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Shri Radha's Baal LIlA

Hare KRshNa
dandavat praNAm to all

Baal KRshNa is all over the place, but what about Baby Radhika?

This poem is so profound - it says Baby Radha saw the moon and wanted to play with it. She was overjoyed on seeing the reflection in a mirror and innocent Baby Radhika tried to hold the moon. She was quite sad and mused quietly when she realized she could not catch the moon.

This is so so profound. Her experience with Her Beloved Moon - KRshNa[Chandra], is just like this, right since infancy.

Not to mention she opened her eyes for the first time to see KRshNa - the baby who came to visit Vrushabhanu and Kirtida and see the Lotus-baby girl who had appeared and whom Vrushabhanu found.

That Radha is none other than KRshNa, as told by shastra, is repeatedly evident each time i gaze at either of Them. Same is happening with this Baby Radha. It is just my KAnhu in feminine rUpa.
I kept clicking on that link all day.

Jaya Radha-Madhava Jaya Kunjabihari