Radha (राधा), also called Radhika, is a Hindu goddess and the chief consort of the god Krishna. She is worshiped as the goddess of love, tenderness, compassion, and devotion. She is the avatar of goddess Lakshmi and is also described as the chief of the Gopis (milkmaids).
In Hindu Dharma, Radha is believed to be a goddess and the main consort of Lord Krishna. She is venerated as the Goddess of empathy, affection, tenderness and devotion. She is portrayed as the chief of gopis (milkmaids). Also referred to as Radharani, she is a supreme goddess who is thought to be the female counterpart and the internal potency of Krishna, who lives in Goloka, the celestial residence of Radha Krishna. She is believed to be with Krishna in all his manifestations.