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Deities of Krishna-Balaram with Kamsa in the middle at Kamsa-Tila

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Deities of Krishna-Balaräm with Kaàsa in the middle at Kamsa-Tila


At dawn the next day the wrestling festival began. Many gigantic and fierce wrestlers, such as Cänüra, Mustiika, Sala and Tosala, were ready for the wrestling match inside the arena. Mahäräja Kamsa, together with his friends and prominent citizens, were seated on an elevated platform. Krishnaa and Balaräma returned to the arena, and after slaying Kuvalyäpida, Shri Krishna pulled out the elephant’s two tusks and used them to kill the elephant-keeper and other wicked people. Some soldiers ran to Mahäräja Kamsa to tell him about the incident. Grinding his teeth in anger, Kamsa signalled to Cänüra and Mustiika to quickly kill the two boys. Just then, Krishna and Baladeva, smiling like two lion-cubs, reached the wrestling arena carrying the huge elephant-tusks on Their shoulders, Their bodies sprinkled with blood.

Cänüra and Mustika challenged the two brothers to wrestle by making gestures, like flexing their muscles, to display their power and strength. Sri Krishna, the propagator of decent conduct, suggested that He and Balaräma fight with wrestlers Their own age; but to entertain Mahäräja Kamsa, Cänüra arrogantly challenged Shri Krishna, and Mustika challenged Balaräma. This is what Shri Krishna and Balaräma in fact wanted. And so the fight began.

Shri krishna defeated and killed Cänüra and Balaräma defeated and killed Mustik. Then the two brothers also killed Küta, Sala, Tosala and the other wrestlers. Kamsa became furious and ordered that Krishna, Baladeva, Nanda and Vasudeva be taken prisoners. However, in a moment and with great speed, Shri Krishna leapt onto the platform where Kamsa was sitting. Grabbing him by the hair, Krishna threw him to the ground. Krishna then straddled Kamsa’s chest, and striking him with His fists, He caused Kamsa’s life-air to leave him like a bird in flight. Shri Krishna effortlessly and wonderfully slew Kamsa and his associates in the wrestling arena. Seeing this spectacle (raìga), Shankara, whom Kamsa had worshipped, became overjoyed.

Hence, his name became Sri Raìgesvara. To this day, Raìna-bhümi glorifies this colourful pastime of Shri Krishna.


Deidades de Krishna-Balaräm con Kaàsa en el centro en Kamsa-Tila







En el amanecer del día siguiente cuando comenzó el festival de lucha. Muchos luchadores gigantescos y feroces, tales como Cänüra, Mustiika, Sala y Tosala, estaban listos para la refriega de la lucha dentro de la arena. Mahäräja Kamsa, junto con sus amigos y ciudadanos prominentes, estaban sentado en una plataforma elevada. Krishna y Balaräma volvieron a la arena, y despues de matar a Kuvalyäpida, Shri Krishna sacó los dos colmillos del elefante y los utilizó para matar al conductor del elefante y a otras gente malvada. Algunos soldados corrieron hacia Mahäräja Kamsa para comunicarle sobre el incidente. Rechinando sus dientes con cólera, Kamsa seïaló a Cänüra y a Mustiika para que mataran rápidamente a los dos muchachos. Apenas entonces, Krishna y Baladeva, sonriendo como dos cachorros de león, alcanzaron la arena de lucha llevando los enormes colmillos de elefante en sus hombros, sus cuerpos estaban rociados o asperjados con sangre.


Cänüra y Mustika desafiaron a los dos hermanos a luchar haciendo gestos, como doblar sus músculos, para exhibir su energía y fuerza. Sri Krishna, el propagador de la recta conducta, sugirió que deberían luchar con personas de la misma edad y no con dos pequeïos jóvenes, como eran Ellos, Shri Krishna y Balaräma; pero para entretener a Mahäräja Kamsa, Cänüra desafió arrogante a Shri Krishna, y Mustika desafió a Balaräma. Esto es lo que querían Shri Krishna y Balaräma de hecho. Y la lucha comenzó por tanto.



El Shri Krishna derrotó y mató al Cänüra y Balaräma derrotó y mató a Mustik. Entonces los dos hermanos tambien mataron a Küta, a Sala, a Tosala y a los otros luchadores. Kamsa se puso furioso y ordenó que Shri Krishna, Baladeva, Nanda y Vasudeva fuesen apresados. Sin embargo, en un momento y con gran velocidad, Shri Krishna saltó sobre la plataforma donde Kamsa se sentaba. Asiendolo por el pelo, Krishna lo lanzó a la tierra. Krishna entonces se montó sobre el pecho de Kamsa a horcajadas, y pegándolo con sus puïos, el hizo que el aire de la vida de Kamsa salira de el como un pájaro en vuelo. Shri Krishna sin esfuerzo mató a Kamsa maravillosamente y a sus asociados en la arena de lucha. Viendo este espectáculo (raìga), Shankara, que Kamsa había adorado, se regocijó. Por lo tanto, su nombre se convirtió en Sri Raìgesvara.



En este día, Raìna-bhümi glorifica este pasatiempo colorido de Shri Krishna.

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