from Garga Samhita
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
samāśritau tau pathi rāma-kṛṣṇau
bālārka-maulī vasanaṁ taḍid-dyutī
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 and garments splendid as lightning and autumn clouds, Akrūra, overcome with love, jumped from his chariot and fell down before Them to offer his respects.
romañcitaṁ vīkṣya hariḥ pareśvaraḥ
dorbhyāṁ samutthāpya ghṛṇāturo ‘śru
mumoca bhaktaṁ parirabhya mādhavaḥ
Gazing at Akrūra’s face and seeing his eyes filled with tears and the hairs of his body erect with joy, Lord Kṛṣṇa, overcome with feelings of compassion, and shedding tears Himself, picked Akrūra up and with both arms embraced His devotee.
evaṁ militvā sa-balaś ca taṁ hariḥ
sadyaḥ samānīya varāsanaṁ dadau
nivedya gāṁ cātithaye su-bhojanaṁ
rasāvṛtaṁ prema-yuto hy upāharat
Kṛṣṇa and Balarāma offered him a comfortable seat, welcomed him with eloquent words, and offered Their guest a delicious meal.
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