“Lord Krishna is known as Ranchor, which means ‘one who has left the battlefield.’ In India, especially in Gujarat, there are many temples of Krishna which are known as temples of Ranchorji. Ordinarily, if a king leaves the battlefield without fighting he is called a coward, but when Krishna enacts this pastime, leaving the battlefield without fighting, He is worshiped by the devotee.” (Krishna, The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Vol 1, Ch 51)
Friend1: Alright, so we know He had no problem taking care of Kamsa’s henchmen.
Friend2: We’re talking about Krishna here?
Friend1: Yes, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Bhagavan, the personal side to the Divine, the detail behind the abstract. The one who descended to earth, appearing in Devaki’s womb and then spending the childhood years in Gokula.
Friend2: Why were there henchmen, as you call them? And how many?
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