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The names of Goddess and God in the ancient Indian spiritual tradition of Bhakti are Sri Radha and Sri Krishna. They reside in a realm called Vrindavan. Radha and Krishna meet in the forests of Vrindavan in secluded places in order to enjoy their love and share their feelings.
Hit Harivaṃśa, a 16th century devotee, describes in a sweet poetic and divine voice the intimate pastimes of the Divine Couple. We become witnesses to a divine and spiritual relationship. According to Hit Harivaṃśa ›Bhaav‹, feeling and emotion, is the main ingredient for devotion
to Sri Sri Radha-Krishna.
The Hit Chaurāsī is one of the famous scriptures of the Bhakti-tradition, yet this edition is the first translation into a Western language by an authentic spiritual practitioner.
»These eyes are so greedy, even in a nano second of difference when blinking, Sri Shyam sundar feels that he has not seen Sri Radha for millions of years.« (vers 60, 4)