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Caption"The Lord may dictate to tigers and other jungle animals not to disturb His devotee. Haridasa Thakur, a great devotee of Lord Sri Chaitanya, used to live in such a cave, and by chance a great venemous snake was a copartner of the cave. Some admirer of Thakur Haridasa who had to visit the Thakur every day feared the snake and suggested that the Thakur leave that place. Because his devotees were afraid of the snake and they were regularly visiting the cave, Thakur Haridasa agreed to the proposal on their account. But as soon as this was settled, the snake actually crawled out of its hole in the cave and left the cave for good before everyone present. By the dictation of the Lord, who lived also within the heart of the snake, the snake gave preference to Haridasa and decided to leave the place and not disturb him. So this is a tangible example of how the Lord gives protection to a bona fide devotee like Thakur Haridasa."
-Srimad Bhagavatam, 2.2.5, purport
HeadlineSnake Leaves Haridasa's Residence in a Cave
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ArtistsBaradraja Dasa, Jadurani Dasi, Murlidhara Dasa
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