Lord Krishna Wife Name?

Krishna/Spouses

Who are the 8 wives of Krishna?

This book sheds light on how Lord Krishna married these eight women an in what conditions. Their names were – Rukmini, Jambavanti, Satyabhama, Kalindi, Mitravinda, Nagnajiti, Bhadra devi, Lakshana.

Who is the real wife of Krishna?

Rukmini

Who is husband of Radha?

The name of Radha’s husband is Abhimanyu. This is not the Abhimanyu , who was narrated in Mahabharata. Abhimanyu is locally known as Ayan. The story of Ayan and Radha mostly found in the folk compositions.

Is Radha wife of Lord Krishna?

Radha, in Hinduism, the Gopi (milkmaid) who became the consort of the god Krishna during that period of his life when he lived among the gopas (cowherds) of Vrindavana. Radha was the wife of another gopa but was the most beloved of Krishna’s consorts and his constant companion.

How did Radha died?

Radha abandoned her body while listening to the tunes of the flute. Lord Krishna could not bear Radha’s death and broke his flute as a symbolic ending of love and threw it into the bush. Since then, Sri Krishna has not played the flute or any other instrument of life.

Why did Krishna marry 16000 wives?

Their number is mentioned as 16,000 or 16,108 in different scriptures. Krishna accepted them as his wives upon their insistence to save themselves from the society who saw them as slaves of the demon king Narakasura. The chief amongst them is sometimes called Rohini.

Who is Lord Krishna’s first wife?

Rukmini

Why did Krishna did not marry Radha?

Krishna didn’t married Radha because Lord Vishnu curse of separation from his love every time which he got from Sage Bhrigu for killing his wife. And Radha was Goloka avatar of Lakshmi and the only love of Krishna. Krishna had to be separated from his love Radha by the curse.

Why Krishna have so many wives?

Their number is mentioned as 16,000 or 16,108 in different scriptures. Krishna accepted them as his wives upon their insistence to save themselves from the society who saw them as slaves of the demon king Narakasura.