Rudeness And Impudence of an Ape named Dvivida Gorilla

Srimad Bhagavatam 10.67.12-13 - Rudeness And Impudence of an Ape named Dvivida Gorilla (download mp3) and (download mp4)
by Radhanath Swami at ISKCON Chowpatty

SB 10.67.12
tasya dharstyam kaper viksya
 tarunyo jati-capalah
hasya-priya vijahasur

When Lord Baladeva’s consorts saw the ape’s impudence, they began to laugh. They were, after all, young girls who were fond of joking and prone to silliness.

SB 10.67.13
ta helayam asa kapir
 bhru-ksepair sammukhadibhih
darsayan sva-gudam tasam
 ramasya ca niriksitah

Even as Lord Balarama looked on, Dvivida insulted the girls by making odd gestures with his eyebrows, coming right in front of them, and showing them his anus.

Srila Prabhupada writes: “The gorilla was so rude that even in the presence of Balarama he began to show the lower part of his body to the women, and sometimes he would come forward to show his teeth while moving his eyebrows.” Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti states that Dvivida would come right up to the women and move about, urinate and so on.