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  • O Mother Radhe

    "O Mother Radhe / You are so sweet and strong.. / In most amazing and caring ways / Your compassion makes me feel I belong…"

  • The Holy Appearance Day of Srimati Radharani

    Srila Prabhupada explains that if you offer your sincere prayer into the hand of Sri Radha, she will recommend you to Him, saying, “this devotee is better than me, please accept her!

  • Sri Radha: The Original Rural Devi

    On Radhasthami,  I remembered how Lord Krishna lived in the magnificent city of Dwaraka, after leaving the simple village of Vrndavan. Amidst the opulence of Dwaraka, He was longing for the simple village life, and the love of the unsophisticated residents there, especially Sri Radha.

  • Sri Varsana Dham

    Sri Varsana Dham is the place where Srimati Radharani displayed Her childhood pastimes. This video depicts various places around Varsana. Music by Tarana & friends - Love In Action.

  • Shri Radhe ~ from the 58th Grammy Nominated Album Bhakti Without Borders

    Album: BHAKTI WITHOUT BORDERS. Producer: Dave Stringer. Singers: Chaytanya & Madi Das

  • Mayapur Schoolchildren Put on Their Own Radhastami

    “Mayapur is so huge, and so many pilgrims come for the main Radhastami celebration at the temple, that it’s not really a community celebration,” says parent and teacher Noam Hillel. “So we decided to hold our own festival the evening after the main one, with students, faculty, parents and all other community members who wanted to attend.” About fifty youth under eighteen worked hard to put on the festival, with boys and girls embarking on their own separate efforts and bringing them together on the day.

  • Flower and Boat Festivals Bring Unique Flavor to Dallas Radhastami

    Some ISKCON temples have been adding new experiences to their biggest festivals to sweeten and deepen devotees’ absorption in serving the Lord, including this year’s Radhastami festival.In Dallas, USA, there were two Radhastami festivals this year, each with their own unique element. On the official Radhastami day itself, Friday September 9th, devotees bathed Sri Sri Radha Kalachandji in an unbelievable 50,000 roses during a Puspa Abhisekha.

  • Jai Sri Radhe! Radhastami video

    A meditation on Srimati Radharani. She is the dearmost beloved of Sri Krishna, and also is pure spiritual energy incarnate. Srimati Radhika is always thinking lovingly of Krishna; she is the perfect example of a pure devotee, always wanting to serve and please Krishna.

  • Shri Radhe (Shrikalogy Remix)

    Happy Radhasthami! Bhakti Without Borders - Shri Radhe by Madi Das - Featuring Chaytanya (Shrikalogy Remix)

  • The Cowgirls' Song of Separation (Gopi Gita)

    These famous prayers were sung by the Gopis when Krishna suddenly disappeared from their company and they were searching for Him everywhere. This is one of the finest poetry ever composed. Srimad Bhagavatam is ‘Grantharaja’, the king of all the scriptures and this poetry is one of its crest jewels. (Music and video by Dr. Sahadeva Dasa)

  • Radharani's Palace

    This is a brisk two-minute drop of nectar from Srimati Radharani's magic abode. The use of drone technology to rise into the air in Varshana's sunset creates a perfect mood for darshan of the supreme Feminine Godhead. The devotional ascension, in synergy with the superb score by grammy award-winner Ilan Chester, takes the viewer up the palace's fortress with an ease that bhakti alone can provide. A video by Vausedva Das.

  • Varshana. Sunrise Aerial Darshan

    A video by Paul Tuffery.

  • Rawal, the Birth Place of Radharani

    A video by Vrindavan Experience.

  • Pierre Edel - Radha Tattva

    Pierre Edel - vocals, guitars, bass
    Daria Fisher - vocals, violin
    Dmitry Zelensky - drums

  • Bhakti Purusottama Swami Impresses Detroit with Three Day Radharani Katha

    Bhakti Purusottama Swami visited ISKCON Detroit for three days and flooded the congregation with very sweet narrations of divine appearance, supreme qualities and inconceivable pastimes of Srimati Radharani in anticipation of Radhastami. 

  • Sri Radhika Stava -- by Ramya Devi Dasi

    A Vedic devotional Bhakti Art slideshow featuring artwork depicting the pastimes of The Supreme Goddess Srimati Radharani. The video is set to Sri Radhika Stava composed by Vaisnava Saint Srila Rupa Goswami, and performed by Ramya Devi Dasi.

  • Jaya Radhe!

    "Radhe Madhava Dayite" - music by As Kindred Spirits. Artwork courtesy of The Bhaktivedanta Book Trust, Vrindavan Das and others.

  • The Hills of Varsana

    When Krishna moved with His parents from Vrindavana to Nandagrama, Srimati Radharani and her parents moved to Varsana, which is just eight kilometers away. This video takes us on a journey through these sacred hills, to visit the temples and see the sacred places of Their pastimes.

  • Rawal, the Birthplace of Srimati Radharani

    Happy Radhastahmi! A video by Vrindavan Experience.

  • Morality, Love, and Srimati Radharani

    In Western philosophy it seems like a strange idea that God could be limited or controlled by something else. But in the devotional religious traditions of India where Krishna is worshiped as God, the idea that God is controlled by love is what makes Him so glorious.

  • New Vrindaban Hosts Radhastami Festival
    On Wednesday, September 15, New Vrindaban Community will celebrate Radhastami, which is Radha’s Appearance Day or birthday.
  • Radharani Adorns Dress by India's Youngest Fashion Designer

    Srimati Radharani expressed her inconceivable benevolence to India’s youngest fashion designer Nishka Lulla when she benignly adorned the outfit designed by Nishka on Her auspicious appearance day – Radhastami which fell on 27 August 2009 this year.

    Nishka won the ‘Creative Excellence Award’ for the Barbie all Doll’d–up show at the Lakme India Fashion Week 2009 where many of India’s leading designers participated to design an outfit for Barbie for her 50th anniversary. The winning design was Nishka Lulla’s whose outfit was worn by actor Katrina Kaif.

  • Radharani—The Feminine Side of God
    My sister Carol has become a radical feminist in recent years. I watched this develop. As she devoured book after book on the failures of patriarchy and male-made societies, she came to see me—her brother, who worships a “male” God—as a victim of sexist philosophers, duped by men with little regard for women. In other words, she knew that I worshiped Krishna, who is clearly male, and this was enough to put me in league with those who belittled women. It confused her, though, to see that I was not full of macho double-talk, that despite my worship of a male God, I was fair and even-minded—I didn’t speak down to women. She decided I was bright enough to confront directly.
  • Radhastami Celebrated With Joy In Varsana
    The birthday of Radha, Lord Krishna's beloved, was celebrated Thursday with great fervour at Varsana, her native village.
  • Srimati Radharani - Mother of the Universe

    Srimati Radharani is the mother of the universe. The spiritual mother of all souls. And the concept of mother is the most sacred symbol - that of purity, selflessness, caring, sharing, nurturing, and love.

  • Sri Sri Radha-Shyamasundara - Janmastami 2007

    In the sacred land of Vrindavana where Lord Krishna enacts his childhood pastimes ISKCON has erected a temple that has, over the last three decades, become one of the most visited temples in the area. There reside the deities of Sri Sri Radha-Shyamasundara who are decorated lavishly on a daily basis. On special days like Janmastami thousands of pilgrims line up to catch a glimse of them.