Nitish Bharadwaj can easily be called the Krishna of Indian television. His portrayal of the lord on BR Chopra's Mahabharat is still etched in public memory. He also admits that he benefited the most from the role, which reflected the viewers' devotion and love for Lord Krishna.
Netizens assumed it was showing the end of the serial and was heartbroken thinking of their favourite show bidding goodbye. But now the creative director and writer of the show has refuted all such rumours and made it clear that it is not going to be an end but the beginning of Radha Krishna's love.
Radha was born as the daughter of Vrishbhanu and his wife Kirti. However, she was not born from the womb of her mother. It is said that only after the birth of the baby girl, did Radha enter the body of this girl. Because of not having born from the womb, Radha is also known as Ayonija.
And during his stay in the Prithvi Loka, Shri Krishna did not marry Radha. Instead, he married Rukmini and Satyabhama. Therefore, devotees wonder why Krishna never married Radha, whom he loved so much, and the one who was in love with him.
The stage is set for the much-awaited mythological show, Mahabharat, produced bySiddharth Kumar Tewary. After finalising Krishna, Arjun, Draupadi and other pivotal characters, Siddharth has now roped in talented actress Veebha Anand to essay the role of Subhadra.
Education. Singh completed her early education at Seven Square Academy School in Mumbai. She auditioned for the TV show RadhaKrishn during her class 10 studies with which she made her career debut. She is currently completing her college degree.
No Radha never had any children and even the story of Ayan and Radha marrying is denied in some places. Ayan had asked a boon in his last birth of marrying Goddess Laxmi. So Radha and Ayan just married and completed the rituals but Radha's heart was only towards Krishna. She didn't know any Ayan as her husband.
Marriage. The Bhagavata Purana narrates that Rukmini once heard about Krishna and his heroic deeds, such as slaying the tyrant king Kamsa, and opposing the evil king Jarasandha. She fell in love with him and desired to marry him.
Because lord Vishnu has blessed Ayan with a boon that she will marry the incarnation of goddess Lakshmi i.e Radha. Whereas Radha was cursed by sridhama of bearing separation from lord Krishna for 100 years.
Some traditions state that Radha was married to another gopa named Rayan (also called Abhimanyu or Ayan), but she still used to love Krishna. Many interpreted it as a person's love and devotion towards god which is not bounded by social limitations.
Great cast but Fake storyline. This show has one of the best casts. But anybody familiar with srimad bhgavad and tales of Krsna will not like this show as the story is deviated from the authentic sources.
Radha, in Hinduism, the gopi (milkmaid) who became the beloved of the god Krishna during that period of his life when he lived among the gopas (cowherds) of Vrindavan. Radha was the wife of another gopa but was the dearest of Krishna's consorts and his constant companion.