Krishna approaches Radha and a go-between who has facilitated this meeting. Recurrent within the Rasikapriya iconography are the open pavilion and empty bed, allusions to a possible passionate encounter
Plate 7 - The Message of the Eyes Krishna is shown seated in a window overlooking an open verandah. Radha has averted her face and is looking at Krishna. On the sides are sakhis talking to each other about the love of Radha and Krishna
Krishna disguised as gopi, in women's clothes, embracing Radha. Painting from a Rasika Priya series. Pahari, Kangra, ca. 1820-1825. Best view: http://media.vam.ac.uk/collections/img/2013/GD/2013GD5451_2500.jpg
Plate 2 - Restlessness of Love The sakhis are watching the restless Radha from a porch in the courtyard. Radha stares at Krishna from the entrance door of her house. She is shown gazing at him from the second floor. In the background, are green hillocks, dotted with mangoes and box-like houses reminiscent of Alampur.