This illustrates the story from the Mahabharata where Draupadi, the wife of the Pandava brothers, prays to Lord Krishna for help and is saved by His making the cloth of her sari endless so she can not be humiliated.
The Lord is easily pleased if you offer anything with a pure heart. If the nondevotional elephant, Gajendra, can obtain His help, why can't we?
Oh lil Krishna come to your dear mother and open your mouth. Have you been eating clay? Why mother those boys want to get me in trouble! Balaram is angry with me! See here... Cant get enough of this cute little walker Love Sita
Dasavatar seriesThe scriptures speak of the 10 Avatars of Vishnu – different incarnations that take the form of divine intervention provided by Vishnu during the various stages of human evolution. The “dasavatara” (ten avatars) is meant to re-establish …