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The Ashta - Sakhis

There are eight dear sakhis of Radharani, who are like expansions of her body.

There names are,
1) Lalita
2) Vishakha
3) Chitra
4) Indulekha
5) Champaklata
6) Rangadevi
7) Tungavidhya
8) Sudevi.............

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  • Respected Devotees,

    Hare Krishna,

    Do we have stotra or namavali for Ashtsakhi ji. plz advz.

    Thank You,

    Hare Krishna

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IMPORTANT LINKS ON SHRI ASHTASAKHI

Sri Lalita devi.http://www.iskcondesiretree.net/group/shriashtasakhiji/forum/topics...Sri Rangadevi.http://www.iskcondesiretree.net/group/shriashtasakhiji/forum/topics...Sri Indulekha devi.http://www.iskcondesiretree.net/group/shriashtasakhiji/forum/topics...Sri Tungavidya devi.http://www.iskcondesiretree.net/group/shriashtasakhiji/forum/topics...Sri Campakalata devi.http://www.iskcondesiretree.net/group/shriashtasakhiji/forum/topics...Sri Vishaka…

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CC Adi 4.71, Translation and Purport: Her mind, senses and body are steeped in love for Kṛṣṇa. She is Kṛṣṇa’s own energy, and She helps Him in His pastimes.Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī is as fully spiritual as Kṛṣṇa. No one should consider Her to be material. She is definitely not like the conditioned souls, who have material bodies, gross and subtle, covered by material senses. She is all-spiritual, and both Her body and Her mind are of the same spiritual embodiment. Because Her body is spiritual, Her…

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