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" When they had made love she lay in his arms in the kunja grove. Suddenly she called his name and wept — as if she burned in the fire of separation. The gold was in her anchal but she looked afar for it! Where has he gone? Where has my love gone? O why... "
Devī: Goddesses of India - Page 129
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Devi: Goddesses of India

John Stratton Hawley, Donna Marie Wulff - Religion - 1996 - 373 pages
...Vaisnava songs, and this form of separation is portrayed in the fifth act of Rupa's Vidagdhamadhava. An especially lovely verse illustrating Radha's paradoxical...not speak. Taking her beloved friend by the hand, Govinda-dasa led her softly away.38 Here, too, it is evident that Radha, along with Krishna, is the...
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Indian Religions: A Historical Reader of Spiritual Expression and Experience

Peter Heehs - Religion - 2002 - 620 pages
...but do so with great perfection and charm. Translated by Edward C. Dimock, Jr., and Denise Levertov. When they had made love she lay in his arms in the...not speak. Taking her beloved friend by the hand, Govinda-ddsa led her softly away. Let the earth of my body be mixed with the earth my beloved walks...
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Hinduism

Serinity Young - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2007 - 127 pages
...kunja grove. Suddenly she called his name and wept — as if she burned in the fire of separation. Where has he gone? Where has my love gone? O why has...fainting. Krishna was astonished and could not speak. In another song, Radha describes what she has given up in loving Krishna and yet how irresistible his...
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