Radha

KidsGen.com
Home
Monvenience - Transact in Convenience
Stories for kids | Fables and Fairytales | School Projects | Events and Holidays | Games | Fun and Jokes | Hobbies | Unsolved Mystry

Mythological Stories Main Birth of Srikrishna Kalia Kansa Krihsna and Indra Gopal
Ganesh Hanuman Eklavya Link to us Refer this page Feedback

Among all the gopis in Vrindavan, Radha was Krishna's favourite. She was the daughter of a cowherd Vrishabhanu and Kamalavati of Barsana.

Radha loved Krishna deeply and was very devoted to him. RadhakrishnaOften found singing and dancing together, their deep affection for each other made the other gopis jealous. When Krishna and his friends went to Barsana to smear colour on Radha, her friends beat them up with lathis or sticks and chased the boys away. This playful tradition is celebrated as Laathimar Holi in Barasana even today.

When Krishna left For Mathura and and later became king of Dwarka, Radha waited earnestly for his return. Krishna had told Radha that her name would always be taken before his and that is why we always say Radakrishna and never Krishnaradha.

Radha's birth is celebrated on Radha Ashtami, fifteen days after the birthday of Krishna.


Back to Previous Index | Back to Main Index
Hot!


- 4th of July
- World Cup Cricket 2019 Schedule
- All about Dinosaurs
- Horror stories
- Indian Mythology stories
- School Projects
- Wonders of the world


Others
Fables and Fairytales Moral Stories Short Stories


Mythological Stories Main Birth of Srikrishna Kalia Kansa Krihsna and Indra Gopal
Ganesh Hanuman Eklavya Link to us Refer this page Feedback



Stay Updated! Signup for the KidsGen Newsletter:
Try out the other sections Click here for free kids calendar
Download free Kids Calendar
Home | Knowledge Quest | Birthday | Comics | Recipes | Crafts | Pets | Fun | Party Ideas |
Rhymes and Poems
| School Projects | Fables and Fairytales | Games | Stories |
Events and Holidays | Facts | Magic | Hobbies | Tell Me Why? | A-Z of Animals | Continents |
Moral Stories | Video Stories | Indian Mythological Stories | Back to School | Link to us