So the point is that superficially it may appear sometimes against the social and religious rules and regulations, but if it is done for Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a, ÄnukÅ«lyena... Bhakti means ÄnukÅ«lyena ká¹›á¹£á¹‡Änu-Å›Ä«lanam [Cc. Madhya 19.167]. Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a should be satisfied. That is... It doesn't matter. Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a should be satisfied.
Just like Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a pretended that He was sick, and many physicians came. He said, "No physician cured Me. If some devotee gives Me the dust of his feet on My head, then I can be cured." So all devotees were asked, and nobody... "Oh! How can I give? My dust on the head of Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a? How it is possible?" Nobody prepared. Then Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a asked that "Go to Vá¹›ndÄvana. Just ask the gopÄ«s if they can give. They are My best friends. If they are prepared? Oh, I am very much suffering from headache."
So nobody was prepared to go... As soon as gopÄ«s were approached: "Oh, Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a is sick. They want, oh, dust of...?" Immediately: "Please take. Please take." She did not care that "We are going to hell by offering our dust of feet on the head of Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a. Never mind. We shall go. Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a will be happy. That's all. Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a will be happy."
This is gopÄ«. It doesn't matter the whole world is going to hell, but if Ká¹›á¹£á¹‡a is satisfied, a devotee's prepared to do that. That is, that is called uttama bhakti.