Lord Krishna slaying the cow demon.
During the childhood, Krishna, Balarama and the other cowherd boys were grazing their calves. Unknown to everyone, a demon named Vatsasura assumed the form of a calf and entered the group of calves. Krishna knew that the demon was sent by his maternal uncle Kansa – who had kept his parents Vasudeva and Devaki as captive in prison – to harm him. Krishna caught hold of the demon by his legs and swung him in the air and threw him, thereby slaying the demon.
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