Where to find Radharani and Krishna in Vrindavan?

Oh Kishori teri charnan ki dhul payu
Baithi rahu kunjan mein, Shyam Radhika gaun

This is a popular saying in Vrindavan and it means that "Oh Kishori, May I get the dust of Your Lotus Feet, and sitting in forests of Vrindavan, May I keep chanting Shyam and Radhika.

Rasika Acharyas say that when in Vrindavan, search for Radha and Krishna exactly how a deer searches for fragrance all around. When the heart becomes cleaned of anarthas (negative qualities of lust, greed, pride, anger, ego) owing to sadhaka's (seeker) endeavour for vraja-prema-bhakti, the kripa (mercy) of Rasika Vaishnavas bless the seeker to further inner confidential path. 

As mentioned in scriptures and by exalted saints, the only way to search Sri Radha and Krishna in this age of Kali is to chant the holy names in the form of Hare Krishna Mahamantra.

Hare Krishna Hare Krishna

Krishna Krishna Hare Hare

Hare Rama Hare Rama

Rama Rama Hare Hare

All path unfolds on own in the heart of the seeker by chanting Hare Krishna Mahamantra.

We can discuss it from a philosophical perspective but I don't feel inspired to write it from that viewpoint at the time of writing this. Though it's already covered on this site and you can read the very confidential meaning of Hare Krishna Mahamantra here.

One way in spirituality is to explore, use your limited brain and search the path on own. The more secret way for sincere seekers to advance in this path is to simply listen to what Rasika Acharyas say and bypass the long journey. You can check How should beginner's approach spirituality for further insight.

By chanting Hare Krishna Mahamantra, all direction sprouts from within (The references and all are mentioned in this article where you can also decode the exalted position of Hare Krishna Mahamantra and how it is related to you too!)

Nama Rupi Bal (Hare Krishna Mahamantra) and Saral Hridaya guide the sincere seeker quickly to the secret treasure of vraj-prema-bhakti (which the soul has been hankering since many lifetimes)!

Jai Jai Shri Radhe!

Hare Krishna!

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