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He described Shrikrushna 's beautiful face, His royal outfit and the wonderful jewels He wore. He said that young Shrikrushna used to go to the forest with other cowherds, to feed the cows.
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Once upon a time, a priest was reciting passages from the Hindu Holy book, Bhagvad Gita, in front of a gathering of people. He said that young Krishna used to go to the forest with other cowherds, to feed the cows. The priest then told everyone that He is immortal and appears in front of every devotee who prays sincerely, chants repeats His Name and wishes to see Him. He was encouraged on hearing that he would be able to see Shri Krishna if he chanted His name and prayed to Him. He wished to meet young Krishna in the forest, so as to rob him of His jewels and become rich quickly.
He therefore decided to visit Gokul, where Shri Krishna had spent his childhood. The thief became restless and started thinking about Shri Krishna day and night, even in his sleep.
Finally, one day as the thief went around the forest, calling out to Shri Krishna and searching for Him, young Shri Krishna actually appeared before him. Just as the priest had said, young Krishna was wearing precious jewels and a royal robe.
However, the thief was so ecstatic on seeing The Lord, that he was totally captivated by His glorious presence and forgot all about his intention to steal the jewels. Later on, even after young Shri Krishna had left, the thief did not realise that he had lost the opportunity to rob Him of the jewels.
In fact, he spent the rest of his days in Blissful worship of The Lord, grateful for meeting Him. Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Moral Stories.
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