vṛndāraṇya mahārājyā mahāseka mahojjvalā
goṣṭha sarva janā jīvya vadanā radanottamā
She was crowned as the Queen of Vṛndāvana in a splendid bathing-ceremony,
Her face is the very life of all the people of Vraja and She has the nicest teeth.
Stavāmṛta Kaṇā Vyākhyā:
Although for the worldly eyes the great kingdom of Vṛndāvana extends over just five Yojanas (40 miles), it is all-pervading and even more opulent than Vaikuṇṭha.
In the Brahma Vimohana līlā Lord Brahmā saw all the universes in a single corner of Vṛndāvana. Śrīmatī Rādhārānī’s splendid abhiṣeka is elaborately described by Śrīla Jīva Gosvāmī in his Mādhava Mahotsava.
In this book the wife of the sungod, Chāyā, told Paurṇamāsī-devī:
khalu ramā’py anayā na samāyate nigama mūrti mukhād iti nah śrutam
vanam idam mita yojana pañcakaṁ tad iha rājyam iyaṁ katham arhatu
(Mādhava Mahotsava 6.60)
“O devi! We have heard from the Vedas that even the goddess of fortune cannot equal Śrī Rādhā, therefore is this small tract of land named Vṛndāvana, that extends over just forty miles, befitting Her? (We would be happy if She could be crowned as the empress of all the universes!)”
When Vindhyā-devī (Śrī Kṛṣṇa’s younger sister) heard Chāyā-devī’s words she said:
vanam idam kila yojana pañcakātmakam iti prathitaṁ khalu nānyathā
tad api dṛṣṭam idaṁ vidhinā purā lasad ajāṇḍa-śatādikamaṁ śatah (6.65)
yad ati dhīg ati pāraka vaibhavaṁ praṇaya sāram ayaṁ sakhi tanmaye
bhavati Kṛṣṇa-vane khalu rādhikā nṛpa-pada-sthiti-bhāg-iti hi sthitih (6.67)
“O sakhi! It’s well known that Vṛndāvana extends over just forty miles, but still, in old days, Lord Brahmā personally saw all the universes in a single corner of this place! Therefore, O sakhi, all the opulence that is inconceivable to the mundane intelligence and that bestows prema, which is the essence of praṇaya, is certainly always present in Vṛndāvana. Thus premamayī Rādhikā is fully qualified to be crowned as Queen of this place!”
When Paurṇamāsī-devī performed the bathing ceremony for the Queen of this transcendental premabhūmi Vṛndāvana, a divine light of prema emanated from Premamayī’s body.
Śrīla Jīva Gosvāmī writes:
atha baṭubhir amuṣyāṁ pūrṇimāntaś caraṇe
prathayatim anumuccāryābhiṣekaṁ nipena
ruci rucira sudhābhih sāpi netrābhirāmā
salalitam abhiṣiñcaty-aṅga-saṅghaṁ janānām
(Mādhava Mahotsavam 7.42)
“While the brahmacārīs chanted mantras, Paurṇamāsī-devī poured jugs full of water over Rādhikā’s head. Then Śrīmatī’s form, that delights the eyes, showered delicious nectar over the limbs of all the assembled people”.
Śrīmatī’s face is the very life of all the Vrajavāsīs. The people of Vraja who all love Śrī Kṛṣṇa, are just like Cakora-birds that are thirsty for drinking the nectarean moonrays emanating from Śrī Rādhikā’s love-laden moonlike face, which are their only life-support.
Śrī Rādhikā’s teeth are the nicest (the most beautiful), according to Govinda Līlāmṛta (11.80):
rādhā dantān vijita śikharān phulla kundādyamitrān
viśva vyāptīr ita nija karān unmadān vīkṣya vedhāh
drāk ced oṣṭhādhara su pihitānnākariṣyat tadā te
nānā varṇam jagad api sitādvaitam eva vyadhāsyan
“Rādhā’s teeth that resemble ripe pomegranate-seeds, defeat their enemies the blooming white Kundaflowers (in whiteness). Seeing the bright white rays of these jewel-like teeth pervading the whole universe, the Creator at once covered them with Her lips.
If not, then the whole multicolored universe would be pervaded by an undifferentiated white effulgence!”