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Radha

[rah-dah] /ˈrɑ dɑ/
noun, Hindu Legend.
1.
the milkmaid who became the consort of Krishna.
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Contemporary Examples
  • The temple was recently rechristened Radha Madhav Dham, and the board was also overhauled.

  • On the new Radha Madhav Dham website, images of Kripalu have replaced those of Saraswati.

Historical Examples
  • Then follows the reconciliation of Krishna and Radha, does it not?

    Akbar P. A. S. van Limburg-Brouwer
  • Now there was a woman of Anga who was named Radha, and she had peerless beauty.

    Indian Myth and Legend Donald Alexander Mackenzie
  • I hid thee at birth, and Radha, who found thee, is not thy mother.

    Indian Myth and Legend Donald Alexander Mackenzie
  • Then Radha's father had died, then her mother, when Moro Trimmul was as yet a youth.

    Tara Philip Meadows Taylor
  • All I wanted was Radha, and we have got her; and he may go or come as he pleases.

    Tara Philip Meadows Taylor
  • "Enough, Chimna; take care of my servant till I return," said Radha.

    Tara Philip Meadows Taylor
  • "You will make me curse you, Radha," he said, again grasping her arm violently.

    Tara Philip Meadows Taylor
  • Ah, yes, if all are false, Radha should be true—true to him and to me.

    Tara Philip Meadows Taylor

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