First of all, a question arises:
How or why is the name or concept of Leela relevant in Hinduism?
It's because Brahman is defined as fully omniscient and omnipotent by many Vedic verses. Brahman is defined as being beyond mind and hence to be understood by Neti Neti or Not-this Not-this. So for this powerful and omniscient Brahman there cannot be any ...
Verily, everything is born of will. As the Soul, so the Lord too,
has a Will. Only whereas the Lord Wills out of Plenty, the Soul
wills out of lack thereof: Whilst the Lord creates the World, the
Soul creates limited things. Shiv Rahasya: 6.14.
Any action born out of 1st kind of will is Leela. "Wills out of plenty" is like explosion due to ...
The closest answer to this question is related to Veer Bhava. I am quoting Gospel of Ramakrishna here.
"The devotee assumes various attitudes toward Śakti in order to propitiate Her: the attitude of a handmaid, a 'hero', or a child. A hero's attitude is to please Her even as a man pleases a woman through intercourse.
"While worshipping God, one should ...
Who was that King?
As per http://www.namboothiri.com/articles/naaduvaazhikal.htm
Purakkaadu had Roman trade connections as early as the first century.
A Namboothiri aristocracy from Kumaranalloor (near.Kottayam) took over
the rule of Purakkaadu (present Ambalapuzha and part of the
Kuttanaadu). They had a strong naval power with a huge collection ...