Within Vasudeva’s heart, affection for his son and knowledge of the Supreme Lord’s transcendental nature both awakened. In the beginning Vasudeva thought, “Such a beautiful child has been born, but now Kaḿsa will come and kill Him.” But when he understood that this was not an ordinary child but the Supreme Personality of Godhead, he became fearless.
By devotional service or by the most confidential knowledge, one can understand very easily how the different energies of the Lord are working. One part of energy is manifesting the material world. The other superior part of His energy is manifesting the spiritual world and the medium energy is manifesting the living entities, who are serving either of the above mentioned energies.
Lord Sri Krsna is giving us the vision, of how He is captured within the hearts of His devotees. To the degree we really deeply understand the intense need that we have for Krsna in every phase of our life, to that degree Krsna manifests Himself in our lives. Krsna is everywhere. He is all pervasive. Nothing exists without the divine presence of Krsna.
A person in full Krsna consciousness is not unduly anxious about executing the duties of his existence. The foolish cannot understand this great freedom from all anxiety. For one who acts in Krsna consciousness, Lord Krsna becomes the most intimate friend. He always looks after His friend’s comfort, and He gives Himself to His friend, who is so devotedly engaged working twenty-four hours a day to please the Lord.
Today is a very holy and auspicious day the Sampraday in which we are following is comes in the disciplic succession with originated by Lord Sri Krsna, Çréla Bhaktisiddhänta Sarasvaté Öhäkura composed a beautiful song glorifying all of the illustrious personalities of our disciplic successions. At the beginning of the creation The Supreme Lord spoke this transcendental knowledge to Lord Brahma, Lord Brahmä in turn repeated the same message to his own self manifesting born son Närada.
In fact Srila Rupa goswami explains in His Bhakti rasamrita sindhu,that its an essential vaishnava principal in a very wonderful way to celebrate the various festivals that the previous acharyas has given us. Why do we celebrate this festivals? we celebrate to create unity amongst One another, exclusively for the purpose of expressing our desire to love and serve the Supreme Personality of Godhead… and how do we celebrate this festivals?
Våträsura continued: O Indra, no one is guaranteed of being always victorious but the original enjoyer, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Bhagavän. He is the cause of creation, maintenance and annihilation, and He knows everything. Being dependent and being obliged to accept material bodies, belligerent subordinates are sometimes victorious and sometimes defeated.
Pure devotees whose characteristics are mentioned here engage themselves fully in the transcendental loving service of the Lord .Their minds cannot be diverted from the lotus feet of KRISHNA. Their talks are solely on the transcendental subjects. The symptoms of the pure devotees are described in this verse specifically- devotees of the Supreme Lord are twenty-four hours daily engaged in glorifying the pastimes of the Supreme Lord.
The Lord at once took the position of a teacher and chastised the student, calling him indirectly a fool. The Lord said, “You are talking like a learned man but you do not know that one who is learned—one, who knows what is body and what is soul—does not lament for any stage of the body neither in the living nor in the dead condition.” As it will be explained in later chapters, it will be clear that knowledge means to know matter and spirit and the controller of both.
All those personalities had four arms, holding conchshell, disc, mace and lotus flower in Their hands. They wore helmets on Their heads, earrings on Their ears and garlands of forest flowers around Their necks. On the upper portion of the right side of Their chests was the emblem of the goddess of fortune. Furthermore, They wore armlets on Their arms, the Kaustubha gem around Their necks, which were marked with three lines like a conchshell, and bracelets on Their wrists.
Lord Baladeva said, “O supreme controller! These boys are not great demigods, as I previously thought. Nor are these calves great sages like Nārada. Now I can see that You alone are manifesting Yourself in all varieties of difference. Although one, You are existing in different forms of the calves and boys. Please briefly explain this to Me.” Having thus been requested by Lord Baladeva, Kṛṣṇa explained the whole situation, and Baladeva understood it.