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Why Radha is not Lakshmi?
But according to some versions, Radha is not considered the incarnation of goddess Lakshmi. She is considered the goddess of love and devotion. Still most people consider Radha as a form of Mahalakshmi as it was said that Ayan, Radha’s husband asked for a boon to lord Vishnu that he wanted Lakshmi as his wife.
Is Radha mentioned in Garga Samhita?
Yes, this story is there in garg samhita, I myself have read it… text 19 ,24,58,70,73,78,95 .
Why is Radha not mentioned in Srimad Bhagavatam?
No, there’s no mentioning of Radha in Bhagavata, Radha is just a fictional character made by ISKCON followers…just like GOLOKA. Unfortunately, they can’t even give a proper justification as to why Krishna does not marry Radha. Also, there are no ancient temples of Krishna along with Radha.
Is Garga Samhita different from the astrological treatise?
This Garga Samhita is different from the astrological treatise with the same name Garga Samhita. Only fragments of the astrological text with the name Garga samhita is available; but the whole of the devotional text with the name Garga Samhita mentioned here is available.
What is Garga Samhita and Srimad Bhagavatam?
Srimad Bhagavatam, the ripened fruit of the wish-fulfilling tree of the Vedas ( Nigama-kalpa-taror galitam phalam ), is filled with unadulterated Krishna-prema, and Garga-samhita is like its extended supplement: it is filled with confidential Pastimes.
What is the story of gargacarya and Narada Muni?
Garga Muni cheerfully accepted this most difficult task put before him by Narada Muni. Thereafter, Narada Muni ascended into the sky, holding his vina in his hand, and went to Brahmaloka. And, Gargacarya composed the Garga Samhita, which bestows devotion to Lord Krsna upon the hearer.
What are some of the rarest texts in Hinduism?
Among these rare texts are the Gopala tapani Upanisad, the Narada Pancaratra, the Garga Samhita, the Visnu Purana, the Hari-vamsa Upapurana, the Uttara-khanda of the Padma Purana, and the Bhagavata Maha-purana.”