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Radha Ashtami today: Everything you need to know
Pic credit: istockphoto. Radha Ashtami today: Everything you need to know 

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  • Lord Krishna's consort, Radha was born on the eighth day (Ashtami Tithi), Shukla Paksha (bright phase of the Lunar cycle) in the Bhadrapada
  • As per one of the popular beliefs, Radha is a manifestation of Goddess Lakshmi, the consort of Lord Vishnu
  • Radha represents the finite who blends into the infinite (God, Krishna)

Shri Krishna's consort, Radha, fondly referred to as Radha Rani by devotees, was born on the eighth day (Ashtami Tithi), Shukla Paksha (bright phase of the Lunar cycle) in the Bhadrapada month. And since the date of Radha's birth anniversary is determined as per the Hindu calendar, the date differs every year in the Gregorian calendar. Therefore, this year, Radha Ashtami celebrations shall take place today. And as the festivities begin, read on to know more about this festival, its significance and the vrat katha.,bet india

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Ashtami tithi began at 3:10 PM on September 13 and shall end at 1:09 PM on September 14 (today).,casino roulette wheel

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football match now,As per some scriptures, Radha is one of the manifestations of Goddess Lakshmi, the consort of Lord Vishnu. Moreover, it is also said that she represents Lord Krishna's consciousness. And if one were to have a higher level of understanding, Radha represents the finite who blends into the infinite (God, Krishna). Interestingly, in the Braj Bhoomi (a region associated with Lord Krishna's birth and childhood), people greet each other by chanting "Radhey Radhey" even today. And this only bears testimony to the fact that Radha is inseparable from Krishna.

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According to one of the popular beliefs, Radha was born to Vrishbhanu and his wife Kirti (Kamalavati), residents of a village name Rawal near Gokul. ,deccan rummy login

p2p online games,According to the folklore, Radha was not born in her mother's womb. Instead, she emerged after Kirti worshipped Goddess Yogmaya. 

kuw vs uae,She is said to have appeared when Anuradha Nakshatra prevailed during the noon on the Ashtami Tithi (eighth day), Shukla Paksha (bright phase of the Lunar cycle), Bhadrapada and on Monday (Somwar). 

As per another belief, Radha's mother prayed to Lord Brahma in her previous birth and asked for a boon. She wanted to have Goddess Lakshmi as her daughter. Incidentally, Vrishbhanu found a girl child lying on a lotus in a pond. He took the child home and named her Radha. Kirti was elated, but Radha did not open her eyes until she saw Krishna in Gokul. Interestingly, as per people's belief, Radha was born eleven and a half months before Lord Krishna arrival on earth.,cycling essay

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Devotees observe a fast for the first half of the day and break it only after offering their prayers to Radha during Madhyana (afternoon). And temples dedicated to Radha Krishna get beautifully decorated, and the deities are dressed in garments made of fresh flowers.,first poker game

Radha's feet that otherwise remain covered for the rest of the year are revealed in some shrines. Last but not least, her favourite food preparations are offered to her as bhog, and devotees sing songs that glorify her love for Krishna.,dafabet birthday bonus

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