Episode # 296 – Bhagawan Krishna kills Kamsa and restores “Dharma”!!!


We’ve witnessed in the previous episode that the kickboxers headed by Mushtika and Chaanura proved to be no match for the strength of Little Krishna and Balarama! As Kamsa was looking on, Little Krishna neutralized both of them smartly, along with some help from Balarama at the other end. Both the children beautifully complemented each other in the effort of neutralizing the powerful kickboxers. As this conspired, this definitely sent waves of fear and shock to Kamsa! He couldn’t believe his eyes! Was Kamsa’s enemy so powerful that he has neutralized all the Raakshasas who had been sent? Right from Poothana to Kesi and to the mad elephant and now finally to Mushtika and Chaanura – Bhagawan Krishna, being a child in appearance stunned Kamsa by killing all of them! It’s now left to Kamsa to defend himself.

As Kamsa thinks all of these thus, he also remembers the divine voice that sounded like a dreaded thunder when Devaki and Vasudeva got married! Kamsa was thinking within himself whether that fateful day has finally arrived! With lot of fear and frustration in his mind, Kamsa got up from his throne, but tried hard to conceal it, just to maintain his stature as a king. Whatever might be the problem, a king or an administrator should not give up, isn’t it? Similarly here too, Kamsa trusted his own physical strength and got up from his throne. He now goes near Bhagawan Krishna and Balarama and calls both of them for a fight!

The stage is now set for the epic battle to begin. People have gathered in huge numbers to witness this battle. As Kamsa approaches Little Krishna, initially he was still refusing to believe that this Little Krishna was not an ordinary kid. The “Maya” (Illusion) unleashed by Bhagawan Krishna made Kamsa more and more stupid in nature, that he was totally carried away by His appearance. Thus, the battle begins. It was a high-intensity fight. Kamsa was extremely powerful. Little Krishna too, being an incarnation of Bhagawan Vishnu Himself – We do not need to doubt on His physical strength and power! Thus, it was a matching and a befitting battle! Sage Naarada too is a bit tensed upon witnessing the fight taking place!

The duo exchange lethal blows to each other, but both were unfazed! At one stage, Balarama signals to his brother whether He needs any help. Little Krishna signaled him back that He can handle Kamsa by Himself! At one stage, Little Krishna’s divine power started winning the game! Finally Little Krishna gave Kamsa one lethal blow and with that, Kamsa fell on the ground unconscious! The entire audience erupted in joy! Finally “Dharma” has won and is being restored! A treacherous and a wicked Raakshasa is being neutralized, and is being done by none other than Little Krishna Himself!

As Kamsa falls on the ground, Little Krishna waits for him to regain consciousness. But as Kamsa regains the same, he was too weak to stand up and give a fight again! It is at this time, Bhagawan Krishna shows who He actually is! He’s none other than Bhagawan Vishnu Himself! It is to be remembered that Kamsa was none other than “Jaya” who was one of the security personnel at Vaikunta’s gates along with his companion “Vijaya”! Both were cursed by Sage Sanaka that they would be born in this earth as Raakshasas and that, Bhagawan Vishnu would Himself come in person and release them from their human birth. This Kamsa was none other than Jaya and as Bhagawan Vishnu shows His true color, Kamsa realizes his folly! It is to be remembered that both Jaya and Vijaya were ardent devotees of Bhagawan Vishnu! Thus, Kamsa seeks an unconditional apology to Bhagawan Vishnu for all what he has done for the past ten years, and thus, he gets to return back to Vaikunta!

With this, Bhagawan Krishna and Balarama now rush to the prison complex to meet Devaki and Vasudeva. It has been ten years now, since Bhagawan Krishna has seen them, isn’t it? So let us all eagerly wait till the next episode to experience this divine moment wherein Little Krishna is going to meet His parents for the first time in ten years! 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 Bharatidhasan Institute of Management (BIM) Trichy, 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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