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The Talavana

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The Tâlavana

This forest is situated about six miles south of Mathurâ and two-and-a-half miles south-west of Madhuvana. It was once an enchanting forest full of palm (tâla) trees. Cruel Kamsa had appointed one of his followers, Dhenukâsura, to guard this forest, a duty he carefully performed along with his many wives and sons. Only Mahârâja Kamsa and his followers enjoyed the forest’s sweet tâla fruits, which were otherwise inaccessible to ordinary people.

One day, while herding the cows, Kèëòa and Baladeva together with the cowherd boys wandered near Tâlavana. The boys were so ravenous that they implored Kèëòa and Baladeva to protect them from the demon of hunger and said that they could smell sweet, ripe tâla fruits coming from nearby. Hearing this, Kèëòa and Baladeva led them into Tâlavana.

In the forest, Baladeva shook one of the palm trees. The fruit thudded to the ground and the cowherd boys jumped for joy. Hearing the sound of the falling fruits, Dhenukâsura and his followers attacked Kèëòa and Baladeva with great force, kicking Them with their hind legs. Without strain or effort, Baladeva Prabhu caught the hind legs of the valorous Dhenukâsura, whirled him around in the sky and threw him on to the top of a huge palm tree.

The demon passed stool and urine and then died. Kèëòa started killing Dhenukâsura’s donkey followers, and soon their urine, stool and blood contaminated the entire forest. All the palm trees fell on each other and were destroyed. Later, when Tâlavana was again clean, the Sakhâs and everyone else could easily go there.


El Bosque de Tâlavana







Este bosque se encuentra a unos diez kilómetros en dirección sur de Mathurâ y dos kilómetros y medio hacia el suroeste de Madhuvana. Fue una vez un precioso bosque lleno de palmeras (árboles Tala). El Cruel Kamsa había designado a uno de sus seguidores, Dhenukâsura, para que protegiera este bosque, un deber que cuidadosamente llevaba a cabo junto con sus muchas esposas e hijos. Sólo Mahârâja Kamsa y sus seguidores disfrutaron de los dulces frutos del bosque Tala, que eran inaccesibles para la gente común.

Un día, mientras que el pastoreo de las vacas, Kèëòa y Baladeva junto con los niños pastorcillos vagaban cerca Tâlavana. Los muchachos eran tan voraces que imploraron a Kèëòa y Baladeva para que los protegieran de los demonios del hambre y les dijo que podía que estaban oliendo los dulce aromas y los frutos maduros procedentes de la cercanía del Bosque Tala. Al oír esto, Kèëòa y Baladeva los condujeron a Tâlavana.

En el bosque, Baladeva sacudió una de las palmeras. El fruto dio un vuelco a la tierra y los pequeños pastores saltaron de alegría. Al oír el sonido de las frutas caidas, Dhenukâsura y sus seguidores atacaron a Kèëòa y a Baladeva con mucha fuerza, pateando con sus patas traseras. Sin tensión o esfuerzo, Baladeva Prabhu cogió por las patas traseras al valeroso Dhenukâsura, y dandole vueltas por el aire lo lanzó hacia lo alto y se estrelló contra una palmera enorme.

El demonio expelió heces y orina y luego murió. Kèëòa comenzó a matar a los seguidores del demonio Dhenukâsura que tenian forma de burro, y pronto la orina, las heces y la sangre contaminaron todo el bosque. Todos los árboles de palma habían sido abatidos y quedaron destruidos. Más tarde, cuando fue de nuevo a Tâlavana que ya se encontraba limpio, los Sakhâs y todos los demás pudieron fácilmente ir allí.




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