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"One day a fruit vendor approached Nanda Maharaja's house, and Krishna gathered some food grains with His little palms and went to the vendor to exchange the grains for fruit. On the way, almost all the grains fell from His palms, only one or two grains remaining, but the fruit vendor, out of full affection, accepted these grains in exchange for as much fruit as Krishna could take. As soon as she did this, her basket became filled with gold and jewels." (Srimad-Bhagavatam 10.11) [Lord Krishna and the fruit vendor]


[Lord Krishna being welcomed by the Vrindavan peacocks] "O worshipable one, just see how the peacocks that are returning to their nests are receiving You with full pleasure. These peacocks are just like the damsels of Vraja. The cuckoos on the branches of the trees are also receiving You in their own way. The residents of Vrndavana are so glorious that everyone is prepared to render devotional service to the Lord." (Srimad-Bhagavatam 10.15.7)

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