Radha Krishna

My recent trip to Jaipur was truly cultureful. Is that a word? Cultureful? I don't think so. Whatever! I have expressed what I mean to say :) One of the culturally touching parts was a show where I photographed the very beautiful Radha Krishna in an epic pose. What a beauty! I don't think it is possible for any Indian to see this scene and not have goosebumps.

Radha Krishna

For those who don't know Radha Krishna… In the ancient times Radha Krishna made a great couple. Krishna is a god in Indian mythology who is an incarnation of lord Vishnu. Radha was his love from childhood. The couples of India who look great together are compared with Radha Krishna. It is an eternal love that Radha Krishna shared with each other. It is said that Radha Krishna are still there in Vrindavan, and that their dance at night in Madhuban [forest with honey] is such a bright scene that people who see it get blind! It is a mystery and a great magic.

Do you know that there is an art style named Madhubani? It originates from Bihar. You may like to see some amazing Madhubani art by Megha in the following links…

Free Hand Madhubani Painting
Madhubani Painting: WIP
Color Pencils- Madhubani Painting Completed
Acrylic Painting: Madhubani Sun

13 comments :

  1. Well, you and Megha are one beautiful couple, too.

    I like the word you've coined - cultureful. It is excellent.

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  2. @ RNSANE: Thank you so much Carmen :)

    @ Joy: Glad you liked it :)

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  3. Awesome and beautiful :)

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  4. @ Krisno: Thank you Krisno :) Did you note that your name may have its origin there?!

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  5. Thank you Bhavesh. Nice post.

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  6. @ cyclopseven: My pleasure! :)

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  7. Attention: GOSL
    Date: Tuesday, 09th August 2011

    The notes I found for Radha - Krishna are to be inferred for the records and files. I met touch the green green grass of home. The Vrindavan is the village in the remote the young are Radha and Krishna. The habital, the grasslands, the cow herd, the relationships and the transitions as per the call for one and the growth for the other. The habitat once and the habitat once again would be the back drop and the parameter for the growth.
    God bless you
    Kalaranji Maheswaran
    Freelance Research and Development for the systems and its organization

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  8. Hi Bhavesh, I stumbled across your blog by chance and liked the site very much. It's very inspiring and spiritual. All glories and blessing unto your soul.

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  9. @ Anonymous [Kalaranji Maheswaran]: Thank you for your valuable input.

    @ Bharat's pride: Thank you so much :)

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  10. Wonderful job in making the best blog ever, thanks for the good work. Krsna

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