In one bright moon-lit night Krishna, in absolute ecstasy, played upon his flute with his divine music. From Yamuna's silvery shores the music reached the lanes of Vrindavana and to the ears of gopis. Bewitched gopis headed towards Yamuna, though their husbands obstructed them. They disobeyed their husbands, abandoned the house-hold and reached Yamuna. They danced around Krishna. Each one wished and wanted to be loved and danced with Krishna. Krishna assumed as many forms as were gopis and danced with each single and in group.