Vrindavan Forest and Forest of Material Enjoyment

Srimad Bhagavatam 10.15.14-16 - Vrindavan Forest and Forest of Material Enjoyment (download mp3) , (download flv) and (download mp4)
Devamrita Swami ISKCON Chowpatty

SB 10.15.14
kvacit krida-parisrantam
svayam visramayaty aryam

When His elder brother, fatigued from playing, would lie down with His head upon the lap of a cowherd boy, Lord Krsna would help Him relax by personally massaging His feet and offering other services.

The word pada-samvahanadibhih indicates that Lord Krsna would massage Balarama’s feet, fan Him and bring Him river water to drink.

SB 10.15.15
nrtyato gayatah kvapi
 valgato yudhyato mithah
grhita-hastau gopalan
 hasantau prasasamsatuh

Sometimes, as the cowherd boys danced, sang, moved about and playfully fought with each other, Krsna and Balarama, standing nearby hand in hand, would glorify Their friends’ activities and laugh.

SB 10.15.16
kvacit pallava-talpesu
vrksa-mulasrayah sete

Sometimes Lord Krsna grew tired from fighting and lay down at the base of a tree, resting upon a bed made of soft twigs and buds and using the lap of a cowherd friend as His pillow.

The word pallava-talpesu implies that Lord Krsna expanded Himself into many forms and lay down upon the many beds of twigs, leaves and flowers hastily constructed by His enthusiastic cowherd friends.