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Krishna_Keshi

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English: "Krishna destroys the horse-demon Keshi"(Bhagavata Purana : After Krishna had killed the bull demon Arishta, the divine sage Narada confirms to Kamsa that Krishna is his sister Devaki's child and that the girl-child that Kamsa had killed, mistaking her for the child of Devaki, was in fact the daughter of Yashoda, Krishna's foster-mother. Infuriated at hearing this, Kamsa calls the demon Keshi and orders him to kill Krishna and his brother Balarama )
Date between circa 1800 and circa 1850
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Author Anonymous (Indian)
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