bhagavan harir isvarah
yan no vihaya govindah
prito yam anayad rahah
anaya—by Her; aradhitah—worshiped; nunam—indeed; bhagavan—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; harih—Krsna; isvarah—the Lord; yat—from which; nah—us; vihaya—rejecting; govindah—Lord Sri Krsna; pritah—satisfied; yam—whom; anayat—brought; rahah—a secluded place.
"When the gopis began to talk among themselves, they said, 'Dear friends, the gopi who has been taken away by Krsna to a secluded place must have worshiped the Lord more than anyone else.' "
The name Radha is derived from this verse (Bhag. 10.30.28), from the words anayaradhitah, meaning "by Her the Lord is worshiped." Sometimes the critics of Srimad-Bhagavatam find it difficult to find Radharani's holy name, but the secret is disclosed here in the word aradhitah, from which the name Radha has come. Of course, the name of Radharani is directly mentioned in other Puranas. This gopi's worship of Krsna is topmost, and therefore Her name is Radha, or the topmost worshiper.
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