People say that Sridama’s younger brother, Subala is the monozygotic twin of Sri Radharani. Usually monzygotic twins are exactly similar in physical features. Seeing Subala from a little distance, he looks like a girl. People say that he looks so identical to his sister that many times even Kirti Maiya is confused between her Lala and Lali.
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Nanda Baba’s Youngest Brother- Malla Chacha | Bhadra’s Mother- Atula Chachi | Golok Ek Parivar (English) Part 16
The youngest Chacha, Nandanji, is known as Malla chacha (wrestler Uncle). Both the Tauji’s and Nanda Baba call him “Chote” or little one, but both Tai ji (s), Yashoda Maiya, Rohini Ma and other Gopa- gopi (s) including Choti Chachi (his wife) call him Malla (Wrestler). Everyone say “Bhadra is the eldest son of Malla.” Don’t know why they say it.
Nanda Baba’s Younger Brother- Sananda | Kuvla Chachi and Rishabha | Golok Ek Parivar (English) Part 15
If you were to find a follower or a faithful devotee, take Bade Chacha’s example. Though his name is Sananda, he is such a staunch devotee of his elder brother Nanda that his name should be Nandanug (or the follower of Nanda). Unlike his elder brothers Upananda and Mahananda, he is neither fair-white nor is he rosy-fair in complexion.
Nanda Baba’s elder brother- Abhinanda | Krishna plays with his Chote Tau | Golok Ek Parivar (English) Part 14
Most certainly, Arjun (known as बूढा दादा) is more familiar with our pets than we ourselves are. He is the most experienced in gathering cows. Though he maintains calm and repose and speaks less, not just cows and bull, but calves too listen to him.
Nanda baba’s Elder brother Upanandji | Tungi Tai, (Arjuna and Tejasvi)- Friends of Krishna | Golok Ek Parivar (English) Part 13
Our entire Golok is one family and a family where the feeling of otherness has no room. Here time and place have no functioning. For one purpose, the wives of one’s palace will have separate magnificent mansions and gardens while, for a different purpose Tau chacha and other members stay such that by just calling softly they come.
Krishna and Balaram’s Mother Rohini Ma Love | Rohini Ma in Golok Vrindavan | Golok Ek Parivar (English) Part 12
Do Krishna’s questions ever follow logic- “Why does this tree give such small fruits?” Rohini Ma explains- The fruits have just come. They will slowly grow and on ripening be very sweet. Krishna starts thinking- “They have just come?” After walking all must be tired, Shall I offer some water. A smiles comes on Rohini Ma’s lips.
Elders speak many weird things that we (Author) children can never dream of understanding. Take this fact that Rohini ma isn’t from Gokul, but from Mathura. On one side the gopas say that entire Vraja belongs to hers. Baba and Maiya keep pressing that she is the queen of Vraja, but still, she isn’t from here, but from Mathura.