Akrura Enters Vrindavan

from Garga Samhita

Text 10 rathārūḍhas tato ‘krūraḥ kṣaṇān nanda-puraṁ gataḥ ghoseṣu sa-balaṁ kṛṣṇaṁ āgacchantaṁ dadarśa ha

Riding on his chariot, in a moment Akrūra entered Nanda’s village and saw Kṛṣṇa and Balarāma approaching him.

Texts 11 and 12 devau purāṇau puruṣau pareśau padmekṣaṇau śyāmala-gaura-varṇau yathendranīla-dhvaja-vajra-śailau samāśritau tau pathi rāma-kṛṣṇau

bālārka-maulī vasanaṁ taḍid-dyutī varṣāśaran-megha-rucaṁ dadhānau dṛṣṭvā sa tūrṇaṁ sva-rathād gato ‘dhao tayor nato bhakti-yutaḥ papāta

Seeing on the pathway the two ancient Supreme Persons, Their eyes lotus flowers, Their complexions fair and dark like a sapphire flag and a diamond mountain, wearing crowns like the rising sun . . . → Read More: Akrura Enters Vrindavan