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Re: Digest Number 528

From: Srikant Sadagopan (srikasada_at_hotmail.com)
Date: Fri Feb 08 2002 - 09:07:02 PST

Dear Kumari Kalaivani et al,
When I started to read Kalaivani's explanation on the color "green" for 
Krishna, I wondered if you were heading in the right direction because, 
Radhe per se is not considered as "Piratti" or Thaayar in toto among Sri 
Vaishnava Acharyas. It is Rukmini, the officially wedded wife of Sri Krishna 
who is considered the manifestation of Thaayar. All other feminine forms 
attracted to Krishna were either Amshams of thaayar or Gopikaas(reembodiment 
of Vaanaras from the Ramayana times --there's a sperate story to that).

But I must admit I was bowled over by your deduction of color schemes. It 
was pure Bhakthi, intense anubhavam and a very constructive use of logic. 
Really good to see some variety in Anubhavams among the youth today.

||Rukmini SamEtha sri Venugopala swAminE namaha||



   Date: Thu, 07 Feb 2002 23:04:56 +0000
   From: "kalaivani retnavellu" <kalaivani4krishna@hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: Question related to SrI vishNu sahsranAmam write-up.

radhe govinda
namo narayana
hari hari

....
>so it is adiyal's humble guess that bhagavan too indulged in a bit of
>painting. :)))
>
>ergo, if we take  radhe krishna in a small math/paint equation, we would
>have them like this :--
>
>krishna (blue) + radha (yellow)= hari (green)

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