Govinda Das Kaviraj has written this song “Adha Adha Anga Milala”. This song is taken from the book Padavali. In this song, Govinda Das Kaviraj gives a wonderful description about the beauty of the two halves of the divine couple – Srimati Radha and Lord Krishna.
adha adha anga milala radha kanu
adha kapale sasi adha bhale bhanu
adha gale gaja-moti adha bana-mala
adha naba gaura-tanu adha cikana kala
adha ange pita-basa adha nila sadi
adha bhuje balaya adha bhuje nila cudi
adha ange hilahili gheragheri bahu
gobinda kahe canda garasala rahu
(1) Radha and Krsna, the two halves that are the divine couple, meet. One half has a forehead like the moon. The other half has a forehead like the sun.
(2) One half wears an elephant-pearl necklace. The other half wears a forest-flower garland. One half has a youthful fair form. The other half has a glistening dark form.
(3) One half wears yellow garments. The other half wears a sari of blue. One half wears valaya bracelets. The other half wears dark cudi bracelets.
(4) The two halves of the divine couple stand side-by-side, arm-in-arm. Govinda dasa says: They are fair and dark, splendid like dark Rahu in the midst of swallowing the glistening moon.