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Krishna and Gopis Rasalila
Lord Krishna is the eighth and the most popular incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Rasalila specifically indicates a circular dance of the gopis (cowherd girls) with Krishna. This was the highest form of expression of the gopis devotion to the Lord. This dance would occur in the autumn season at night under the moon when Lord Krishna would captivate the young gopis with the extraordinary music of his flute.
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