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Gokul depature, Akroor gets Darshan - Ch. 9

BY Mr Shiv Sagar February 11,2017
Gokul depature, Akroor gets Darshan - Ch. 9

Akroor informed Nandrai that Krishna was not their son but Vasudev and Devaki's offspring. Nandrai got very upset and asked him to leave Gokul immediately. Yashoda did not understand any of this and asked Akroor what the matter was. Akroor later revealed that in order to save her husband from the atrocities of Kans, Devaki had sent him to Gokul to invite Krishna to Mathura. He had come to Gokul as per her wishes.

Akroor also said, I have informed Vasudev and Devaki that Krishna is their son and to prepare for revolt against Kans; sending Balram alone to learn archery and other arts was not advisable. They didn't listen to me and by telling Kans that Krishna is their son, they ruined the whole plan. Nand and Yashoda were very sad when they realized that Krishna was not their son. With a heavy heart, they prepared to send Krishna to Mathura.

"Akroor also said, I have informed Vasudev and Devaki that Krishna is their son and to prepare for revolt against Kans; sending Balram alone to learn archery and other arts was not advisable. They didn't listen to me and by telling Kans that Krishna is their son, they ruined the whole plan.

Yashoda was very upset and sad about sending Krishna to Mathura. Akroor made a plan to send Balram to a safe secretive place and take only Krishna to Mathura. Balram was not ready for this. He did not want to leave Krishna alone. On his insistence, Akroor revealed that Krishna was Vasudev and Devaki's son and they shared a common father.

Balram decided that being an elder brother, it was his duty to protect his younger brother and so he would never allow Krishna to go alone to Mathura. Krishna also listened to everything and finally it was decided that both the brothers would go to Mathura. Yashoda was very depressed and lamented.

Krishna tried to explain her, Don't feel bad. You are only my mother, anywhere I live on this earth I will always be your son. Meanwhile, even the people of Gokul came to know that Krishna was Vasudev and Devaki's son. Krishna took leave from Radha in her dreams. There was a divine loving conversation between the two of them.

Krishna explained, Please don't feel sad. Our relation is that of love. Love is eternal and it does not diminish with separation, but love is also sometime helpless in the face of circumstance and due to which sometimes we have to be separated. The dream was over with this divine message.

"Yashoda was very depressed and lamented. Krishna tried to explain her, Don't feel bad. You are only my mother, anywhere I live on this earth I will always be your son.

Shri Krishna took Radha's leave. Radha was very sad just thinking of being separated from Krishna. In the end, after Krishna's explanation, she took a promise from him that before leaving this world he would give her a chance to take the dust from his feet once.

Krishna also made her promise that she would not shed tears. Shri Krishna and Balram took their leave of the people of Gokul. The gopis stopped him on the way and told him that he was breaking the relation of love with them by going away.

Krishna explained, By stopping me, you are preventing me from taking the path of my duty. To distract one from his duty is not love. Love does not obstruct the path of duty. Please let me go. The gopis finally moved out of his way with heavy hearts.

"Krishna explained, By stopping me, you are preventing me from taking the path of my duty. To distract one from his duty is not love. Love does not obstruct the path of duty. Please let me go.

While going to Mathura, Akroor had arranged for an army for the protection of Krishna and Balram. On seeing the arrangement made by him, Krishna understood that he was very much worried for their safety. On their way, Akroor went to the river for a bath.

To reduce his worries, Krishna appeared to him in his chaturbhuj form. Akroor was freed from worries. Shri Krishna praised Akroor's unselfish love and blessed him with a boon that the affection for God would forever remain in his mind and he would always remain devoted to God.

Shri Krishna and Balram finally reached Mathura. When Kans got the news of their arrival, he became very happy thinking that now he would get a chance to kill Krishna; his plot would be successful now that Krishna had come to him into the lion's den in Mathura.

"On their way, Akroor went to the river for a bath. To reduce his worries, Krishna appeared to him in his chaturbhuj form. Akroor was freed from worries. Shri Krishna praised Akroor's unselfish love and blessed him with a boon that the affection for God would forever remain in his mind and he would always remain devoted to God."


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