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CaptionWhen Sudama went to visit Krishna in Dvarka, Krishna reminded him of some of their childhood activities. Lord Krishna said, " My dear friend, I think you remember our activities during the days when we were living as students. You may remember that once we went to collect fuel from the forest on the order of the guru's wife. While collecting the dried wood, we entered the dense forest and by chance became lost. There was an unexpected dust storm and then clouds and lighting in the sky and the explosive sound of thunder. Then sunset came, and we were lost in the dark jungle. After this, there was severe rainfall; the whole ground was overflooded with water, and we could not trace out the way to our guru's ashram. You may remember that heavy rainfall - it was not actually rainfall but a sort of devastation. On account of the dust storm and heavy rain, we began to feel greatly pained, and in whichever direction we turned we were besildered. In that distressed condition, we took each other's hand and tried to find our way out."
-Krishna Book, Chapter 80, The Meeting of Lord Krishna with Sudama Brahmana
HeadlineSudama and Krishna In The Forest
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