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CaptionWhen the child of Devaki, Lord Balarama, was transferred into the womb of Rohini by Yogamaya, Devaki seemed to have a miscarriage. However, at that time the Supreme Personality of Godhead entered the mind of Vasudeva, and then that fully opulent Supreme Personality of Godhead was transferred to the mind of Devaki. Because the Supreme Personality of Godhead was in her womb, Devaki illuminated the entire place where they were imprisoned. Even Kamsa could see that now the Supreme Lord was within her. The demigods invisibly came there to offer their respectful obeisances and they offered many prayers. The demigods prayed, "O Lord, we are fortunate because the heavy burden of the demons upon this earth is immediately removed by Your appearance. Indeed, we are certainly fortunate, for we shall be able to see upon this earth and in the heavenly planets the marks of lotus, conchshell, club and disc that adorn Your lotus feet. O Supreme Lord, You are not an ordinary living entity appearing in this material world as a result of fruitive activities. Therefore Your appearance or birth in this world has no other cause than Your pleasure potency. Similarly, the living entities, who are part of You, have no cause for miseries like birth, death and old age, except when these living entities are conducted by Your external energy."
-Excerpt from Srimad-Bhagavatam, 10.2.38-39
HeadlineDemigods Pray to Krishna in Devaki's Womb
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