Radha-Krishna is collectively comprehended within Hinduism as the integrated forms of the feminine and the male realities of God. Radha and Krishna are the primal states of God and his happiness potency (Hladini Shakti), respectively, in many Vaishnavite schools of thought. With Krishna, Radha is realized as the Supreme Goddess. It is said that Krishna is only satiated by divine service in loving servitude, and Radha is the personification of holy service to the supreme lord. Various devotees worship her to understand her compassionate nature as the only form to attain Krishna. Radha is also portrayed as Krishna, split into two for his happiness. As per Hindu scriptures, Radha is believed as the entire incarnation of Mahalakshmi.
“To Love without condition To talk without intention To give without reason To care without the expectation that’s the true spirit of true love.”