balam ca tasya urasi
gopyas turnam samabhyetya
balam ca—the child also; tasyah—of that (Raksasi Putana); urasi—on the upper portion of the breast; kridantam—engaged in playing; akutobhayam—without fear; gopyah—all the cowherd women; turnam—immediately; samabhyetya—coming near; jagrhuh—picked up; jata-sambhramah—with the same affection and respect they always maintained.
Without fear, the child Krsna was playing on the upper portion of Putana Raksasi’s breast, and when the gopis saw the child’s wonderful activities, they immediately came forward with great jubilation and picked Him up.
Here is the Supreme Personality of Godhead—Krsna. Although the Raksasi Putana could increase or decrease her bodily size by her mystic abilities and thus gain proportionate power, the Supreme Personality of Godhead is equally powerful in any transcendental form. Krsna is the real Personality of Godhead because whether as a child or as a grown-up young man, He is the same person. He does not need to become powerful by meditation or any other external endeavor. Therefore when the greatly powerful Putana expanded her body, Krsna remained the same small child and fearlessly played on the upper portion of her breast. Sadaisvarya-purna. Bhagavan, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, is always full in all potencies, regardless of whether He is present in this form or that. His potencies are always full. Parasya saktir vividhaiva sruyate. He can display all potencies under any circumstances.
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