Shri Gokulchandramaji is the Moon of Gokul and stands in a tribhangi posture, bent in three places, His legs crossed at the ankles. He is poised to play the flute. A Kshatriya woman found Him and Shri Navanita Priyaji in the Yamuna river while she was on her way to Mahavana. She presented the Svarupas to Shri Vallabhacharya who then established Shri Gokulchandraji in the home of his follower Narayana Brahamchari. After he passed away, Shri Gokul Chandramaji returned to Shri Vallabhacharya’s family and Shri Gusainji later entrusted Him to his fifth son, Shri Raghunath.
During Aurangzeb’s reign, shri Gokulchandramaji was taken to Jaipur and then in 1687 A.D. He moved to Bikaner Rajasthan, where the ruler , Sardar singh , was great devotee of the Pushti Marga. Shri Gokulchandraji resided there for six years and then was taken to Kamvan in Vraja, where He resides today.
Shri Gusainji speaks of this divine form of Shri Krishna and explains, “Shri Gokulchandramaji entices even the Love-God, the enchanter of all other hearts. When Shri Krishna disappeared from the Gopis they cried for their Beloved. Then Shri Krishna appeared before them as Shri Gokulchandramaji with a lovely from bent in three places. He danced the Rasa Lila with the Gopis and played the flute and gave all the bhaktas of Vrindavan a gift of His own nectar. The seven holes in the Blessed Lord’s flute are His six divine virtues plus His dharmi aspect wherein He contains the other six virtues. Shri Krishna places His fingers over those holes and consoles the bhaktas,” I am under the control of your loving devotion. I will always be in debt to you .’Shri Gokulchandramaji also makes Rasa Lila and His appearance is full of divine elements.”