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Krishna Painting the Hands of Radha

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Krishna and Radha representing the union of the Divine (Krishna) with the adoring human soul (Radha), Rajasthan - Kishangarh, India; 1750 CE Opaque watercolor and gold on cotton Photographed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Radha offers pan to Krishna. Indian, Pahari about 1725. Object Place: Bahu-Jammu area, Punjab Hills, Northern India.

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Radha & Krishna

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Rasamandala, the circle dance of Krishna and the gopis. Jaipur, India 1750.

Lord Krishna Kidnapping Rukmini

Brahmā addressed Lord Kṛṣṇa as Acyuta because the Lord is never forgetful of a little service rendered by His devotee. He is so kind and affectionate towards His devotees that a little service by them is accepted by Him as a great deal. Brahmā has certainly rendered much service to the Lord. As the supreme personality in charge of this particular universe, he is, without a doubt, a faithful servant of Kṛṣṇa; therefore he could appease Kṛṣṇa.

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Krishna and Radha with her Sakhis dancing the Rasa Lila. Radha and Krishna dancing the 'Rasa-Lila' along with the 'Gopis'. This dance-form is attached with the love between Lord Krishna with the milk-maids (Gopis) of his village and his consort Radha in the Braj region of Uttar Pradesh [India] in and around Mathura and Vrindaban, and towns that are in someway or other attached to Lord Krishna and his times. Jaipur, India 19th C.