When the Gopalas were preparing to worship Lord Indra in gratitude for receiving good rains, Krishna tries to reason with them and convince them that the reason they get good rains is not Lord Indra. He tells them how Govardhan parvat in their village is the real reason for the rains, clean cool air, enough fodder for the cattle, herbs for medicines for the villagers and such. He convinces them to worship Govardhan Giri. Lord Indra gets infurtiated listening to this conversation in the prithvi lokam, he punishes the people of Gokul with severe storms that cause heavy devastation. Little Krishna determined to crush Indra's ego, guides people to follow him and lifts the Govardhan parvat on his little finger like an umbrella, so that the villagers, their cattles everyone can take shelter underneath it. Indra realized his folly and makes rose petals shower from the skies as an apology.
In this scene, the dolls included are - young Krishna, three gwalas, two couples, three cows and the Giri (mountain).
Krishna Lifting Govardhana Giri
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