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129...who gives intelligence to all living entities, who gives all perfections, who teaches all, who is the wisest and the most expert...

130...who, even though He is great like an ocean, is grateful for the smallest drop of service, who strictly keeps his vow always to protect they who have vowed to serve Him...

131...who creates the rules of the Vedas by His own wish, whose glance bestows all virtues...

132...who knows the truth about sacrifice, who understands all times and places, who is the crown of they who know everything, who does not consider His potency of knowing everything to be very important, who by His supreme intelligence knows everything...

133...who is virtuous with perfect thoughtfulness, steadiness, handsomeness, splendour, self-control and peacefulness...

134...who is saintly, generous, glorious, heroic, playful, happy at heart, respectful to all...

135...who is always humble, shy, honest, famous and powerful, who manifests His transcendental form before the saintly devotees...

136...who fills the devotees with sweetness, who is the devotees' eternal shelter, who gives impersonal liberation to His enemies, who is an ocean of transcendental qualities that attract even the liberated souls...

137...who is supremely eloquent in all languages, who is more glorious than the demigods, who is most expert in debate, whose words are glorious with love and truth...

138...who is so intelligent that He easily silences the most eloquent philosophers, who with only a glance enlightens the wise...

139...who gives appropriate benedictions to the right persons, who brings happiness to the poor and downtrodden, who protects those who approach for shelter, whose activities are auspicious and sublime...

140...who cannot be loved with even a tiny drop of love by they who do not engage in devotional service, who is deep like an ocean, who is equal to all, who loves His devotees, who is equal to all His devotees...

141...who is pleased by the service of His devotees, who is conquered by love, whose forms, qualities and pastimes are all wonderful...

142...who showers love on all living entities, who is worshipped by great kings, who is a new cloud eternally showering the nectar of love on all living entities...

143...whose nectar flute music fills Vraja village and Vrndavan forest and makes everyone intoxicated with love for Him, who earnestly desires the welfare of His beloved gopis, who is worshipped by Lord Vishnu's beloved Laksmi...

144...about whom what is the need to say many words?, about whom what is the need to hear many words?, about whom it may be said, "Krsna is Krsna", about whom it may then also further be said, "Krsna is Krsna",...

145...who is filled with all transcendental virtues, who, bound with love for His saintly devotees there, is not able to leave Vrndavan...

146...about whom it was said, "O Nanda, why is it that we people of Vraja cannot give up our love for your son, and why does He love us so sincerely?"...

147...who rested on Kaliya's lap, who, aware that the people of Vraja had become anguished at heart, emerged from Kaliya's lap and thus showered them all with sweet nectar...

148...who, being very wise, being conquered by the love of Vraja's people and wishing their welfare, and seeing that Indra had become crooked-hearted, revealed the desire in His heart with these words:...

149..."With My mystic power I will protect the people of Vraja, who have taken shelter of Me, who consider Me their Lord, and who are all My relatives. This is My vow."...

150...who after making this vow lifted Govardhana Hill for 7 days and nights...

151...who, when Brahma stole His friends and calves, expanded Himself into many forms like theirs, forms that were exactly Him and not anyone else...

152...who, unhappy with what Brahma had done, expanded Himself into the forms of the boys and calves, who in this way increased the love of the people of Vraja for Him, who became conquered by their love...

153...who was swallowed by Bakasura, who, seeing that because of this the actions and lives of His friends, who lived only for His sake, were now also swallowed up, suddenly broke the Baka demon...

154...who was stunned when Aghasura swallowed the gopas, who, thinking the gopas as dear as life, entered Aghasura to rescue them...

155...who remembered how Nanda and Yasoda, the king and queen of the gopas and gopis, dearly loved Him with a very wonderful love...

156...who is best of they who know everything, who knows everything like the Vedas, whose glories are loudly sung by Sukadeva Goswami and other great saints...

157...who, speaking to the gopis in SB 10.32.22 said He was a debtor who could not repay His debt...("I am not able to repay My debt for your spotless service, even within a lifetime of Brahma. Your connection with Me is beyond reproach. You have worshipped Me, cutting off all domestic ties, which are difficult to break. Therefore let your own glorious deeds be your compensation.")

158...who killed a host of demons beginning with Kamsa and ending with Dantavakra, who thought that until He returned the people of Vraja would never be peaceful at heart,...

159...who visited the people of Vraja, and, comforting them again and again, stopped their great sufferings,...

160...in whose absence the people of Vraja almost left their bodies, who promised them they would return to His spiritual abode,...

161...who was glorified by Sukadeva Goswami, who loved the gopis as much as they loved Him,...

162...who, leaving for Mathura, and seeing the gopis were in great distress, consoled them with the loving words, "I will return,"... SB 10.39.35....("As He departed, that best of the Yadus saw how the gopis were lamenting, and thus He consoled them by sending a messenger with this loving promise: 'I will return.' ")

163...who killed Kamsa, who in the Hari Vamsa spoke words that had never before been spoken, who created the Vedas from His breath, who certainly returned to Vraja (for how could it be otherwise?)...

164...who said, "Like an elephant free to go as he likes, I will happily wander in the forest with many cows and gopas."...

165...who, after Kamsa was dead, approached His father, Nanda, who was reluctant to return to Vraja without Him, and said, "Father, why do you lament?...

166..."Please return to Vraja. As soon as we give some happiness to our friends in Mathura, We will return to Vraja and see our relatives, who dearly love Us and are always unhappy in our absence"...

167...who spoke these words to His relatives, relatives tormented with love for Him, relatives He loved without limit, relatives He promised to see again...

168...who, in promising that His relatives would see Him in the future, meant that they would see Him eternally...

169...who grasped the feet of His father and relatives and said that He would stay in Mathura a little longer to give happiness to His friends there...

170...who spoke the word "friend" which implies one person helping another, for one is always happy to help a friend...

171...who, with the word "giving" hinted at His impending separation from the people of Vraja...

172...who said "after killing My enemies I will give happiness to you, My affectionate relatives"...

173...who urged the people of Vraja to be patient, who told them that He would make them happy after He had killed Jarasandha and a host of other demons...

174...who said that if Jarasandha and the other demons attacked Him, He would have to put His attention to stopping the trouble they would make...

175...who promised His relatives that He would return to Vraja, who said to them "Don't come to Mathura. I will return"...

176...who said to them "if you come back and forth to visit Me, My enemies will know that I love you. Then they will destroy the village of Vraja to spite Me"...

177...who said to them "Please be patient. Once again we will meet and exchange our feelings of love"...

178...who, after He left His guru's home, remembered Vraja and sent Uddhava with a message for the people of Vraja...

179...whose message said "Now that in the wrestling arena He has killed the devotees' enemy, Kamsa, Lord Krsna will fulfill His promise to you and return to Vraja" in SB 10.46.35...

180...whose message said "Infallible Krsna, the master of the devotees, will soon return to please His parents" (SB 10.46.34)...

181...who is the master of the gopis, who, tears in His eyes, took His dear devotee Uddhava to a secluded place and spoke confidential words to him...

182...who relieves the sufferings of His devotees, who took Uddhava by the hand...

183...who said (in SB 10.46.2-6) "Gentle Uddhava, please go to Vraja. Make My parents happy. Bring a message to the gopis and relieve the sufferings they feel in My absence"...

184...who said "The gopis always think of Me. They have dedicated their lives to Me. For My sake they have renounced everything. They always think of Me as their dearmost beloved. I will protect anyone who renounces his reputation and duty for My sake"...

185...who said "The girls of Gokula think of Me as their dearmost beloved. Always remembering Me, who am so far away, they are overcome with the anxiety of separation"...

186...who said "My gopis have given their hearts to Me. They are like My very self. Because they have heard that I will return they struggle somehow or other to remain alive'...

187...who said "Convince them of My words. Make them see the truth of My message. Then all their bewilderment will disappear"...

188...who, when He said (in SB 10.46.4) that He was the gopis dearmost beloved, revealed that although to the external vision of the people of the world the gopis were married to others, He was actually the Lord of their hearts...

189...who (in SB 10.45.21) affirmed that His real parents are Nanda and Yasoda, the king and queen of the gopas, who thus declared the great glory of the gopas and gopis...

190...who by speaking the word "Us" (in SB 10.45.21) affirmed that He and Balarama are the two sons of Nanda and Yasoda...("O father, you and mother Yasoda have affectionately maintained Us and cared for Us so much! Indeed, parents care for their children more than their own lives.")

191...who (in SB 10.46.6) called the gopis "My gopis" and thus affirmed that they were all His wives...

192...who (in SB 10.46.6) said the gopis were "Like My very Self", thus affirming that they were His wives and His transcendental potencies, in one sense not different from Him, the master of all potencies...

193...who (in SB 10.46.6) said "The gopis always think of Me " and thus showed that the gopis were very exalted and were not at all like anyone else...

194...who (in SB 10.46.6) said "Because they have heard that I will return, the gopis struggle somehow or other to remain alive' and thus affirmed that He would return to them, who used the term "My gopis" and in these words also affirmed that He would return to them...

195...who promised "Soon I will return to Vraja. Then I will formally marry all the gopis"...

196...who, thinking that the message of transcendental knowledge He sent the gopis was not successful in appeasing them, decided that He would visit them and teach them personally...

197...who said to the gopis "Because your hearts and minds are fixed on Me, Sri Krsna, because you have renounced everything for My sake, and because you always think of Me, very soon you will attain My company"...

198...who said to the gopis "Even the gopis in Vrndavan village that could not go to the rasa dance I was enjoying at night in the forest became very fortunate. Always thinking of My glories, they attained Me"...

199...who, when He spoke these words, became agitated at heart and said to Himself "O heart, please listen. Please understand the value of this carefully hidden treasure"...

200...who said to the gopis "You have renounced everything for My sake. You always think of Me. You will attain Me very soon. I am under your dominion. I am not independent"...

201...who said to the gopis (in SB 10.47.36) "Because your hearts and minds are fixed on Me, Sri Krsna, because you have renounced everything for My sake, and because you always think of Me, very soon you will attain My company", who with these words affirmed that the gopis would attain His abode, the abode of Sri Krsna, and they would attain the company of Sri Krsna Himself, and not another form of the Lord...

202...who, speaking the word "Me" again and again in SB canto 10, Chapters 46 and 47, made it very clear that the gopis would attain His company...

203...who said to the gopis (in SB 10.47.36) "Your hearts and minds are fixed on Me, Sri Krsna", who thus identified Himself with two words (Me and Krsna)...

204...who by again and again speaking in these verses the words "for Me, Krsna" and "to Me, Krsna" and by describing the gopis as "fortunate" made the gopis aware of the actual truth...

205...who said that the gopis who were stopped from going to the rasa dance and at that moment died did not give up their bodies and attain new bodies, but rather in their very same bodies attained Him, who therefore urged the gopis to think of Him always...

206...who sent with Lord Balarama a message to the gopis, a message explaining the feelings in His heart, a message described by Parasara Muni in the Visnu Purana...

207...who sent with Lord Balarama a sweet, humble, beautiful, comforting message that greatly consoled the gopis...

208...who on the pretext of going on a pilgrimage to Kuruksetra, slipped away from the Yadavas and visited His mother and the other people of Vraja, bringing them great happiness

209...who killed the demons who prevented His return to Vraja, returned to Nanda's Vraja, and then went to Dvaraka...

210...whose thoughts the Vrajavasis captured, bound, and forcibly dragged to the land of Vraja...

211...who, even though He had riches greater than the greatest kings, felt drawn to Vraja by the calls of Nanda and the others...

212...whose thoughts were captured and drawn away only by the people of Vraja and by no-one else...

213...who is all-attractive, who has lotus eyes, who is glorious in the company of His devotees, who fulfills the desires of His devotees who have given up everything for His sake...

214...whose promise, sent through Uddhava, that "Krsna will return very soon" was accepted, with other promises, by the people of Vraja...

215...who after He had killed the enemies of who Dantavakra was the last, returned to Vraja...

216...who said to the gopis "Friends, do you remember Me? I was gone for a long time, My heart intent on protecting My relatives and killing the demons" (in SB 10.82.41)...

217...who said to the gopis "Devotional service rendered to Me by the living entities revives their eternal life. O My dear damsels of Vraja, your affection for Me is your good fortune, for it is the only means by which you have attained My favour" (in SB 10.82.44)...

218...who tried to pacify the gopis by teaching them transcendental knowledge, although they themselves asked (in SB 10.82.49) for something other than what He taught them...

219...who heard the gopis request that they may always remember His lotus feet, who heard the gopis request that He return to Vraja...

220...who in SB 10.46.5 described the gopis constant meditation on Him and their yearning to see Him...("My dear Uddhava, for those women of Gokula I am the most cherished object of love. Thus when they remember Me, who am so far away, they are overwhelmed by the anxiety of separation.")

221...whose fulfillment of the gopis' desires was described by the sage Sukadeva in the words (SB10.83.1) "Then Lord Krsna, their master, teacher and goal, gave His mercy to the gopis"...

222...who in SB 10.82.44 and 10.47.36 promised that He would return to Vraja... ("Because your minds are totally absorbed in Me and free from all other engagement, you remember Me always, and so you will very soon have Me again in your presence.")

223...who is full of good qualities beginning with truthfulness, who is true to His promise, about whom how could it be said that He did not keep His promise and return to Vraja?...

224-225...who spoke to Uddhava words recorded in Srimad Bhagavatam's Tenth Canto and in other places in the scriptures, words that said "Please deliver this message to the people of Vraja, the king of Vraja and the gopis"...

226...who returned to Vraja, as the people of Dvaraka explained in the prayer recorded in SB 1.11.9...("O lotus-eyed Lord, whenever You go away to Mathura, Vrndavana or Hastinapura to meet Your friends and relatives, every moment of Your absence seems like a million years. O infallible one, at that time our eyes become useless, as if bereft of sun.")

227...who grants His auspicious presence to the people of Vraja eternally, as is described in the Padma Purana, Uttara Khanda...

228...who, staying in Vraja, assumed another form and went to Dvaraka, this action clearly recorded in the scriptures...

229...about who Uddhava said "Krsna will very soon return to Vraja" (in SB 10.46.34), who must have returned to Vraja, for otherwise Uddhava would have spoken a lie...

230...who, as He was about to depart, eagerly described (in SB 11.12.10) to Uddhava the nature of the gopis desires...

231...who (in SB 11.12.10-11) described the gopis' suffering in separation from Him, who after speaking these words explained that the gopis were never actually separated from Him...("The residents of Vrndavana, headed by the gopis, were always completely attached to Me with deepest love. Therefore when My uncle Akrura brought My brother Balarama and Me to the city of Mathura, the residents of Vrndavana suffered extreme mental disturbance because of separation from Me and could not find any other source of happiness." "Dear Uddhava, all of those nights the gopis spent with Me, their most dearly beloved, in the land of Vrndavana seemed to them to pass in less than a moment. Bereft of My association, however, the gopis felt that those same nights dragged on forever, as if each night were equal to a day of Brahma.")

232...who in SB 10.46.5-6 explained the gopis' feelings in separation from Him...

233...who had Uddhava, on the first day of his meeting with the gopis, speak His message of love for them...

234...who in SB 11.12.12 explained that the gopis were rapt in meditation on Him and their love for Him was greater than the greatest love...("My dear Uddhava, just as great sages in yogic trance merge into self-realization, like rivers merging into the ocean, and are thus not aware of material names and forms, similarly the gopis of Vrndavana were so completely attached to Me within their minds that they could not think of their own bodies, or of this world, or of their future lives. Their entire consciousness was simply bound up in Me.")

235...into whom the gopis, rapt in meditation, seemed to enter with their names and forms, although they did not actually enter but kept their individuality (SB 11.12.12)...

236...who spoke in this verse (SB 11.12.12) two examples: the example of the great sages and the example of the rivers entering the ocean, examples that do not confirm the impersonalist theory because river water is very different from the water in the ocean,...

237...who spoke in this verse the example of the great sages in spiritual trance, an example that also does not prove the impersonalist theory because a single limb can never equal the whole body, and therefore the limb and the body are different,...

238...who said in SB 11.12.13, "desiring Me as their handsome lover, and unaware of My true identity, the gopis attained the company of Me, the perfect Supreme Personality of Godhead."...

239...whose true nature the gopis did not understand, as is seen in SB 10.24.26 and other verses, who is the Supreme Personality of Godhead attained by the gopis,...

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