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Radha and Krishna Statues
Krishna Radha Hindu Consorts
radha krishna statue Krishna Radha Statue

The Lord Krishna holds his golden flute as this loving Hindu couple is portrayed in classic cold cast bronze. Harmony in relationship is highlighted here in this 10.5 inches high statue of considerable weight and substance. Large enough for indoor gardens or altars focused on the balance between male and female.

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Hindu God of Love and Divine Joy

10 inches high / 25.4 cm

cold cast bronze



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High Quality,100% red rubber mounted on straight-sided hardwood blocks with a thick rubber sponge between the image and the block.
2.25 inches x 1.25 inches


Radha, also called Radhika, Radharani and Radhikarani, is the childhood friend and lover of Krishna in the Bhagavata Purana, and the Gita Govinda of the Vaisnava traditions of Hinduism.

Radha is almost always depicted alongside Krishna and features prominently within the theology of today's Gaudiya Vaishnava religion, which regards Radha as the original Goddess or Shakti.

Radha is also the principal object of worship in the Nimbarka Sampradaya, as Nimbarka, the founder of the tradition, declared that Radha and Krishna together constitute the absolute truth.

Radha's relationship with Krishna is given in further detail within texts such as the Brahma Vaivarta Purana, Garga Samhita and Brihad Gautamiya tantra.
Radha is often referred to as Rādhārānī or "Radhika" in speech, prefixed with the respectful term 'Srimati' by devout followers. Radha is one of the most important incarnations of Goddess Lakshmi.

Radha's Story

Radha is the principle consort of Lord Krishna. She appeared originally as a result of the prayers of the Vindyachala Hills (personified), who after seeing Parvati (Shiva's consort), the daughter of the Himalayan Mountains, desired to have a daughter who is more beautiful and whose consort could defeat Lord Shiva.

"It is described in Bhagavata Purana how after Durga (the daughter born of Yasoda and switched by Vasudev with Krishna at birth) was offered to King Kamsa in place of Krishna, she cursed Kamsa and then flew away to take residence in Vindyachala Hills (the present day temple of Vindyachala Devi remains to this day in Mirzapur, UP). That was because 15 days later, Radharani (Adi-Laksmi) was to appear there.

Kamsa dispatched Putana to Vindhyachala to capture any newly born children in the event that Krishna might appear there, as Krishna was prophesized to kill His uncle, Kamsa. Radharani appeared with her sister Chandravali and other gopis, and Putana snatched them and on her way back to Mathura as she was flying Radharani became excessively heavy as they passed over Rawal. At that time Radhrani's mother Kirtida was praying for a daughter, and just then Radharani dropped from the sky into a large lotus flower. Kirtida retrieved her and accepted her as her daughter.

When Krishna killed the Putana demon as a 15 day old baby, the other gopis were retrieved from Putana's dead body by Purnamasi devi who placed them in various foster homes. Radharani was given to Brishabanu Maharaja and her sister Chandravali got separated and her identity as her sister became hidden. Chandravali became Radharani's chief rival for Krishna's affection. (Narrated in Lalita-Madhava by Srila Rupa Gosvami, the chief of Lord Caitanya's disciples)

Radharani's father, Brishabanu Maharaja, had his palace in Barshana and that is where she grew up, but there is no indication that this was her birthplace.
There are a number of accounts of her parentage. Her father was the king of cowherds called Vrsabhanu. Vrsabhanu was a partial incarnation of Lord Narayana while her mother Kalavati was a partial incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi.

Her worship is especially prominent in Vrindavan, the place where Krishna is said to have lived. Wherein Her importance surpasses even the importance of Krishna. Radha's love for Krishna is held within Gaudiya Vaishnavism as the most perfect primarily because of its endless and unconditional nature. Thus she is the most important friend of Krishna, 'His heart and soul', and His 'hladini-shakti' (mental companion potency).

In the Brihad-Gautamiya Tantra, Radharani is described as follows: "The transcendental goddess Srimati Radharani is the direct counterpart of Lord Sri Krishna. She is the central figure for all the goddesses of fortune. She possesses all the attractiveness to attract the all-attractive Personality of Godhead. She is the primeval internal potency of the Lord."

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