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Maa Veshno Devi Dham
For most people the mention of Maa Vaishno Devi conjures images of queues of people clambering up innumerable steps for darshan in the foot hills above Jammu to the famed shrine of the goddess Vaishno Devi. It is a pilgrimage which lakhs of Hindus swear by. Now a devotee is recreating the Magic of Maa’s darshan in the land of another popular diety – in Lord Krishna’s playground, Vrindavan in Mathura (UP).
Prem Mandir
Prem Mandir is a unique Divine monument in Vrindavan India which will represent the true history and the religion of India, relate its eternal Divine aspect and display 1,008 Braj leela songs of Radha Krishn as revealed by Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj.On the walls of this double story 122 x 195 ft. temple the true theme of our scriptures and the essence of the leelas of the Bhagwatam will be depicted in an exquisite manner in intricately carved marble panels.
Akshay Patra
Akshay Patra - Uttar Pradesh was the second state in India to which Akshaya Patra expanded its operations. We began in August 2003 in the holy city of Vrindavan, Mathura district. An exclusive kitchen facility has been created in an architectural geodesic marvel. In keeping with the regional preferences of the children in the area, a roti machine which makes 40,000 rotis per hour, with sprinklers to distribute oil evenly to each roti was installed. The decentralized kitchen model is also in place in 88 villages of Mathura District, currently creating employment for hundreds of women in the area.
Located within the Krishna-Baldev Temple premises, the temple wall is adorned with exquisite paintings and carvings depicting the life of Lord Krishna. Beautiful architecture, carved arches and immense spirituality make the place a divine destination in Vrindavan. Be prepared to listen to 'Hare Krishna' as everybody you will meet inside the temple premise will greet you with these two words.
Banke Bihari Mandir
Banke Bihari Temple was established by Swami Haridas of the Nimbarka Sampradaya, a contemporary of the six Gosvamis. It is said that he discovered the Banke Bihari deity at Nidhivana, sometime in the 16th century. Banke Bihari was moved here when this temple was constructed in 1864 (some say 1874). Originally Banke Bihariji was worshiped alone. Later a small deity of Radharani was added. The Banke Bihari Temple was close to the Nidivana temple in India.
Nidhivan is one of the most significant and popular temples of Vrindavan. It is termed as MADHUVAN also. Swami Haridasa, a divine saint who was the very cause of appearance (advent) or PRAKATTYA of Lord BANKEY BIHARI at this renowned Nidhivana, used to please his PRIYA- PRIYATAM. Lord (Thakur) Bankey Bihari by pouring the melodious rapture of his thrilling music in the periphery of this spiritual temple. It is surrounded with the small-sized trees. So to say, it is a spiritually blessed temple where spontaneous overflow of devotion and penance flows every time.
Seva Kunj
Kunja means "Forest Groves". Seva Kunja is a place where Krishna serves Radharani by massaging Her feet and by decorating Her hair with flowers. At every step it is filled with the sweetness of conjugal love of Radha Krishna. It is said that Radha Krishna perform their night pastimes here. So no one is allowed in the garden at night. If someone tries to do that, he will immediately go insane. There are many monkeys in the garden but they also leave at night. A beautiful temple of Radha Krishna is there in the garden and it is called Rang Mahal. Once Lalita Sakhi got thirsty during the Rasa Dance, then Krishna created a water pond by pushing his flute into the ground. This pond is called Lalita Kunda. One may take water from this Kunda for devotion and purification. The glories of Seva Kunja remain inexplicable.
Rang Ji Mandir
Vrindavan 's longest temple, it was constructed in 1851 by Seth Govind Das ji & Seth Laxmi Chand Ji. All were disciples of Acharyavarya Rangdeshie Swami where as the main gate is in Rajput style, The temple follows South Indian architectural pattern. The outer wall measure 773 ft. and encompass a water tank, a garden and the actual temple. The "Dhweja Stambha ", 50 ft. tall , is believed to be gold plated .
Govindaji Temple
Built in 1590, this ancient temple of Vrindavan has a number of fascinating stories to tell. The original Govindaji Deity was removed from this temple and kept in Jaipur when Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb tried to destroy it. This magnificent temple houses a spectacular marble altar adorned with gold and silver and hold the idols of Govindaji in the middle, Lord Chaitanya to His left and Lord Nityananda to His right. A sculptured lotus flower weighing several tons decorates the main hall of the temple and demands a careful look from your side.
Pagal Baba Mandir
Pagal Baba Temple is an important piece of modern architecture. This imposing gleaming white structure is one of the main temples in Vrindavan. You can have a good look of the city from the top floor. The temple is famous for its puppet exhibition in the ground floor. The puppets play act scenes from the two great Epics if India, Mahabharata and Ramayana. Outside the temple you will find many shops selling devotional items like flowers, incense stick and dresses for idol. The temple is decorated by the followers of Pagal Baba during Holi and Janmashthami.
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Shop no. 01, Basant Bihar Market
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Satya Dham Market,
Chaitnya Vihar, Vrindavan
Vishram Ghat
Shri Krishna Janma Bhoomi
Govindaji Temple
Krishna Balarama Mandir
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