Srimad-Bhagavatam: Canto 10 - Chapter 1 - Verse 11


बिभ्रद् वेणुं जठरपटयो: श‍ृङ्गवेत्रे च कक्षेवामे पाणौ मसृणकवलं तत्फलान्यङ्गुलीषु ।तिष्ठन् मध्ये स्वपरिसुहृदो हासयन् नर्मभि: स्वै:स्वर्गे लोके मिषति बुभुजे यज्ञभुग् बालकेलि: ॥ ११ ॥


bibhrad veṇuṁ jaṭhara-paṭayoḥ śṛṅga-vetre ca kakṣevāme pāṇau masṛṇa-kavalaṁ tat-phalāny aṅgulīṣutiṣṭhan madhye sva-parisuhṛdo hāsayan narmabhiḥ svaiḥsvarge loke miṣati bubhuje yajña-bhug bāla-keliḥ


Kṛṣṇa is yajña-bhuk — that is, He eats only offerings of yajña — but to exhibit His childhood pastimes, He now sat with His flute tucked between His waist and His tight cloth on His right side and with His horn bugle and cow-driving stick on His left. Holding in His hand a very nice preparation of yogurt and rice, with pieces of suitable fruit between His fingers, He sat like the whorl of a lotus flower, looking forward toward all His friends, personally joking with them and creating jubilant laughter among them as He ate. At that time, the denizens of heaven were watching, struck with wonder at how the Personality of Godhead, who eats only in yajña, was now eating with His friends in the forest.


When Kṛṣṇa was eating with His cowherd boyfriends, a certain bumblebee came there to take part in the eating. Thus Kṛṣṇa joked, “Why have you come to disturb My brāhmaṇa friend Madhumaṅgala? You want to kill a brāhmaṇa. This is not good.” All the boys would laugh and enjoy, speaking such joking words while eating. Thus the inhabitants of the higher planets were astonished at how the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who eats only when yajña is offered, was now eating like an ordinary child with His friends in the forest.