"RADHA" IS ALMOST ALWAYS DEPICTED ALONGSIDE KRISHNA AS HIS LOYAL DEVOTEE AND CELESTIAL WIFE. WITH HER EYES CLOSED, SHE FOLLOWS HIM WHEREVER HE TAKES HER, TRUSTING IN HIM COMPLETELY AND GIVING UP HER OWN EGO. SHE IS BOTH HIS DEVOTEE AND HIS EQUAL, ABANDONING HERSELF TO PASSION.
The love story of "Radha-Krishna" has become a legend in the Hindu mythology. The story is believed to have taken place in the" Dwapar Yuga, "when both of them took birth in this world. R"adha "was a cowherdess, who through her beauty and charm captivated the heart of L"ord Krishna" and became his beloved goddess. "Lord Krishna" is considered to be the incarnation of "Lord Vishnu", whose birth was predestined.
"RADHA" SYMBOLIZES THE HUMAN SOUL AS IT MOVES THROUGH ETERNITY, SEEKING UNION WITH THE DIVINE.
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