Rukmini (Sanskrit: रुक्मिणी, IAST: Rukmiṇī) or Rukmani was princess of Vidarbha and she is the endless partner of Ruler Krishna, the lord of Dwaraka. Krishna nobly diverted Rukmini, according to her desire, and ran off with her as they cherished one another yet her sibling Rukmi out of jealousy had prohibited their marriage since Krishna slaughtered his uncle Kamsa who was additionally a companion of Rukmi. He had orchestrated an undesirable marriage between Sri Rukmini Devi and the evil Shishupala who was a cousin of Krishna on the fatherly side( His dad Vasudeva of the Yadava/Vrishni group had two sisters, one being Kunti and the other Srutashrava, mother of Shishupala ). Later Shrimati Rukmini composed an excellent love letter to Krishna to come and remove her (depicted in the Bhagavata Purana).
Vithoba, otherwise called Vi(t)thal(a) and Panduranga, is a Hindu divinity dominatingly adored in the Indian province of Maharashtra. He is commonly considered as an appearance of the god Vishnu or his symbol, Krishna. Vithoba is regularly portrayed as a dim little fellow, standing arms akimbo on a block, now and then joined by his primary partner Rakhumai.