Krishna's original pleasure potency, from whom all His internal energies expand. She is His eternal consort in Vrindavana and the most dedicated and beloved of His devotees.
The wife of Krishna. The love between Krishna and the milkmaid Radha sometimes represents the union of the individual soul (Atman) with the world soul (Brahman).
a cowherdess who was the favourite of Lord Krishna and an incarnation of the Goddess Lakshmi, also a Goddess in her own right
the personification of the absolute love for the Divine (the word means adoration and also delight).
A devotee of Lord Krishna
incarnation of Lakshmi as Krishna's beloved milkmaid
Krishna's consort -- the romance of Radha and Krishna is a favorite topic of Indian poets and artists.
name of Krishna's consort, often depicted with him in religious iconography
the God-man Krishna's spouse; a name of the divine Mother
Radha (Devanagari: à¤°à¤¾à¤§à¤¾) is a famous female personality from Hindu, (Vedic) tradition, also known as Radharani, prefixed with the respectful term 'Srimati' by devout followers. Radha is almost always depicted alongside her paramour Krishna, and has a highly prominent feature within the philosophy of today's Gaudiya Vaishnava religions who believe Radha to be the original goddess Lakshmi.