Vrindavan is a small town in the city of Mathura, the state of Uttar Pradesh. It is a place known for its extremely bright and religious culture and stories which have taken place here in the ancient times. The place is actually known as the place where Lord Krishna spent his entire childhood and where the great stories came from.
Shri Banke Bihari Mandir
Shri Banke Bihari Mandir is a temple devoted to Lord Krishna and it’s a sacred place situated in the Mathura district. Adore the image of Lord Krishna that reflects you the image of a child; the interesting fact of the temple is that you won’t find the bells or conchs in this temple.
Shahji Temple was constructed in 1876; the temple is devoted to Lord Krishna and the main goddess here is Chote Radha Raman. It is an incredible structure with 12 magnificent spiral columns with a height of 15 ft.
The Prem Mandir in Raman Reiti, Vrindavan, is authorized under the organization of Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat. Spreaded over 54 acres, it is dedicated to the famous love symbol Radha-Krishna. The construction duration was 2001-2012, it was inaugurated on February 17, 2012.
Stands among the largest temple in Vrindavan; devoted mainly to the Lord Vishnu and constructed in the south Indian Dravidian style.
Pagal Baba Temple
Incredible temple to adore the magnificence, constructed with the 10-storey building with white marble stone. View the scenes associated with the lives of Rama and Krishna.
Bordered with a garden full of twisted Tulsi, a holy tree and it is believed that Lord Krishna visits this temple every night to perform the holy dance.
Explore Kans Quila
Kans Quila stands among the wonderful attractions and it is located on the northern banks of the Yamuna river. It is also known with another name called old fort or Purana Quila. Don’t miss this when you are on a trip to Mathura.
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One can visit the Vrindavan during the winter season; October to March is the best time to consider.
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