“”Stay away from me, O beautiful Radha. Stop desiring me.
I have united the Ila, Pingala and Sushumna, and so captured the wind-like mind. I have sealed the tenth door (the Brahma-randhra) and am fully situated on the yogic path.
I have cut the arrows of Cupid with the arrow of knowledge, and your youthful beauty no longer affects me. I no longer feel any transformations in my body and I recognize the futility of life in this world.” With these cruel words the Holder of the Discus, the Lord, the best of the playboys (nāgara-vara) became still, absorbed in meditation”. So sings Chandidas before his goddess Basali.”—Rupa Goswami’s Vidagdha-mādhava. PAGE 378