Krishna is mugdha, at the same time sarvajna. Mugdha means Krishna, by His ownsweet will, becomes bewildered when Yashodamayi is punishing Him. He is actually crying; He is actually fearful; He is not just playing a game. That is how He, by His own sweet will, comes under the control of the love of His devotee, and at the same time, He is sarvajna, He is all-knowing. He is reciprocating with the devotees in this world, by giving them mercy. That is the inconceivable nature of Krishna. That is the inconceivable nature of bhakti.
– Radhanath Swami