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  • Ordinarily, the word gopi means 'the daughter of a cowherd family'.

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  • In South, the bindi is known as gopi, pottu and kuri, materials varying from sandalwood paste to red and black powders.

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  • KOLKATA: You could call Wen Kunrong, a 54-year-old Chinese woman, a devotee of Hindu God Krishna, but she would rather be called his 'gopi' (consort).

    The Times of India

  • You could call Wen Kunrong, a 54-year-old Chinese woman, a devotee of Hindu God Krishna, but she would rather be called his 'gopi' (consort).

    India eNews

  • Hijdas are Human too, originally uploaded by firoze shakir photographerno1. pain , joy restleness remorse despair a part of her virtue she hurts more than you and me the hijda is human too she is not what she wants to be emasculated euphoria she outgrew hopes rekindled on the pyre she finally becomes new from mohan to mohini from ram to rama from gopal to gopi the hijda a human soul in lieu

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  • Then he would multiply himself sixteen thousand times-one for each gopi-and make love to each one the way she most desired.

    Even Cowgirls Get The Blues

  • Every gopi was in love with Krishna, a good-looking young god who played the flute like it was going outta style.

    Even Cowgirls Get The Blues

  • Over the cowgirl's shoulder miles of wheatgrass shimmered like the brushed hairs of a gopi.

    Even Cowgirls Get The Blues

  • After the intermission she danced "Jamuna Teer" ("By the Banks of the River Jamuna"), playing the tale of Krishna and the gopi (cow-herd) girls, and "Lament to the Birds," in which the lovelorn heroine addresses one bird after another, finding in each a likeness of Vishnu, who has her heart.

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  • Mae'n flynyddoedd ers i mi weld copi ohono fo, dwi'n cofio gweld ambell i gopi yn nhŷ fy Nain a Thaid yn ôl yn y saithdegau, ond prin iawn faswn i wedi darogan gweld fy hun yn darllen yr un cylchgrawn rhai 35 o flynyddoedd yn ddiweddarach, ac yn ei ddeall!!

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  • milkmaid, the most famous of which is Krishna's consort Radha

    May 24, 2009