Jiske Jap Tap Se Milta Hai Aaram
Vishnu in his many forms is an icon of protection, and Krishna was, among other things, an avatar (incarnation) of Vishnu. It is said that the residents of Vrindavana were sometimes aware of this and at times depended on Krishna to protect them. A good example was when Krishna lifted Govardhana Hill. Every year the residents of Vrindavana worshiped Lord Indra for supplying rain. One year when Krishna was a youth, he asked Nanda to worship Govardhana Hill instead of Indra. "King Nanda finally agreed with Krishna and prepared to offer the sacrifice to Govardhana Hill.
This made Lord Indra angry and jealous. Forgetting the divine position of Krishna, he then sent a storm to devastate Vrindavana. All the people and animals came to Krishna for shelter, and in a miraculous show of strength, Krishna lifted Govardhana Hill with one finger to make the mountain into a huge umbrella. Everyone crowded underneath it and remained safe until the rains stopped. Later, Lord Indra realized his mistake in attacking Krishna and apologized.
Bhajano mein vilin hokar jivan rupi ras ka swaad chakhati humen Jaya Kishori Ji ke mukh se nikle madhur swar adbhut hain
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