The gopis also came there and began massaging Krishna’s limbs and also fanned Him in order to relieve His fatigue.
It is said that as Radha-kunda is very dear to Radharani, so Candra-sarovara is very dear to Candravali, the gopi considered second only to Radharani in attracting Krishna’s love.
This lake is also very dear to the moon-god Candra, because at this place, due to experiencing transcendental ecstasy, he became momentarily stunned and ceased all external movement when he witnessed the rasa-dance between Radha and Krishna.
This lake is famous all over Vraja because of the spring-time rasa-lila that took place near its shores.
Even Lord Balarama became stunned when He also witnessed the extraordinary rasa-lila at Candra-sarovara, while He stood on top of Govardhana Hill.
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