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Krishna and Radha on a swing with gopi’s

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KRISHNA AND RADHA
ON A SWING WITH GOPIS


Inspiration: Jayadeva was a well-known poet and a devotee of Lord Krishna. In his lyrical poem Geeta Govind, he describes with striking eloquence the spiritual love felt for Krishna by Radha and the Gopis of Brindavan.

Krishna the lovable flautist, is seen on a swing here along with Radha and other adoring Gopis all around. Krishna is the ideal lover, graceful, charming and sensitive; passionate but not lustful, demanding but not aggressive. The idyllic Brindavan provides the perfect setting for the sweet love of Krishna and Radha, which translates into a divine ecstatic dance of the lovers. It is where the lyrical Yamuna flows, peacocks dance in ecstatic joy, birds sing passionately, flowers bloom and whisper words of love, winding creepers caress the trunks of trees as a lover embraces her beloved, bees dance while singing love songs, cows are drawn to the melody of the divine flute and the fragrant sandalwood winds intoxicate the senses.
Krishna’s persona was so sensual yet so spiritual. So passionate yet so tender, such is the love of the divine.

 
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