The Goddesses Radha Goddess of Devotion & Love
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Radha starts her career as an ordinary girl, who through her beauty and charm captures forever the wandering heart of the charismatic god Krishna and becomes his beloved goddess.


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She overcomes hurdles through intense affection and unwavering devotion. Radha embodies love that conquers all.   

Although expressed in tender, earthly terms, the undying love that Radha and Krishna share has philosophical underpinnings. Radha represents the devotee, both male and female, and Krishna represents the divine. Radha’s intense love for Krishna symbolises each devotee’s passionate longing for ultimate unification with God.

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Top: Radha and Krishna (detail) Illustration to poems by Shribhatta
India, Rajasthan, Jaipur, c1800 The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland. The John and Berthe Ford Collection
Above: Folio from a series of the Sur Sagar India, Rajasthan, Udaipur, 1700–1710 National Gallery of Victoria. Felton Bequest, 1980
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