Draupati's surrender ?
I have a question and request someone to enlighten me with it.
When the Kauravas tried to disrobe Draupati first she asked help from her husbands, then the king Dhritrashtra, then great personalities like Bhishma, Drona etc but all failed. Finally when she was just being disrobed she was so helpless that she called out to Krishna and got saved. It is said that our surrender should be like Draupadi where we should call out to Krishna in a helpless mood.
Now our acharyas have said that when Draupati asked others for help Krishna did not save her because it meant that she was more dependent on others than Krishna. Therefore our acharyas have said that we should learn from this pastime and not ask material people for help rather ask Krishna for help directly in a mood of surrender like Draupati.
However I am seeing something much positive in this pastime which may go against what our acharyas have said so I ask for forgiveness for any offenses. Actually we can learn from this pastime that like Draupati we should try our best not to harass Lord Krishna for our material problems. Therefore like Draupati first we should try our best to solve our problems and if everything fails then it is natural that one will become helpless and call out to Krishna in the mood of surrender. If it is said that Draupati should have called out to Krishna from the beginning without asking help from someone else then she could have asked for Krishna's help right in the beginning when she was being pulled out by her hair (first she was pulled out by the hair in the assembly where the Kauravas were then an attempt to disrobe her was made). However won't it mean that the moment a material problem starts and if we harass Krishna for help then it is more like we are chanting for the fulfillment of our material desires rather than love of God. Therefore I request someone to let me know that why is Draupati criticized for asking help from her husbands ?