- title of a book [ NOT Ṛg-pariśiṣṭa ]
the supplement to the Ṛg Veda.
✍ Similarly, it is also stated in the Ṛk-pariśiṣṭa: “rādhayā mādhavo devo mādhavenaiva rādhikā vibhrājante janeṣv ā – the handsomeness of Mādhava is enhanced by Rādhā, and the exquisite loveliness of Rādhā is heightened by Mādhava.”
The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia. 2015.
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