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Bavariya Barsane Vali is the poetical picturization of the symbol that is inherent in the perpetual, eternal and divine love of Shri Radha Madhav. Radha incidently feeling separated and detached from her ‘Priyatam Shri Krishna’ is greatly drowned in grief. Her moments that were experienced in love with her Priyatam Shri Krishna now rotate vehemently in her mind when the rainy season, the month of Asharh starts the entire Brijmandal is in the clasp of this rain wound cloudy vigour. Radhika runs as a lunatic here and there in Vrindavan recalling all the fragrant love moments that were her partner with Shri Krishna in Vrindavan. She recalls how she play with him, what she talked with him, how she got wet in the rain, what were the promises and assurance revealed by her lover and now she is empty of the treasure that she got accumulated with Shri Krishna. These feelings, these utterances, these exclamations and these overwhelming emotions are depicted in this lyrical epic. Radha is still in hope that Shri Krishna will come and she keeping her palms up and eyes sticked in the sky waits for her dearest heart Shri Krishna. This and this alone is the theme that this poetic creation presents.
Got birth in eastern province of Varanasi district in the village Bhatpurawa, Chandauli. Spent the educational year of life till post graduation in Bihar from the Magadh University, Gaya and Patna University, Patna. Nearly two years in Nagari Pracharini Sabha, Varanasi in arranging hand written Manuscripts of Sanskrit. Took L.T. Training from Sakaldiha and got appointed in the Intermediate College Sakaldiha. Serving as a lecturer in English in this institution now spending the life of retirement . Stay in Village Nagepur, Sakaldiha Chandauli.