Radhey Radhey Radhey Radhey Radhey
Chant continuously the name of Krishna - 'Radhey Govinda' signifying Radha (the individual soul) and Govinda (signifying the Universal soul), the beautiful shining star of Brindavana, who is the refuge of the forlorn. He is the son of Nanda. He is the one who stole butter (steals devotees' hearts), who takes care of His devotees, who loves the Bhaagavatha (epic story of the Krishna avatar). He is the victorious ene who likes to play scintillating music on His Flute. He is Panduranga, the Lord of Pandharpur. He is the one who waited at the doorstep of devotee Pundarika to grant him liberation. He is the ancient and the Supreme One.
This Raga also uses G2 occasionally in the descending set of notes.
Highest Note: G2 / E