Srimad-Bhagavatam: Canto 11 - Chapter 1 - Verse 2-4


इन्द्रो मरुद्भ‍िर्भगवानादित्या वसवोऽश्विनौ ।ऋभवोऽङ्गिरसो रुद्रा विश्वे साध्याश्च देवता: ॥ २ ॥गन्धर्वाप्सरसो नागा: सिद्धचारणगुह्यका: ।ऋषय: पितरश्चैव सविद्याधरकिन्नरा: ॥ ३ ॥द्वारकामुपसञ्जग्मु: सर्वे कृष्णदिद‍ृक्षव: ।वपुषा येन भगवान् नरलोकमनोरम: ।यशो वितेने लोकेषु सर्वलोकमलापहम् ॥ ४ ॥


indro marudbhir bhagavānādityā vasavo ’śvinauṛbhavo ’ṅgiraso rudrāviśve sādhyāś ca devatāḥ


The powerful Lord Indra, along with the Maruts, Ādityas, Vasus, Aśvinīs, Ṛbhus, Aṅgirās, Rudras, Viśvedevas, Sādhyas, Gandharvas, Apsarās, Nāgas, Siddhas, Cāraṇas, Guhyakas, the great sages and forefathers and the Vidyādharas and Kinnaras, arrived at the city of Dvārakā, hoping to see Lord Kṛṣṇa. By His transcendental form, Kṛṣṇa, the Supreme Lord, enchanted all human beings and spread His own fame throughout the worlds. The Lord’s glories destroy all contamination within the universe.


The Personality of Godhead descends within the material world to assist the demigods in the cosmic management; thus the demigods can normally see such forms of the Lord as Upendra. However, here it is indicated that although accustomed to seeing various Viṣṇu expansions of the Lord, the demigods were specifically eager to see the most beautiful form of the Lord as Kṛṣṇa. Deha-dehi-vibhāgaś ca neśvare vidyate kvacit: there is no distinction between the Supreme Lord and His personal body. The jīva soul is different from his body, but the beautiful, transcendental form of the Lord is identical with the Lord in all respects.