By Sarathi Guha(03 Apr 2008)
This is a eternal love-story of Radha and Krishna. One early morning Radha was mesmerised like other people of Brindaban hearing a magical flute tune. Radha became restless. One day Radha's eye met with the eyes of the flute player. They fell in love. But the path of love is always full of thorns. Radha's thorns were her sister-in-law Kutila and mother-in-law Jatila. They both created such problems for Radha so that she was not able to meet Krishna when she wished. Krishna made a trick. In disguise of a female ascetic he started his new "lila". He started visiting Ayan Ghosh’s residence regularly. But surprisingly Kutila arranged their union. Krishna started his love-affair with Radha and her sixteen hundred Gopian's says passed on. But Kutila now thought something else. She started exciting Ayan Ghosh and the people of Brindaban against the gopians so that they get a real tough time from all of them. One day while Radha and Krishna were surrounded by the gopian's kutila came with Ayan Ghosh and the people of Brindaban. Krishna then appeared with sword in hand instead of flute to save the gopians. Seeing lord Krishna himself Ayan Ghosh fell at his feet and left the place. Kutila also fell at lord's feet.