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History of Radha krishna key Holder

Beautiful Radha krishna Emboss With Cow Under Key Holder For Home And Wall decor

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Contains 5 Metal hooks with enough separation for ease in hanging and picking of keys

A compact key holder with 5 metal hooks, ideal to be placed in the entryway or any wall to hang your keys. Our hanging key organizer makes you never lose your keys. It can ensure your keys are in order, Easy to mount to wall surfaces with proper hardware (mounting hardware included), this shelf complements a variety of decors and is an excellent addition to your entryway in your home

Radha krishna Key Holder

Importance of Radha krishna:


Radha, in Hinduism, the gopi (milkmaid) who became the beloved of the god Krishna during that period of his life when he lived among the gopas (cowherds) of Vrindavan. Radha was the wife of another gopa but was the dearest of Krishna’s consorts and his constant companion. In the bhakti (devotional) movement of Vaishnavism, the female, Radha, is sometimes interpreted as symbolizing the human soul and the male, Krishna, as symbolizing God.

The love of Krishna and Radha has been given expression in the lyrical poetry of many Indian languages, particularly Bengali. The Bengali saint Chaitanya was said to be an incarnation of both Krishna and Radha: he was Krishna on the inside and Radha on the outside. Chaitanya also composed many devotional poems celebrating the divine love, but they have not survived. The Gita Govinda, by Jayadeva, was a favourite source of inspiration for the later Rajasthani and Pahari miniature painters, in whose works Radha is seen waiting for Krishna to return with the cows in the twilight or sitting with him in a forest grove. The bronze images of Krishna playing the flute that are enshrined in temples are often accompanied, particularly in the northern and eastern parts of India, by images of his beloved Radha, and she too is worshipped



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