8 Lesser-Known Stories of Lord Krishna’s Childhood Adventures

“Stealing Butter from Gopis: Krishna’s Mischievous Antics in Vrindavan” As a child, Krishna would often sneak into Gopis’ homes to steal their precious butter.

“Lifting Govardhan Hill: Krishna’s Divine Display of Strength” Krishna protected Vrindavan by lifting the massive Govardhan Hill on his little finger.

“Taming the Serpent Kaliya: Krishna’s Epic Battle” Krishna danced atop the serpent Kaliya’s hood, subduing the venomous creature.

“Swallowing the Forest Fire: Krishna’s Act of Heroism” To save his friends, Krishna consumed a raging forest fire, protecting the village of Gokul.

“Lord of the Cows: Krishna’s Role as a Cowherd” Krishna’s childhood was filled with tending to cows, exemplifying his divine connection with nature.

“Defeating Demoness Putana: Krishna’s Encounter with Evil” Krishna survived an attempt on his life by the demoness Putana, who tried to poison him.

“The Mysterious Disappearance of Krishna’s Butter Thief Friends” Krishna’s childhood companions who stole butter with him would mysteriously disappear at times.

“Rescuing Nanda Maharaj from the Serpent: A Father-Son Heroic Tale” Krishna saved his foster father, Nanda Maharaj, from the coils of the serpent Aghasura.