As the beatific, assuasive, and euphonious tune of the Gopal's flute ricochets in my ears, I close my eyes, and my mind, soul, and heart is expropriated to the abode of love, to Barsana. Then all I can envisage is Radha Rani cavorting to the tune of her inamorató Krishna's flute; and the prepossessing Rasa-Leela taking place.
Radhakrishna tattles us about what veridical and pure love actually is!
Trenchant us about the time Radha was anathematized to get estranged from Krishna and ostracized from the divine Gow-Loka, to the time when they both fall in love and endure "Viraah" again, elucidates the sacrifices, tribulations, vexations, and heartbreaks that both Radha and Krishna had to dolor in their love peregrination.
The scenes of Krishna chiacking Radha, goading her with his paroxysm, making her covetous by flouting her and playing his flute for other gopis, irking her with his doledrums; but at same time accoutring Radha a shoulder on which she could stow her head on and palliate her heart's trauma, premonitions her mind afflictions and disencumbering her from them, windows the pious and saccharine love that Hari has for his Radha Rani.
The notorious quips of Krishna and Balram, The mischievousness of Krishna when he domineers his Dau Balram to face the wrath of their mother Yashoda, and at the same time forestalling each other from the looming dangers and succoring each other for finding solutions to the upheavals, forecasts the divine avowal between Narayana; Krishna and Shesha Naag; Balram.
From Krishna descrying his beloved Radha's marriage to Ayan and to Radha espying Krishna's marriage to Rukmini and still loving each other with depth, corroborates that marriage is not a substantial for love, as it can never reciprocate the true emotions.
"कृष्ण की हर बात का आधार है राधा,
जिस कण में राधा बसे, उस कण में बसे कृष्ण।।"
Whenever this song from the show plays my heart throbs at the thought of the angelic and intensified love between Radha and Krishna.
Krishna had said that wherever his heart, his Radha is, he'll reside there may it even be the Paatal-Lok.
At last Krishna teaches us that real and serene love is not in the union of two bodies, but in the union of two souls,thoughts and hearts fabricated with the strings of pureness.