How Yogamaya Bhagwati aids Chandrasena in removing his delusions by enlightening him about Sri Radha’s satiation, Sri Radhakrishna’s beautiful union at Tamalkunj, and the love of the sakhis on the Indus.
The two types of relationships that Radha and Krishna enjoy are Svakiya (marriage relationship) and Parakiya (love without any societal limitations). When Radha questioned Krishna about why he couldn’t wed her, Krishna responded, “Marriage is a union of two souls. How can I marry myself when you and I are one soul? These conditions are mentioned in several Hindu literature.
Before departing Vrindavan, Krishna secretly wed Radha in front of Brahma in the Bhandirvan forest, according to the Sanskrit books Brahma Vaivarta Purana and the Garga Samhita. The Radha Krishna Vivah Sthali, Bhandirvan, the location of Radha Krishna’s wedding, is still standing on the outskirts of Vrindavan. According to the legend from the Brahma Vaivarta Purana, Radha has always been Krishna’s celestial wife. Radha Krishna’s marriage, however, was kept a secret in order to prioritise Parakiya relationships (love without a social grounding) above Svakiya relationships (married relationships).
|Books name||Sati Pariksha/ ସତୀ ପରୀକ୍ଷା|
|Author||Baisnaba Charana Das|
|No Of pages||7|