Charan Kunda (Indra Kunda)
Apsara and Navala Kunda sit side by side along the tail end of Govardhan, one for Srimati Radharani, the divine goddess, and one for Sri Krishna, the supreme personality. Navala-Kishore is one of Krishna’s many descriptive names and means ‘ever-fresh youth’. Apsara Kunda was named after Radharani, whose dancing in the rasa-lila surpassed that of all the Apsaras, the heavenly dancing girls. Is said that once when Radha and Krishna were dancing together and enjoying their spring-time rasa-lila pastimes on what is now the banks of Apsara Kunda, they became so absorbed in their love for one another, they simply melted into liquid love for each other, forming these two kundas, with Radha into Apsara Kunda and Krishna into Navala Kunda.
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