Radha krishna Marble Statue is a symbol of divine love and sacrifice, they represent the union of the Goddess Radha and her dearest Krishna, the deities that are highly admired and respected in the Hindu Vaishnavite tradition.
If we talk about their devotional relation then Radha is symbolizing the human soul while Krishna is interpreted as God. Together it means the soul that is longing for divine love.
Who is Radha?
Radha is the avatar of the goddess Lakshmi, the female shakti of Lord Vishnu. It is said that Lakshmi is personified on earth as a Radha who is a cow-herding girl in the village of Barsana near Vrindavan.
Radha land on earth 5000 years back. In the Hindu culture after 15 days of Janmashtami Radha Ashtami is celebrated and people believe that fasting and praying this day invite a happy and healthy life ahead.
Radha, the gopi became precious of the Divine Krishna when they lived together among the cowherds of Vrindavan. Even after separation Divine Radha yearns for togetherness with her childhood companion Krishna.
Krishna’s memories and love kept Radha alive, she always waited for Krishna’s return with the cows or siting with him in a forest grove, even after marrying with a different gopa she never replaced Krishna with her soul and heart.
Who is Krishna?
Krishna is the son of Vasudeva and Devaki, who was the sister of Kansa, the cruel ruler of Mathura. Kansa after hearing the prophecy that he will be assassinated by the eighth son of his sister he killed all her earlier children but anyhow the eighth child who was Krishna is saved by Vishnu and brought to the village of Gokul where he was raised up by the chief of shepherds, Nanda and his wife Yashoda.
Krishna is the favorite of all people residing in the village and is always there to protect people from anything that harms them.
Krishna loves to play the flute to fascinate gopis especially Radha, do a prank on them and perform ‘secret dance of divine love’ popularly known as Rasa Leela with them.
To accomplish the task to kill Kansa Krishna returned to Mathura, enduring with the mission he left Vrindavan and make his kingdom at Dwarka where he marries Rukmani.
Krishna also plays the main role in the Mahabharata, the war, that was between two groups of cousins, the Kauravas, and Pandavas, for the throne of Hastinapur.
The significance of RadhaKrishna
Radha krishna Marble Murti has the deep significance their love can’t be compared to any romantic relationship between a man and woman, but their love is considered as the purest form of divine love in the world.
The unimpressible and unconditional love between Radha Krishna can be noticed as the soul that is yearning from the divine and then merging with it. They both represent the love and bond between man and God not any type of sexual feeling but pure love.
After Krishna left Vrindavan to create his kingdom at Dwarka, Radha married gopa and Krishna married Rukmani, they separated but their soul stayed connected.
People believe that to reach Krishna the super-powerful deity your love should be pure like Radha. Radha and Krishna can never be separated and do not exist without each other they are one Radhakrishna.