1) Most prominent servants of Lord Krsna:
(These servants carry Krishna's venu and murali flutes, buffalo-horn bugle, stick, rope and other paraphernalia.)
|01. Bhangura||02. Brngara||03. Sandhika||04. Grahila|
|05. Raktaka||06. Patraka||07. Patri||08. Madhukantha|
|09. Madhuvrata||10. Salika||11. Talika||12. Mali|
|13. Mana||14. Maladhara|
2) Betel nut Servants of Lord Krsna:
|01. Pallva||02. Mangala||03. Phulla||04. Komala|
|05. Kapila||06. Suvilasa||07. Vilasaksa||08. Rasala|
|09. Rasasali||10. Jambula|
3) Servants Who Provide Aromatic Substances:
|01. Sumanah||02. Kusumollasa||03. Puspahara||04. Hara|
|01. Premakanda||02. Mahagandha||03. Sairindhra||04. Madhu|
|05. Kandala||06. Makaranda|
5) Maidservants of Lord Krsna:
|01. Dhanistha||02. Candanakala||03. Gunamala||04. Ratiprabha|
|05. Taruni||06. Induprabha||07. Sobha||08. Rambha|
|09. Kurangi||10. Bhrngari||11. Sulamba||12. Alambika|
6) Spies of Lord Krsna:
|01. Catura||02. Carana||03. Dhiman||04. Pesala|
7) Gopa Messengers of Lord Krsna:
|01. Visarada||02. Tunga||03. Vavaduka||04. Manorama|
8) Gopi Messengers of Lord Krsna:
|01. Paurnamasi||02. Vira||03. Vrinda||04. Vamsi|
|05. Nandimukhi||06.Vrindarika||07. Mela||08. Murali|
9) Other servants:
Payoda and Varida are the most important of the servants engaged in carrying water for Lord Krishna.
Saranga, Sumukha, Durlabha, Ranjana and Bakula are the most important of the servants engaged in expertly washing Lord Krishna's laundry.
Vimala and Komala are engaged in various services such as caring for the Lord's kitchen.
Svaccha, Susila and Praguna are engaged in various services, such as caring for the Lord's hair, massaging Him, giving Him a mirror and
guarding over His treasury.
Sobhana and Dipana provide lamps for the Lord.
Sudhakara Sudhanada and Sananda play the mrdanga for Krishna's satisfaction.
Vicitrarava and Madhurarava are the leaders of the talented an virtuous poets who compose prayers glorifying Sri Krishna, while Candrahasa,
Induhasa and Candramukha are leaders of the servants who dance for the Lord's satisfaction.
Kalakantha, Sukantha, Sudhakantha, Bharata, Sarada, Vidyavilasa, Sarasa and others are learned in the arts of all kinds of literary composition.
Raucika is the tailor who sews clothes for the Lord.
Punyapunja and Bhagyarasi are the two sweepers who clean the area around Krishna's home.
Rangana and Tankana are goldsmiths who make ornaments for the Lord. Pavana and Karmatha are potters who make drinking vessels and jugs for
Vardhaki and Vardhamana are carpenters who serve the Lord by building carts, couches and other objects. Sucitra nd Vicitra are talented artists
who paint pictures for the Lord.
Kunda, Kanthola and Karanda are craftsmen who make ropes, churning rods, axes, baskets, balances for carrying heavy objects and various other