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  1. When the inhabitants of Vrindavana heard that Krishna had killed the terrible Aristasura demon (who appeared in the shape of a bull) they all rushed to the spot in a jubilant mood. Srimati Radharani and Her girlfriends also arrived at the scene and upon hearing that Krishna had killed a bull, became very upset and refused to associate with Him. Krishna pleaded with Radharani that since Aristasura was actually a demon in the disguise of a bull, there was no sin in killing him. Radharani informed Her beloved Syamasundara that in order to purify Himself from cow-killing, He would have to take His bath in all the holy places of the universe and then only would She associate with Him again. Krishna agreed to Radharani’s proposal, but instead of taking the trouble of traveling to all the holy places in the universe to take bath, Krishna informed Her that He would instead call all the holy places in the universe to Vrindavana. Striking His heel into the ground, Krishna made a very large impression and then called all the holy places of the universe to pour their sacred waters in to the newly-made kunda. One by one all the holy places arrived in their personified forms. Offering their prayers to Krishna they all poured their waters into the kunda and filled it up. Just to please Radharani, Krishna took His bath in the newly formed kunda that then became celebrated as Syama-kunda. Exhibiting transcendental arrogance in having created such a beautiful pond, filled with the sacred waters of all the holy places in the universe, Krishna began teasing Radharani and the gopis. He said that because they were only simple village girls they must have never performed any religious duties in this world for the pleasure of the demigods. Krishna also informed them that because they sided with the demon Aristasura, in the form of a bull, they would have to share the sin of cow-killing, and must also take bath to purify themselves. Feeling the pinch of Krishna’s joking words, Radharani suddenly exhibited Her transcendental anger and seeing a deep impression of Aristasura’s hoof print nearby, broke one of Her bangles and using it as a digging instrument, started to dig in the soft earth. Upon seeing this, the gopis also broke their bangles and started digging. Within a short time a large kunda had been created right next to Syama-kunda. Krishna was amazed to see the large pond that Radharani and the gopis had created and made an offer to Radharani that the sacred waters from His kunda could also fill Hers. Radharani flatly refused Krishna’s offer, saying that the waters of Syama-kunda were now contaminated due to the sin of cow-killing. She further said that Her many girlfriends would form a line and bring pure waters of the Manasi-ganga in golden pots to fill her kunda. Upon hearing the words of Srimati Radharani, the holy places personified approached Her with folded hands and while chanting beautiful prayers in glorification, humbly asked Her to grant them a boon. Radharani inquired what kind of boon they desired. The holy places personified informed Her that their lives could only be successful if they were allowed to pour their sacred waters into Her kunda also. Being ever compassionate to all those who sincerely approach Her, Radharani while glancing at Syamasundara through the corners of Her eyes, happily agreed to their proposal. In a joyous mood the holy places personified forcibly broke through the banks of Syama-kunda and poured their sacred waters into Radha-kunda. Krishna then immediately took bath in Radha-kunda and declared that henceforth, anyone who with firm faith took a bath on that day in Radha-kunda, would achieve the same ecstatic love that Radharani had for Him. Radharani and Her girlfriends then took bath in Syama-kunda. Radharani declared that anyone who takes bath in Syama-kunda would achieve the same ecstatic love that Krishna has for Her. This pastime occurred at 11:45 pm on the eighth day of the waning moon in the auspicious month of Kartika. Each year on this day, thousands of devotees flock to Radha-kunda for the ardha-ratri-snana (midnight bath). First they bathe in Syama-kunda and then again in Radha-kunda. This festival, held on the appearance day of Radha-kunda is known as Bahulastami. Radha-kunda is the only place in the world where a holy bath is taken at midnight.
  2. Ежедневный садхана-бхаджан Шрила Пран Кришна Дас Бабаджи на Радха-кунде: киртаны, парикрамы вокруг Радха-кунды с предложением дандават-поклонов божествам Радха-кунды, проповедь, харинамы с учениками вокруг Радха-кунды утром и вечером во время арати Божествам.
  3. Radha Kund, 8the March,2015: The boisterous and cheerful moments of the festivity of Holi didn’t come to an end even after it concluded on Friday. The festivity mood followed in Baldeo on the next day of the Holi, while Radha Rani’s nanihal (maternal home) in Mukharai village near Radha Kund celebrated it on the following day. The villagers of Mukhrai celebrated Holi by organizing the Mayur Nritya (peacock dance) and Charkula dance while splashing colors on each other after the event. The Charkula dance was performed by various female artists in the village Mukharai on Sunday. The women who participated in the dance covered their faces and head with a veil, known as odhni. The District Magistrate of Mathura Shri Rajesh Kumar inaugurated the festival by lighting the lamps. According to the legendary tales Radha’s grandmother Mukhra Devi ran out of the house with a wheel on her head, to announce the birth of her grand-daughter. It was the third day from Holi on the Dvitiya. Since then the Charkula dance became a popular dance of the Vraja region. It graces several auspicious occasion of Vraja and the state of Uttar Pradesh. While dancing, women carried a multi-layered heavy wheel on their heads. The wheel had 108 oil lamps placed on the rim of each wheel and pots in the centre and its weight was about 40-50 kg. The women performed this art on the songs based on the hymns and couplets of the Acharyas of Vraja. The song that celebrated the eternal love of the couple is known as ‘Rasia’ in sync with dancer’s performance. In the climax of the cultural event, the male singers and dancers also joined the dance. The instruments used in this dance were Nagara (drum), Algoza (wind instrument), Thali (brass plate used for beat), Bansuri (flute), Manjira, Kartal (cymbals) and harmonium. The Mayur Nritya (peacock dance) was also performed in which the artists dressed with the peacock feather danced on the typical folk music of Vraja. The prominent personalities of the village Manpal Chowdhry, Vijendra Sharma, Mudgal, Devi ram, Hariom Dubey, Kanta Prasad, Satyendra, Bhagwat Swarup, Kaushal, Deepak, Rajesh, Chitarmal Sharma, Shyam Sundar Sharma, Bhupendra, Rameshwar, Niroti Mukhiya etc. were present during the event.
  4. From the album: Shri Gaura-kunda : Шри Гаура-кунда

    (На основе "Говинда-лиламриты" Кришнадаса Кавираджа и "Кришна-Бхаванамриты" Вишванатхи Чакраварти) Радха- и Шьяма-кунды на Голоке Однажды на Голоке Вриндаване гопи обмахивали опахалом Радху и Кришну, сидящих на троне. Неожиданно от любви к Радхарани Кришна проникся Её настроением и принял Её облик. Повторяя "Кришна! Кришна! Кришна!", Он убежал в рощу. В то же время Радхарани прониклась настроением Кришны и приняла Его облик. Она стала повторять "Радха! Радха! Радха!" Подруги были поражены, они не знали, как успокоить Радху и не могли найти Кришну. Когда Кришне сказали о том, что произошло с Радхарани, Он пошёл к Ней. Тогда голос с небес сказал Ему: "Если Ты будешь повторять имя Радхарани, Она Сама придёт к Тебе". Господь так и поступил. Радха в облике Кришны пришла к тому месту и потупила взор. Кришна сказал: "Моя дорогая Радхарани, Я — Твой вечный слуга, можешь наказать Меня, как желаешь. Моя милая Возлюбленная, Я заставил Тебя страдать в разлуке со Мной. Но разлука доставила боль и Мне. От наших слёз образовалось два маленьких озерца. Озерцо из Моих слёз будет называться Шьяма-кундой, а из Твоих — Радха-кундой". Гопи были счастливы от того, что Радха засияла от слов Кришны. Когда Радха и Кришна омылись в Своих озерах, Они обрели Свои прежние формы. Читать далее
  5. From the album: Shri Vraja Mandala : Шри Враджа Мандала

    Шри Радха-кунда - священное озеро Радхи. Оно рядом со Шри Шьяма-кундой, озером Кришны.

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