Hence, he bowed down in front of Little Krishna and allowed Him to pass through the main gate. The route was clear now!

As Little Krishna entered the palace along with His brother Balarama, Kamsa was surprised and shell-shocked! How did these children escape the wrath of a mad elephant so easily without being harmed even an inch? Kamsa couldn’t digest it even a bit! However, he had other plans in place as well – He had 5-6 kickboxers headed by “Mushtika” and Chaanura” ready to take on Little Krishna and Balarama. Even if by some means, the children are able to win over these kickboxers, Kamsa himself was ready to take them head on!

As Little Krishna approaches closer to Kamsa, the kickboxer-team came to the forefront! Led by Mushtika and Chaanura, the entire team came forward to attack the two children. Both of them gave a warning thus, “Oh kids! If you’ve to advance any further than this point, you should first win over us and only then take another step forward! Don’t think that we’re ordinary people. We’re professional kickboxers! If you really feel that you have the strength to fight us, please go ahead!” As both of them said thus together in one voice, Little Krishna and Balarama approach them further with a savage resolution. A huge fight begins! Both Little Krishna and Balarama were exchanging heavy blows with Mushtika and Chaanura and the intensity of the fight thus increases!

As the fight progresses, there were many people around, who were witnessing this epic affair! All of them were cheering aloud as the intensity goes up every single minute. Sage Naarada too assembles there to witness this golden moment! The fight goes to such a state that Mushtika and Chaanura were totally immersed into it. Little Krishna was very smart here – As Mushtika takes a huge leap backwards to come and stab, Little Krishna moved away from that spot a little bit and with that same intensity, he went and rammed into Chaanura, who was standing in the vicinity! 😊 Thus, unable to bear the extreme stab, Chaanura fell on the ground dead! As this happens, Balarama now takes over the charge and attacks Mushtka with all his valor! At one stage, Balarama proves to be no match for Mushtika’s heroics and thus, he captures Mushtika with his ultra-strong elbows and arms! Balarama thus gives heavy blows to Mushtika and with that, he fell on the ground dead!

The death of the ultra-strong Mushtika and Chaanura in front of his eyes, sends waves of shock into Kamsa’s spine! He was sweating all over his body! However, his ego doesn’t let him give up! He stands up from his throne and decides to take Little Krishna head on! There’s no use of depending on anybody henceforth! As Kamsa approaches towards Little Krishna, the entire world is eager to witness the interesting happening! Sage Naarada is totally absorbed in the event and so are we, isn’t it? So for today, let us wait for Kamsa to approach Bhagawan Krishna with all our eagerness till the next episode, and let us witness the all-important event that’s going to conspire! Stay tuned! 😊

Published by Dr. Jeayaram

Holds a PhD in Management Psychology from Universite Paris Saclay, Paris, France. Also an Asst. Professor of Human Resources management at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in Kerala, India. A professional South Indian classical musician (singer) performing concerts. Through this blog, I'm trying to bring out the richness of Indian culture & values and I request your support and feedbacks in making this humble effort a success!!

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