Vasudeva carrying Krishna across Yamuna River.
Vasudeva, the father of Krishna – the eigth incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu – secretly carries new born Krishna from the captivity in Mathura in which Krishna’s parents Vasudeva and Devaki were imprisoned by his uncle Kamsa. Vasudeva crosses the river Yamuna and Vishnu’s servant – Shesha, the primordial snake – sheltering infant Krishna from the rains. After crossing Yamuna, Vasudeva reaches Gokul village and exchanges Krishna with the baby girl of Nanda and Yashoda, who were the heads of he cowherds.
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