Vrindavan, the major
Pilgrimage center of Uttar Pradesh is sited just 15 kms from Mathura,
together named as “Twin cities” related to activities
and life of Lord Krishna. Vrindavan, a regularly visited spot is
deeply associated with Lord Krishna’s childhood, youth and
frolicking in woods with gopis and Radha. The place is renowned
for abundant of ancient and modern Hindu temples. The name Vrindavan
evokes with the liveliness and adorable features of lord Krishna,
is the most venerated spot is thronged by thousand of tourist from
all over the world.
It is that spot of Lord Krishna which was under guidance of Yashoda.
According to Hindu Scripture, newly born Krishna was taken by his
father to the nearby village of Vrindavan and left him to Yashoda’s
home. Thus Vrindavan is lord Krishna’s playground and here he
encountered with Radha and fell in love. Innumerable temples have
been devoted to the child hood, teenage and adolescent of Lord Krishna.
As per Myth Vrindavan is the genuine temple city in India so it needs
more than a month to grab history behind founding of all these temples.
The temples of Vrindavan carry a strong religious importance for
the Hindus. The temple premise is filled with the enchanting sound
of chanting, dancing, shaking heads, uttering silent prayers or lamenting
under the impact of mystical bliss. Banke- Bihari temple, Iskcon Temple,
Govind Deo temple, the Shahji temple, Radha Vallabh Temple and Jaipur
Temple are names of some world famous temples of Vrindavan.
Banke- Bihari temple
is a popular shrine in Vrindavan erected in the year of 1864. The
temple is vast-beautiful, swarmed with the devotees and its popularity
is growing day by day. The Radha Vallabh Temple set up by the Radha-
Vallabh sect is a famous place accountable in gathering large number
of travelers. The Jaipur Temple is an opulently embroidered and
luxurious temple in Vrindavan was built by Sawai Madhav Singh, the
Maharaja of Jaipur in 1917.
Each and every temples of Vrindavan is rich with significance of
the Krishna. The Madan Mohan Temple is sited close to Kali Ghat
is the oldest exiting temple of Vrindavan today. Seva Kunj is famous
for Krishna’s dance and delight with Gopis. Lord Krishna spent
some of the fabulous time with Radha in this garden. Iskcon temple
is better called as Krishna Balaram Mandir is dedicated to Krishna,
his brother Balaram and Radha. Krishna devotees from all over the
world flock brings a truly international flavor to this ancient
holy city Vrindavan. One can find people from different countries
having different linguistic backgrounds are chanting the 'Hare Rama