Are there many Radharanis, Yashoda Matas, and Nanda Maharajas?

ASK BVKS | November 2, 2013 |

English; Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India

Question:

1) As you know we have our Swarupa in the spiritual world and we can change that too. So, do you think there is one Srimati Radharani or many? Is there one Nanda Maharaja or many? One Yashodha Mataji or many?

 

2) So, do we have one Lord Shiva or many? We have many Brahmas and many universes and many Rudra manifestations. So what do you known about that?

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