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How do you view Rasaleela of Krishna ??

Asked by govindarao krishna murthy, 25 Jun '09 11:05 pm
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As Rasaleela only. Frankly I don\'t have much to say about him. But I know the reason behind it. In treta yug, the times of Rama, there were many saints (16,000) who wanted to hug him at least once and be in his company so that they are blessed..The name Rama itself means it, it means \"Sa ramayante iti Ramah (स रमयन्ते इति रामः ), the one who amuses\". But that was not possible to do it all at that time. So he gave them a boon saying that in his next incarnation all of them will be born as \"Gopikas\" and they will cherish in His company as Sri Krishna. That\'s the reason why you see 16000 gopikas in rasaleela with Sri Krishna.
Answered by SK. Abdul Mohammed Jafar Sadik Basha, 25 Jun '09 11:28 pm

 
  
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The divine dance of prakrithi-purusha ! celebration of ying-yang !
Answered by Shunmugham, 26 Jun '09 11:23 am

 
  
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To understand that we must know who the gopis were as it was clearly mentioned by vyasa ( so no ambiguity). they were paramahamsas born to have the companionship of the \'GOLOKA\' krishna whose consort in that loka is radha. even the paramahmasa could not cross his maya and their dehatmabhaavam was removed only because of krishna by the vastra-apaharna incident. rasa-leela is a cosmic dance like a cosmic dance ( more satwic) .certain answers also must be given only to the deserving. i can only say this much. pl. go to a learned man to get ur doubts clarified.
Answered by Haalayudha Dattuni, 26 Jun '09 09:34 am

 
  
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Very nice. It's only to reveal that the Lord lives with everyone.
Answered by krishnaswamy thattai renganathaiyengar, 25 Jun '09 11:26 pm

 
  
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Masculine passion
Answered by shambhu, 26 Jun '09 07:21 am

 
  
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One of the rare question asked in this forum. it will be too difficult to answer this type of question about especially of Rasaleela of Lord Krishna. In each and every Rasaleela he performed, there is some inner meaning in it and lay men could not anwer this. only educated people can answer this question. Moreover, as SK Abdul Mohammed correctly said about these Rasa Leela. The other thing one see from this Leela iis Gopis have pure divine love of their Lord. The love is so strong that they forgot all about their worldy chores. The gopis were totally merged in the love of god through the practice of constant smaran (remembrance)

Moreover, the dance symbolise the souls unceasing struggle to break clear of the constrants of the body. to make contact with the Supra-reality it sees out there.The intesnely private struggle is an abstraction, but so compulsively felt by the soul straining within the body as to become obsession.
Answered by Gopal, 26 Jun '09 05:27 pm

 
  
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