"When Krishna sees that the peacocks are dancing for His pleasure, He reciprocates by dancing with them. Krishna wanted to serve the peacocks by pleasing them. And as the peacocks and Krishna were dancing, seeing their ecstatic dance the flute in Krishna’s hands began to play on its own. In this way all the peacocks and other animals on Govardhan began to dance with Krishna on the sweet melodies of Krishna’s flute.
Krishna kept the peacock feather on top of His head indicating that He accepted their love. This represents that Krishna is always subordinate to the love of His devotees."
- HH Radhanath Swami
"In whatever way My devotees surrender unto Me, I reward them accordingly. Everyone follows My path in all respects, O son of Pṛthā."
- Sri Chaitanya Charitramrit Adi Leela 4.178
Time and again we too have had divine interventions in our life, where we felt the divine presence of Lord in our life. In such moments, our faith in Lord increased by leaps and bounds as it was affirmed to us that He takes care of us.
I request all the devotees to share their wonderful experiences of Krishna reciprocating with them.
Sri Sri Radha Gopinath Ki Jai !!
Sri Sri Gaur Nitai Ki Jai !!
Srila Prabhupada Ki Jai !!
Srila Guru Deva Ki Jai !!