Padma Purana , Patala Khanda, Chapter 71 (5.71.29-31) describes that Vrishabhanu, the father of Sri Radha perceived her to be motionless, blind and deaf and requested the sage Narada to have a look at her.
Then, when the best sage, after having talked to the excellent
cowherd, decided to go, Bhanu spoke to him like this: "O god, I have
(also) a ...
We can guess two reasons:
Krishna himself likes indirect descriptions.
As can be seen from Bhagavata 11.21.35:
parokṣa-vādā ṛṣayaḥ parokṣaṁ mama ca priyam
The Vedic seers, however, deal in indirect terms as I am pleased by such indirect descriptions.
Hence, Shukadeva indirectly refers to Radha by using common nouns such as ‘Kaachit’ (One Girl), ‘...
Yes, Krishna was known, many ancient devotees have meditated on Krishna.
We get story of Ambarisha who used to meditate on Krishna's lotus feet.
This is also an ancient incident, Ambarisha was great-gradson of Vaivasvata Manu and Aṅgirā Ṛṣi and of Rathītara were known by the names of his descendants. the incident is very ancient one. 9th Canto describes ...
Krishna married Radha
Along with other scriptures like Brahma vaivarta purana, Garga Samhita also contains the marriage between Radha and Krishna in detail.
According to Garga Samhita, the spiritual ground came from the realm of Goloka at Brindavana forest. Infant Krishna then becomes teen youth. Brahma arrives there and performs vedic marriage ceremony ...