|"As soon as they (the residents of Vrndavana) saw that Krishna was in the river Yamuna enveloped by the serpent Kaliya and that all the boys and cows were lamenting, they simply began to think of Krishna's friendship, His smiling face, His sweet words and His dealings with them. Thinking of all these and seeing that their Krishna was now within the clutches of Kaliya, they at once felt that the three worlds had become vacant."
-Krishna, The Supreme Personality of Godhead; Chapter 16
|Krishna in the Coils of the Kaliya Serpent
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