Gopikas (cowherd girls) complaining to Yashoda, the foster mother of Krishna, of his mischief.
The supreme God Vishnu incarnated as Krishna in the Dwapar Yuga played the role (leela) of a mischievous boy in the childhood. Krishna was fond of makhan (butter) in the childhood. He and his cowherd friends used to steal makhan from the pots of Gopikas (cowherd girls). He used to offer the butter to his friends who were poor and couldn’t have butter. Looking at Krishna’s mischief, the Gopikas went to Yashoda and complained about her son’s doings. The Gopikas, however, considered them fortunate of seeing this little Krishna’s play (Leela).