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240...about whom the question is asked "What is the nature of the Supreme?" about whom the answer is given "The Supreme is the supreme abode" who affirms that He is Himself the Supreme, who uses the word "Me" to describe the Supreme...

241...who, speaking SB 10.82.44 and 10.46.6, revealed that He is the perfect Supreme Personality of Godhead...

242...who, saying "Giving up their lives thinking of Me, the gopis attained Me", "The gopis thought of Me alone and no one else," and "The gopis desired Me as their lover" described how the gopis attained Him...

243...whom the saintly gopis, unaware of His true nature and thinking Him to be their paramour, attained, who is the eternal lover of His eternally dear gopis...

244...who described in SB 11.12.13 the nature of the gopis' passionate love for Him...("All those hundreds of thousands of gopis, understanding Me to be their most charming lover and ardently desiring Me in that way, were unaware of My actual position. Yet by intimately associating with Me, the gopis attained Me, the Supreme Absolute Truth.")

245...who in SB 11.12.13 spoke the word "mat-kamah" which means "as girls passionately desire their lover, so the gopis desired Me"...

246...who thought again and again about the words Radha spoke to the bee (SB 10.47.21)...("O Uddhava! It is indeed regrettable that Krsna resides in Mathura. Does He remember His father's household affairs and His friends, the cowherd boys? O great soul! Does He ever talk about us, His maidservants? When will He lay on our heads His aguru-scented hand?")

247...about whom (in SB 10.47.21) Sri Radha used the word "arya-putra" (son of an exalted father) a word properly used only by a wife addressing her husband, even though She also referred to Herself and the gopis as His maidservants...

248...of whom the gopis affirmed they were the maidservants (SB 10.22.15)...("O Syamasundara, we are Your maidservants and must do whatever You say. But give us back our clothing. You know what the religious principles are, and if You don't give us our clothes we will have to tell the king. Please!")

249...who Sri Radha, saying in SB 10.47.21, "When will Lord Krsna place His hand on the heads of us, His maidservants?" yearned to marry...

250...who, following His promise in Bhagavad Gita 4.11, fulfilled that desire...

251...who spoke the words (in SB 10.46.6) "ballavyo me mad-atmikah" which mean "the gopis have given their hearts to Me", who with these words explained that the gopis stand at the head of all exalted persons...

252...who in SB 11.12.13 explained that the gopis did attain Him and their desires were all fulfilled...

253...who in the fourth line of SB 11.12.13 said that hundreds of thousands of gopis attained Him...

254...who quickly fulfilled the predictions Garga Muni made in SB 10.8.16 and 10.8.18...

255...who stopped the troubles caused by Kamsa and a host of demons, who stopped the obstruction caused by the gopis' so-called husbands, who gave Himself to His dear gopis...

256...who showed the people of Vraja His abode named Goloka, who gave them Goloka as their home...

257...who said in the Brhad Gautamiya Tantra "I, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the master of all the demigods, never leave the forest of Vrndavan...

258...who said in the Brhad Gautamiya Tantra "Millennium after millennium I appear in Vrndavan and then again I disappear, Vrndavan cannot be seen with material eyes"...

259...whose abode named Goloka is elaborately described in Brahma-samhita...

260...whose words "I never leave Vrndavan" may be interpreted in two ways: either "I am always present in Vrndavan, even when it seems I have left" or "If somehow I leave Vrndavan I always quickly return"...

261...who eternally stays in His two cities (Mathura and Dvaraka) as SB 10.1.28 explains "The city and district of Mathura are very intimately connected with Krsna, for Lord Krsna resides there eternally"

262263....about whose abode of Dvaraka SB 11.31.23-24 explains "O great king, the moment Lord Krsna left, the ocean flooded the city of Dvaraka, leaving only the Lord's palace. Lord Krsna eternally resides in Dvaraka. Simply by remembering Dvaraka, a person becomes free of all sins and attains auspiciousness"...

264...who eternally stays in both places (Mathura and Dvaraka) as Srila Sukadeva Goswami explained to King Pariksit in SB 10.90.48....

265...and who, as the Supersoul in Jiva Goswami's heart, made the final portion of Sri Gopala-campu present the same conclusion...

266...killed Dantavakra on the open road, and then returned to live in Vraja. King Nanda and the other people of Vraja went to Him like hungry cakora birds gazing at the moon.

267 Seeing His father and the people of Vraja were withered and dry from not having seen Him, Lord Krsna splashed them all with the nectar of His presence. Pretending to stand with the hairs of their bodies erect, the trees that were the cowherd people again and again sprouted new shoots of joy.

268 Then Lord Krsna, showing the same features as before, approached the doe-eyed gopis. Wondering whether Lord Krsna had actually come before them, the gopis were bewildered, not bewildered, and bewildered again, moment after moment.

269 As He entered Vraja the people offered arati to Him with many jewels, showered Him with flowers, called out "Jai! Jai!" and greeted Him with auspicious words.

270 Pleasing them with graceful and humble words, Lord Krsna gave His association to the people of Vraja. Then, to shower His mother with happiness, He quickly entered His home.

271 For a long time He pleased her. Then, with her permission He lay down on a splendid bed and, surrounded by all His friends, slept at night.

272 Rising from bed, glorious Krsna brought great happiness to His eternal friends. His lotus face blossoming with happiness, He began a great festival of nectar for the bumblebee eyes of His friends.

273 Day after day the people of Vraja loved Krsna with a love greater than before. Day after day they saw that Krsna's handsomeness was greater than they had seen before.

274 Yearning to see King Nanda after some days, Lord Krsna took Rohini, Uddhava, and many others and quickly went by chariot to Vraja.

275 Goddess Yogamaya created a Deity form of Krsna. The beautiful-eyed gopis who yearned to marry Krsna worshipped that Deity with the honey of their passionate love.

276 When Lord Krsna assumed a different form and went to the city of the Yadavas, His original form was visible only to the people in the glorious village of Vraja. O mind, please always think of that form of the gopa Krsna.

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