Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 25, Text 20

SB 10.25.20

athaha bhagavan gopan
 he ’mba tata vrajaukasah
yathopajosam visata
 giri-gartam sa-go-dhanah
The Lord then addressed the cowherd community: O Mother, O Father, O residents of Vraja, if you wish you may now come under this hill with your cows.
Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura provides the following insight in this regard: Ordinarily a large cowherd community, which included many thousands of cows, calves, bulls and so on, could not fit under the base of a medium-sized hill like Sri Govardhana. However, because the hill was in ecstasy, being touched by the hand of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, it acquired inconceivable power and even felt the hundreds of deadly thunderbolts thrown upon its back by angry Indra to be offerings of soft, fragrant flowers. At times Sri Govardhana was not even aware that the thunderbolts were striking. From the Hari-vamsa the acarya has also quoted Sri Krsna Himself as saying, trai-lokyam apy utsahate raksitum kim punar vrajam: “Sri Govardhana can give shelter to all the three worlds, what to speak of the simple land of Vraja.”
When Indra’s attack began and Krsna lifted the hill, the deer, wild hogs, and other animals and birds standing on the hill’s flanks climbed up to its peaks, and even they did not experience the slightest distress.
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