Krishna Saves Radha From the Pain of Separation

Krishna Saves Radha From the Pain of Separation

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Once Radha had experienced the bliss of Rasa (the romantic dance performed by Krishna and milkmaids of Vrindavana and Brij), it was becoming increasingly difficult for her to imagine even a moment without Krishna. Though Radha was married to another man, her divine love for Krishna was beyond the rules of human society. It transcended all mortal definitions and wisdom. This passionate and pure love of Radha constantly faced rebukes, opposition, and restrictions, all of which she overcame, with the power of her love and the aid of her lover.  

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Water Color on PattiFolk Art From The Temple Town Puri (Orissa) Artist: Rabi Behera
17.7 inches X 11.8 inches
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This Pattachitra depicts one of many tales of Radha and Krishna’s love and its victory over the obstacles of the earthly realm. As the story goes, one day, as Radha was heading out to meet Krishna, she was stopped by her mother-in-law, Jatila, who disapproved of Radha’s proximity to Krishna. Radha cried out, pained by the idea of not being able to meet her love. A close friend who was nearby told Jatila, that Radha had been bitten by a snake! Hearing this news, Champakalata, another one of Radha’s Sakhi (friend) came to her relief, accompanied by a young girl. She notified Jatila that the girl was an expert in curing snakebites. Jatila, worried about Radha, quickly chaperoned the girl to her daughter-in-law’s chamber. Little did she know, she was escorting none other than Krishna himself, disguised as a girl, to cure Radha of the most fatal poison there is- the pain of separation from one’s beloved. Against a charming backdrop of vibrant orange sits a gorgeously dressed Radha, on a couch, with an extended foot placed in the lap of Krishna. From their gestures and body language, they seem to be having a conversation. Radha appears bashful, delighted with the arrival of Krishna. The two standing figures are probably Radha’s friends, successful in their goal of uniting the eternal lovers. 

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