Shri Gopal Kavacham is mentioned in Narada Pancharatra. Shri Gopal Kavacham is told to Goddess Parvati by Lord Mahadev. The devotee who recites Shri Gopal Kavacham every day becomes free from all his troubles which are created by his enemies. It is said that Shri Gopal Kavacham is to be recited first and then any pooja of Shri Gopal krishna should be performed to receive the blessings. Though Gopala means a cowherd and is one of the names of Krishna, it could also mean the protector of all beings.
श्रीगणेशाय नमः ॥
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