Episode # 148 – Goddess Yoga-Maya issues a stern warning to Kamsa!!!

In the previous episode we had witnessed a very important point as to why various Bhagawan’s incarnations have various specific purposes associated with them. In that way, we’ve witnessed Bhagawan Krishna’s incarnation serving certain purposes and Bhagawan Rama’s incarnation serving certain other purposes. Thus, it is wrong for us to make comparisons between Bhagawan Krishna and Bhagawan Rama and come to conclusions that Bhagawan Krishna prompted “Adharma” to happen and didn’t follow “Dharma” as Bhagawan Rama did. All these narratives doesn’t hold waters as the situations, the Yuga in which Bhagawan Krishna incarnated were very different from those of Bhagawan Rama. Moving on further, we’ve continued with Sage Paraashara’s accord on how Vasudeva had successfully “swapped” Baby Krishna and Baby Yoga-Maya between Mathura and Gokula. We’ve seen how Bhagawan Krishna entered into Gokula, wherein He is going to spend the next ten years of His childhood life there, before moving to Mathura and then to Dwaraka later on. 

As Kamsa gets to know about the eighth baby of Devaki and Vasudeva, he comes with the sword, with a savage resolution. Vasudeva, as per the instruction, hands over the baby to Kamsa. Now Kamsa is about to kill this baby, even though it was a girl child. As Kamsa lifts the baby to hit it across the stone, yet another miraculous event happens – The baby girl unexpectedly flies off Kamsa’s hands! This stuns Kamsa to bits! Not only that – The baby girl starts talking from the “Aakaasha” (Sky). Kamsa recollects within himself thus, “Oh! This is the same voice that we heard on that fateful day of my sister, Devaki’s marriage isn’t it?” As Kamsa was thinking thus, the baby girl warns Kamsa in a stern voice – “Oh Kamsa! Oh Mooda! (Fool) The entire world knows how foolish you are, but today you’ve proved your character yet again! Please understand that there’s a force beyond your control that can easily fool you back, for all the atrocities you’re committing! Let me tell you something important – The baby that is going to kill you is not me! That baby is at Gokula, on the other side of River Yamuna! There’s no point in killing me as I’m not that person who’s going to kill you! If you have the guts and the courage, try killing that child at Gokula and see what happens! Catch Him if you can!” 

Saying thus, Goddess Yoga-Maya flew off from that place and reached Vaikunta again. As instructed by Bhagawan Vishnu earlier, which we’ve seen in earlier episodes too, Goddess Yoga-Maya finishes her tasks successfully and thus, gets all the praise henceforth. Ultimately she had got the divine opportunity of involving herself in the “Krishna-Kainkarya” (Service to Bhagawan Krishna) at an early stage itself! As this happens, on the other end, Kamsa is shell shocked. He’s feeling totally helpless at the moment. Thus, he calls up a meeting of all his “Raakshasas” and thus starts to chalk out plans to strangle Baby Krishna somehow and kill Him. What’s going to happen next? Let’s wait for the next episode to continue the “Charithra” of Bhagawan Bala-Krishna! 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 International School of Business & Media, Pune, 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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