Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 25, Text 05

SB 10.25.5

vacalam balisam stabdham
 ajñam pandita-maninam
krsnam martyam upasritya
 gopa me cakrur apriyam
These cowherd men have acted inimically toward me by taking shelter of this ordinary human being, Krsna, who thinks Himself very wise but who is simply a foolish, arrogant, overtalkative child.
According to Srila Sridhara Svami, through the insults of Indra Goddess Sarasvati is actually praising Krsna. The acarya explains: “Vacalam means ‘one who can speak according to Vedic authority.’ Balisam means ‘free from pretension, just like a child.’ Stabdham means that He bows down to no one because there is no one for Him to offer homage to, ajñam means that there is nothing more for Him to know because He is omniscient, pandita-maninam means that He is highly honored by the knowers of the Absolute Truth, and krsnam means He is the Supreme Absolute Truth, whose transcendental form is full of eternity and ecstasy. Martyam means that although He is the Absolute Truth, He nevertheless appears in this world as a human being out of affection for His devotees.”
Indra wanted to rebuke Krsna as vacalam because the Lord had presented many audacious arguments in the line of Karma-mimamsa and Sankhya philosophy even though He did not accept these arguments; thus Indra called the Lord balisa, “foolish.” Indra called Him stabdha because He had spoken boldly even in the presence of His own father. Thus although Indra attempted to criticize Sri Krsna, the Lord’s transcendental character is in fact impeccable, and this chapter will demonstrate how Indra came to recognize the position of the Lord.
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