It is the name of Lord Krishna’s sword.
Srimati Radharani’s Syamantaka jewel is known as Sankhacuda siromani.
The splendid white stone house on Nandisvara Hill where Krishna grew up is called as Amodavardhana.
Srimati Radharani’s private flower garden is named Kandarpakuhali.
Srimati Radharani’s jeweled comb is named Svastida.
Srimati Radhrani’s jeweled mirror is named Sudhamsudarpaharana, which means “that which removes (harana) the moon’s (sudhamsu) pride (darpa).”
Srimati Radharani’s garments are named Meghambara.
Srimati Radharani’s ankle-bells are called Ratnagopura.
Srimati Radharani’s sash (the cloth tied around the waist) is named Kancanacitrangi.
Srimati Radharani’s signet ring is named Vipaksamardini.
Srimati Radharani’s bracelets are called Manikarvura.
Srimati Radharani’s anklets are called Catakarava because their tinkling sounds resemble the warbling of cataka birds.
The pearl decorating Srimati Radharani’s nose is named Prabhakari.
Srimati Radharani’s jeweled earrings are named Rocana.
Srimati Radharani’s tilaka marking is named Smarayantra
Krishna’s tilaka marking is named Drstimohana.
Krishna’s gunja necklace is named Ragavalli.
The crest-jewel on Krishna’s crown, Ratnapara is named Camaradamari.
Krishna’s two anklets are named Hamsaganjana.
Krishna’s signet ring is named Ratnamukhi.
Krishna’s two armlets are named Rangada.
Krishna’s vina is named Tarangini.
Krishna has a flute by the name Maha nanda.
Krishna’s flute is named Bhuvana mohini.
Krishna’s glistening jewel-handled scissors are named Tustida.
Krishna’s bow’s bowstring is named Manjulasara.
Krishna’s toy lotus flower is named Sadasmera.
It means “Simple”. Krishna also has a flute by the name Sarala.
Radharani’s jeweled necklace is named Harimohana.
Mandana is Krishna’s cane.
Krishna’s shark-shaped earrings are named Ratiragadhidaivata.
Krishna’s peacock feather crown is named Navaratnavidamba.
Nigamasobhana is the names of Lord Krishna’s yellow garments.
Amrtadohani is Krishna’s milk bucket.
Madanajhankrti is one of the flutes of Lord Krishna. It has six holes.
Citrakoraka is Krishna’s toy ball.
Lord Krishna wears the Vaijayanti Mala(garland), which contains flowers of five colors.
A sacred river flowing in India as well as in the heavenly planets. Srimati Radharani’s golden stick for applying mascara is named Narmada.