On Radhastami, the birth of Srimati Radharani devotees who attended the morning program both physical and online witnessed an enchanting pastime of Radha and Krishna’s loving exchange. The drama was based on Srila Raghunath dasa Goswami’s “The Pearl Pastime”. Devotees stated how they very much enjoyed the sweet pastime and got in the mood of the festival. The skit was organised by Jaya Krsna das who wants to try and make children perform on all special days in the Vaishnava calendar.
As is respectful and appropriate, all of the forms of Radha and Krishna on the cakes offered on the altar were made of materials such as clay and were not edible; the images of Radharani’s feet and Radha, Krishna and the gopis in their boat were also not edible and were printed on paper.
“For me, this service is a wonderful opportunity to offer something in a different medium,” said Anuradha Dasi. “I love creating something with quality and detail. Our mood is to be able to please Srimati Radharani by making beautiful cakes for Her. Because ultimately, everything we do is for the pleasure of Sri-Sri Radha Gokulananda.”