In Dvapara yuga, the Lord incarnated as Vyasadeva for the benefit of fallen souls in Kali yuga. He divided one Veda into four and taught it to four of His disciples who spread the Vedic knowledge through their disciples. ..
This is in continuation of the previous offering titled, "Govindam Adi Purusham'. We will see how the name Govinda is applicable the Lord's incarnations as the three Ramas (Parasurama, Daasarathy Rama and Balarama).
Once Hiranyaksha, who was all-powerful due to the powers he obtained from his penance, pushed Bhoomidevi into the depths of the ocean. At that time, Lord Hari took the form of a white Boar, vanquished Hiranyaksha, rescued mother Earth on His tusks and reinstated her to her former glory.
At the end of Brahma's day, because Lord Brahma sleeps during the night, annihilation took place, and the three worlds were covered by the water of the ocean. At the end of Brahma's day, when Brahma felt sleepy and desired to lie down, the Vedas were emanating from his mouth, and the great demon named Hayagriva stole the Vedic knowledge.
Once devatas were soundly defeated in their fight with asuras. So they approached Lord Brahma who took them to Svetadipa, where Lord Vishnu was residing and offered bona-fide prayers from the Vedic literature. In response to the prayers, the Lord appeared in person and advised them to churn the ocean of milk.
In this month we have the most auspicious Govardhan puja celebrated all over the world. On Govardhan puja, Lord Krishna arranged for a grand worship of the Govardhan hill. Lord Indra became infuriated with this and inundated the complete Gokula with torrents of rains.
When Jaya and Vijaya are cursed to be born in earth, and they enter the womb of Diti - there was a disturbing situation of darkness everywhere. Seeing this, the demigods approached Lord Brahma to understand the cause of this darkness....
We saw that the most important work is whatever duty we are engaged in at the moment is ordained by the Lord and we can please the Lord by doing that duty nicely. Now we shall see the answers for the remaining questions.
We are all aspiring to be surrendered devotees at the lotus feet of the Lord. But many times we are unable to practically understand what it means to be a surrendered devotee. The following is a letter written by Srila Prabhupada in which he very wonderfully mentions the secret of surrender to Lord Krishna.