Sometimes Krishna & Balarama would enter the homes of the gopis & steal butter, milk & curd. They would eat & drink & feed the monkeys until they had their bellies full. Thus the gopis would complain to Mother Yashoda about Krishna's activities. Actually the gopis were so attracted to Krishna,that they could not chastise Him. They simply enjoyed discussing & hearing about His activities.
Ch.11: Bakāsura appeared & attacked Kṛṣṇa with his pointed, sharp beaks & quickly swallowed Him up. But when the Bakāsura demon was swallowing up Kṛṣṇa, he felt a burning fiery sensation in his throat. The demon quickly threw Kṛṣṇa up and tried to kill Him by pinching Him in his beaks. Krishna caught hold of the beaks of the great gigantic duck and, bifurcated his mouth, just as a child very easily splits a blade of grass.
When Kṛṣṇa saved the inhabitants of Vṛndāvana from the wrath of Indra by lifting Govardhana Hill, a surabhi cow from Goloka Vṛndāvana, as well as King Indra from the heavenly planet, appeared before Him. Indra, the King of heaven, was conscious of his offense before Kṛṣṇa; therefore he stealthily appeared before Him from a secluded place. He immediately fell down at the lotus feet of Kṛṣṇa, although his own crown was dazzling like sunshine.
Upon hearing the sound of the falling fruits, the demon Dhenukāsura, who was living there in the form of an ass, began to approach with great force. The demon appeared first before Balarāma and began to kick His chest with his hind legs. At first, Balarāma did not say anything, but the demon with great anger began to kick Him again more vehemently. This time Balarāma immediately caught hold of the legs of the ass with one hand and, wheeling him around, threw him into the treetops.
Ch.1 The Advent of Lord Krishna: "Kamsa was driving the chariot and controlling the reins with his left hand, but as soon as he heard the omen that his sister's eighth child would kill him, he gave up the reins, caught hold of his sister's hair, and with his right hand took up a sword to kill her.
Kṛṣṇa was very expert in playing the flute, and the gopīs were captivated by the sound vibration, which was not only attractive to them, but to all living creatures who heard it. One of the gopīs told her friends, "The highest perfection of the eyes is to see Kṛṣṇa and Balarāma entering the forest and playing Their flutes and tending the cows with Their friends."