KUBJA Ganika, deformed Kubja and the sinner Ajamila were emancipated. (Gauri Cheti Namdev, p. 345) Kubja was a deformed young female servant of Kansa. She met Krishna and Balarama on the highway of Mathura, carrying a pot of perfumed ointment. Krishna sportively asked her about the contents of the pot. She replied mirthfully that she was carrying a pot of perfume. Krishna wanted some of the substance, which was gladly given for the use of both the young men.

Though her body was crooked, she was made perfectly straight by Krishna. When the deformity was removed, she appeared to be a very beautiful woman. Being full of gratitude, she invited Krishna to her house. Krishna promised to visit her some other time.

References :

1. Kohli,Surindar Singh ed,Dictionary of Mythological References in Guru Granth Sahib 1993