The setting is Gokul, atown in Braj, Krishna's birthplace. There Shri Vallabhacharya is wondering how to reunite souls with their Lord. The rays of the afternoon sun diminish, the atmosphere cools as the rippling waters of the Yamuna river mingle with sandalwood fragnant forestbreezes. Singing birds and the russles of the new leaves awaken joy in the heart. Passing by the Brahmachokar tree, Shri Vallabhacharya, accompanied by his disciple Damala, reaches the banks o the Yamuna. Her pure dark waters are the embodiment of grace. Devotional songs gently fill the air of Gokul. Devotees absorbed in perfect mood narrate to each other Krishna's divine sportings.
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