Radha dasyam, serving Srimati Radharani. And what is Her desire? To see Krishna always happy.

Radha dasyam, serving Srimati Radharani. And what is Her desire? To see Krishna always happy.

Sundarananda Thakura

Sundarananda Thakura

One traditional version says that Radha was an incarnation of the goddess Lakshmi, because she did not wish to be separated from Vishnu as he took the avatar of Krishna. In any case, Radha's love for Krishna is actually a symbol of the constant interplay between the individual soul and the divine. This theme pervades all of the Bhakti movement and also the Sufi tradition

One traditional version says that Radha was an incarnation of the goddess Lakshmi, because she did not wish to be separated from Vishnu as he took the avatar of Krishna. In any case, Radha's love for Krishna is actually a symbol of the constant interplay between the individual soul and the divine. This theme pervades all of the Bhakti movement and also the Sufi tradition

Purushottama Dasa was the son of Sadashiva Kaviraja, a great Devotee of Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. Purushottama dasa was  Stoka Krishna, the cowherd boy in Krishna lila. - See more at: http://gaudiyahistory.com/purushottama-dasa/#sthash.x6DTY7dw.dpuf

Purushottama Dasa was the son of Sadashiva Kaviraja, a great Devotee of Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. Purushottama dasa was Stoka Krishna, the cowherd boy in Krishna lila. - See more at: http://gaudiyahistory.com/purushottama-dasa/#sthash.x6DTY7dw.dpuf

This Art poster is prepared by ISKCON desire tree for the pleasure of Srila Prabhupada and the devotee community.

This Art poster is prepared by ISKCON desire tree for the pleasure of Srila Prabhupada and the devotee community.

One traditional version says that Radha was an incarnation of the goddess Lakshmi, because she did not wish to be separated from Vishnu as he took the avatar of Krishna. In any case, Radha's love for Krishna is actually a symbol of the constant interplay between the individual soul and the divine. This theme pervades all of the Bhakti movement and also the Sufi tradition

One traditional version says that Radha was an incarnation of the goddess Lakshmi, because she did not wish to be separated from Vishnu as he took the avatar of Krishna. In any case, Radha's love for Krishna is actually a symbol of the constant interplay between the individual soul and the divine. This theme pervades all of the Bhakti movement and also the Sufi tradition

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