Saturday, 21 December 2013

Vrindavan Mathura India


Vrindavan : Vrindavan is one of the most sacred regions of the Krishnalok. It is one of the stages where Krishna is said to have performed his romantic and sportive roles amidst the sacred tulsi forests, from where the city derives its name. Remember that it is customary for devotees to walk the parikrama around Vrindavan, and a paved road here is set for that purpose.
Madan Mohan Temple: Located near Kali Ghat, this is one of the oldest temples in Vrindavan. It is closely associated with Saint Chaitanya and the original idol of Lord Madan Gopal was replaced by a replica of the image.
Banke-Bihari Temple: This is one of the most popular shrines here, housing an image of Banke Bihari, whose eyes are said to dazzle so much that a curtain is pulled in front of it every few minutes!
Radha Raman Temple: This was set up by the Radha-Vallabh sect and has a crown of Radharani placed next to the idol of Lord Krishna.
vrindavan madan mohan temple vrindavan mathura india
Jaipur Temple: Dedicated to Shri Radha Mahadev, this sandstone temple boasts of beautiful carvings that adorn its walls.