Hindu God Krishna lifting Govardhan mountain to protect the villagers from the wrath of God of thunder, Indra
The inhabitants of village, Vrindavan worship the god of sky and thunder, Indra, to thank him for rains. But Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Hindu God Vishnu, instead asks everyone to worship mount Govardhan because the mountain attracts cloud and brings rain and also offers herbs and grass. Envied by this, Indra orders clouds to rain unceasingly. Krishna lifts the Govardhan mountain and provides shelter to the villagers from the rain. Indra understands the capability of Krishna and apologizes.
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