A black snake in Radharani’s hairs: question and answer

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Is it okay to think like this? If I see a snake, I can think of this story and of the Goswami’s and our Guru Parampara, and Sri Sri Radha Krishna?



If seeing a snake causes you a sense of fear or disgust, linking that feeling to Srimati Radharani is not beneficial because it generates an inappropriate superimposition of rasa (rasa-abhasa). If, on the other hand, that vision is indifferent to you, it is good to associate anything with something spiritual, such as Srimati Radharani, the great Acarya or Sri Vrindavana Dhama.


This is a question related to a section of the book “Vrindavana Lila”.

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