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Kids? Org

Destruction of evil

By Manju Gupta

Krishna used to help his father Nand to take the cows for grazing in the fields and forest. As Krishna was invariably accompanied by his brother Balram and other cowherd friends, they would all get down to playing hide and seek or listen to Krishna play his flute while they danced around him.

One day Krishna and the other cowherds decided to let their cows graze on the bank of River Yamuna. Leaving their cattle to graze on the green fields, they began to play hide and seek. Suddenly Krishna?s eyes fell on a black-spotted calf among the cattle. Wondering as to whom it could belong, he asked the cowherds if it belonged to them. On learning that it did not belong to any of his friends, Krishna became suspicious and decided to do something about it.

As the cattle grazed unaware of their surroundings, Krishna drew stealthily near the black and white cow and caught its tail from behind. He swung it vigorously in the air before dropping it forcefully on the ground. The calf fell with a loud thud and dropped dead, blood oozing out from its head. Soon the body began to change shape and instead there lay an asura (demon) who had acquired the form of a calf to get the chance to harm Krishna.

On seeing all what had happened, the cowherds rushed towards Krishna to enquire if he was alright and they hugged him in relief.




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