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Radha

Hindu goddess linked to Krishna


Other names: RadhikaRadheRadharaniRādhāKanupriyaرادهاরাধাRadhaoراداરાધાराधाラーダーრადჰა라다രാധରାଧାРадхаRadaராதாరాధРадгаพระแม่ราธาਰਾਧਾ拉達ರಾಧೆৰাধাرادھاරාධා

Depicted by

Sahibdin
Indian artist
Ishwari Prasad
Indian historian

Depicted in

Scenes of Krishna, Radha, and her companion, and the poet Jayadeva
painting1629
A Krishna tale
painting1750-1800
The poet Bihari Lal venerates Krishna and Radha
painting1760
Krishna and Radha embrace in a landscape
painting1790
Pavilion with Krishna paintings
painting1800
Radha and Krishna meeting in a field
painting1801-1850
Radha and Krishna on a terrace
painting1801-1900
Krishna and Radha in two pavilions
painting1801-1900
Krishna and Radha
painting1850
The breaking of Radha's pride
book1871-1930
Radha and Krishna
print1871-1930
Krishna and Radha
print1871-1930
Krishna and Radha
print1871-1930
Krishna and Radha
print1871-1930
Gopis censuring a woman, probably Radha
print1871-1930
Krishna playing his flute to Radha on the banks of the Godaveri
print1871-1930
Radha with Krishna
print1871-1930
Radha with Krishna the Flautist, or Muralidhara-Krishna
print1871-1930
Krishna courting Radha at Brindaban
print1871-1930
A sakhi, or confidante, indicates to Radha the beauty of Krishna the Flautist, or Muralidhara-Krishna
print1871-1930
Two gargantuan figures stand on the world's globe, enraptured at the vision of Krishna and Radha
print1871-1930
Krishna and Radha
print1871-1930
Krishna and Radha at Diwali
painting1871-1930
Krishna and Radha on a terrace
painting1871-1930
Radha and Krishna
painting1901-1950
Krishna and Radha
painting1910

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