“The false rumor that Krishna had killed Prasena and had taken away the jewel was spread everywhere like wildfire. Krishna did not like to be defamed in that way, and therefore He decided that He would go to the forest and find the Syamantaka jewel, taking with Him some of the inhabitants of Dvaraka.” (Krishna, The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Vol 2, Ch 1)
Friend1: I think there is a verse in the Dohavali of Goswami Tulsidas where the poet tries to convey the idea that reputation is nearly impossible to maintain.
Friend2: Well, reputation can be good or bad.
Friend1: I’m referring to the positive side. The two examples cited are Shri Krishna and Sita Devi.
Friend2: You mean because of dancing with the gopis, and the like?
Friend1: As king of Dvaraka. The people one time suspected Krishna of stealing a…
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