Dvivida and Balarama

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Dvivida, the gorilla, was a dear friend of Bhaumasura who had been killed by Krishna. To avenge the death of his friend, he decided to destroy Dwarka.

He kidnapped young girls, killed sages, and set fire to villages. One day while uprooting a mountain, the melodious sounds of the flute reached his ears. Following the sound, he went to a cave and discovered Balarama playing the flute for the gopis.

Balarama and DividaDvivida decided to create some mischief there. He created all sorts of noise, made faces at Balarama, and broke tree branches. Balarama decided to teach him a lesson.

He took his club and attacked Dvivida. The gorilla pulled out a huge oak tree and went charging at Balarama. Balarama crushed the tree with his feet.

Balarama then launched a blow on his face. Dvivida's jaw shook and all his teeth fell out. Then with another punch of his powerful fist Balaram killed the animal.

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