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CC Adi 14.21

His Divine Grace
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


tabe kata dine prabhura jānu-caṅkramaṇa
nānā camatkāra tathā karāila darśana


tabe — thereafter; kata — some; dine — days; prabhura — of the Lord; jānu — knees; caṅkramaṇathe crawling; nānā — various; camatkāra — wonderful; tathā — also; karāila — caused; darśana — the sight.


After some days the Lord began to crawl on His knees, and He caused various wonderful things to be seen.


The Caitanya-bhāgavata describes that one day while the Lord was crawling upon His knees, the bells on His waist ringing very sweetly, a snake came out to crawl in the yard of the Lord, who captured the snake like a curious child. Immediately the snake coiled over Him. The Lord as a child then rested on the snake, and after some time the snake went away, leaving the Lord aside.