The wonders of the spiritual world are endless, and the mercy that the dhama extends to her devotees is quite unique. The entire planet of Goloka is comprised of chintamani, wish-fulfilling touchstone, capable of imparting whatever spiritual perfection the pilgrim may desire.
The moon tower standing at Govardhan between Syama kunda and Lalita kunda awards a bird's eye view of a significant portion of the dham. The tower offers a variety of services to both the Deities and to Their devotees as they take turns watching over one another. It signifies our watchful and yearning search of the countryside for indications of Krishna's pastimes.
All the kundas in New Vrindaban embody and hold a deep, sweet devotional principal. Lalita-kunda specifically testifies to the truth that no one, not even Krishna Himself, can approach Radha's kunda, service, or mercy without the blessings of Srimati Lalita Devi. And Radha complies with this principle by remaining ever submissive to the loving and protective will of Her senior sakhi.
As the sun rises over the reddish horizon and dissipates the morning fog, the beauty of the fields, forests, and pasturing grounds become illuminated, serving as a backdrop for Sri Sri Radha Gopinath's various pastime places at Govardhan Hill in New Vrindaban.
Tundavik, the resident peacock of Radha-kunda who is devoted to delivering fresh feathers for Gopinath's turban, patiently oversaw Lalita's planting of flowers (photo caption 2). As soon as Lalita completed this service, Tundavik rushed on site (see action photo).