A pastime as told by Bhaktivedanta Narayana Maharaja:
Once Srimati Radhika was in maan – She became upset with Lord Krsna and refused to meet with Him. The days were passing and Krsna became very desperate to meet with Her, but it was not possible. In His desperation, He disguised Himself as a brahmana brahmacari, wearing wooden shoes and taking a book underneath His arm. In this way He came “begging” in the area of Radha’s home.
At that time Jatila devi had not bathed, and being in an impure condition she could not give alms to Him. She told Srimati Radhika, “You should give Him alms, because if a saintly person comes to one’s house and leaves empty-handed, a great calamity will fall upon that house. Our cows will become weak and die, and many problems will come.” Ordered by Her mother to give Him something, Srimati Radhika took a golden plate, and on this golden plate She placed some flour and other ingredients. Covering Her face with Her veil She went to the door of the house with Her sakhis, where that brahmana beggar was waiting. Sri Krsna said, “I have not come to beg for these things, but rather I have come to beg one jewel. I want You to place in my bag the jewel of Your sulky mood.”
When Srimati Radhika heard these words She recognized the identity of that beggar. She smiled very slightly, which meant that Her maan was broken. Smiling, She turned that plate of flour, dahl and other ingredients upside down on the head of Sri Krsna and quickly went back inside the house.
Who was that person suffering and burned by the sulky mood of Srimati Radhika?
isvarah paramah krsnah
anadir adir govindah