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Radha Krishna Introduction

1. Radha is almost always depicted alongside Krishna and regarded as the original Goddess or Shakti.

2. Radha's relationship with Krishna is given in further detail within texts such as the Brahma Vaivarta Purana, Garga Samhita and Brihad Gautamiya tantra.

3. Radha is the most important gopi in Raas(Special kind of dance) with Lord Krishna.

4. Radha is regarded as an incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi

5. Radha was the daughter of Vrishbhanu.

Krishna Radha's Childhood

Krishna Radha Childhood

1. In the story of Krishna, as told in the Mahabharata and the Bhagavata Purana, he spends much of his childhood in the company of young cow-herd girls, called Gopis in the village of Madhuvan.

2. Within the Bhagavata Purana, Radha is not mentioned by name but is alluded to within the tenth chapter of the text as one of the gopis whom Krishna plays with during his upbringing as a young boy.

3. Krishna left Vrindavan for Mathura at the age of 10 years and 7 months according to Bhagavata Purana. So Radha is assumed to be also 10 years old or less when Krishna left Vrindavan.

Krishna Radha are One Soul !

Krishna Radha One Soul1

Krishna thinks of Radha1. They were not together! They did not get married! They never saw each other again after the age of 10!

2. People might think this is no love story! This is a tragedy!

3. What they don’t understand, is that Love isn’t about being married or being with someone.

4. Love is being connected from the soul. That’s exactly what Radha and Krishna had.

Radha thinks of Krishna5. They thought about each other every moment of their lives that they became one being in two bodies.

6. Because Radha’s love was so pure, she achieved God Status!

7. Whenever you hear the flute play or see a dance, Radha and Krishna are there invisibly enjoying themselves, too.

8. They are in Heaven together now as one entity.

9. You cannot say Krishna without saying Radha, and you cannot say Radha without thinking of Krishna. That is how strong their love is.

10. Their love is an undying flame that will continue to burn. Just so beautiful!

11. Radha is a Goddess in her own right. Without her, Krishna is incomplete.

12. She was the medium through which Krishna could be realized.

13. Metaphysically, Radha came to represent the truth of our soul, the unexpressed, unrequited longings of our heart, suppressed by social realities, which cries out to Krishna.

14. Krishna acknowledges this truth of our being, that society denies, each time he dances with Radha at night, outside the village of Vrindavan, in secret.

Krishna Radha's Love is Spiritual

Krishna Radha Spiritual Love

1. The reciprocation of love between Radha and Krishna is the essence of spiritual love.

2. Because Krishna is the origin of everything, He is the origin of love also.

3. The attraction between boys and girls in the material world is a perverted reflection of the purely spiritual relationship between Radha and Krishna.

4. One who thinks he can be happy through material sexual enjoyment cannot understand the relationship between Radha and Krishna; and, conversely, if one hears about Radha and Krishna from a bona fide spiritual master, his material sexual desires evaporate.

5. In the material world, although one may profess true love, inwardly one’s real desire is to enjoy his own senses. We love someone as long as he or she satisfies our senses, and when such sensual pleasure dwindles, the so-called love dwindles with it. Thus the love affair ends in separation or divorce.

6. But pure devotees of Krishna on the spiritual platform have no desires to please themselves. They desire only true unalloyed love.

7. Great devotional service is under the control of Srimati Radharani. She is the presiding Deity of devotional service. Because She is very merciful, devotees especially take advantage of Her merciful nature to attain the service of Krishna. Indeed, although engagement is pure devotional service is rarely achieved, one can achieve it very easily by the grace of Srimati Radharani.

8. Bhagavad-gita confirms that those who are truly mahatmas, great souls, take shelter of Krishna’s daivi prakrti, or spiritual energy—Srimati Radharani. This devotional service is not an activity of the material world; it is fully spiritual because it is directly under the control of Krishna’s spiritual energy—Srimati Radharani.

9. To perform devotional service, one should follow in the footsteps of Srimati Radharani by performing pure devotional service to Krishna, without any concern for material profit. But one should not worship Krishna alone. Krishna is not complete without Srimati Radharani, as the sun is not complete without the sunshine. One should therefore worship both Radha and Krishna, for together They are the complete Absolute Truth.

10. Srimati Radharani has the vision of a most highly elevated devotee. Thus She sees everyone equally. If anyone approaches Her to serve Krishna, even if he is the most fallen, She immediately bestows Her mercy upon him by recommending to Krishna, “Oh, Krishna, here is a devotee. He is better than Me.” Because Srimati Radharani is always absorbed in thought of Krishna, She is very dear to Krishna. Therefore if one tries in this way to reach Krishna through Radharani, he will surely be successful.

11. Srimati Radharani, the tenderhearted female counterpart of Lord Krishna, represents His compassionate nature. Therefore the spiritual master, who compassionately appears in the material world for the sake of the fallen souls, is considered a representative of Srimati Radharani. By the mercy of the spiritual master, one can obtain the mercy of Krishna. There is no alternative means for success. Without the mercy of the spiritual master, one cannot make any progress in devotional service. This is the opinion of all bona fide authorities on devotional life.

A beautiful song that captures Radha's Thinking

आन मिलो आन मिलो श्याम सांवरे, आन मिलो
बृज में अकेली राधे खोई खोई फिरे

वृन्दावन की गलियां में तुम बिन जियरा न लागे
निस दिन तुमरी बाट निहारे व्याकुल नैन अभागे
अजहूँ ऐसी दशा है मन की का हुई है फिर आगे रे
बृज में अकेली राधे खोई खोई फिरे, ओ कान्हा आन मिलो
आन मिलो आन मिलो श्याम सांवरे, आन मिलो

अज न काहे जमुना तीरे मुरली मधुर बजाई ,
अज न काहे सखिया के संग हिल मिल रास रचाई ,
हमरा आँगन छोड़ के तोहे कौन नगरिया भाई रे
बृज में अकेली राधे खोई खोई फिरे, ओ कान्हा आन मिलो
आन मिलो आन मिलो श्याम सांवरे, आन मिलो

अजहू जो न भेजे मोहन तिने कोई खबरिया
हो गई है इ बृज के बाला रो रो कर बावरिया
धीर बंधा जा मुख दिखला जा नटनागर सावंरिया रे
बृज में अकेली राधे खोई खोई फिरे, ओ कान्हा आन मिलो
आन मिलो आन मिलो श्याम सांवरे, आन मिलो




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