Light of the Bhagavata
Krsna and cowherd friends
Verse 25
The Lord reciprocated the feelings of the inhabitants of the forest of Vrindavana. When there was rainfall, the Lord took shelter at the feet of the trees of in the caves and enjoyed the taste of different fruits with His eternal associates the cowherd boys. He played with them, sat with them, and ate fruits with them.

Light of the Bhagavata was composed in Vrindavana, India in 1961 in response to an
invitation to attend a world conference, the Congress for Cultivating the Human Spirit,
held in Japan. His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada selected this
chapter from one of the main texts of the ancient Vedas of India, the Srimad Bhagavatam,
that describes the autumn season in Vrindavana, as a suitable offering for the Japanese
culture, which is very fond of nature.Since Srila Prabhupada departed from this world
before it was finished, The Bhaktivedanta Book Trust took up the task of completing
this work, engaging the artistic talents of Madame Li Yun Sheng to beautifully illustrate
the philosophical concepts of Bhakti Yoga, the yoga of love and devotion, presented