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Best Things to do in Vrindavan

Welcome to The Vrindavan

Fact & figure
  • Indian union territory:
  • Area:
  • Population : 63,005 (2011)
  • Language : Braj, Hindi, English
  • Attractions : Temple, Ghats And museums
  • Rainfall : 722 mm
  • : 170 m
  • Monsoon : July till September
  • Best time to visit : November to February
  • Temprature :

History of Vrindavan

Located in the Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh, Vrindavan holds a lot of importance in terms of religious aspects. The town of Vrindavan is considered as the place where Lord Krishna had spent his childhood days due to which it has a lot of importance in the Hindu mythology. There are many temples in here which one can find, solely dedicated to Radha Krishna.
There are certain religious places which one should visit while in Vrindavan. The Govardhana and Gokul are such places which should be visited. Each place in Vrindavan would speak of the tales of the childhood days of Lord Krishna. The town has the most number of devotees and followers of Lord Krishna. History had it that Mira Bai, who was an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna had left the Mewar region so as to spend the rest of her life in Vrindavan. The place where Mira Bai stayed in Vrindavan, was further named as the Pracheen Meerabai temple and is visited by the devotees every year. Meera Bai was among the finest poets in the country and is considered as an epitome of devotion.
There are many temples in Vrindavan like the Shri Radha Madana Mohana temple, the Shree Radha Govinda temple, Shri Radha Damodar temple, Shri Radha Vallabh temple, the Ranganath temple, Jagannath temple and many more. Each of this temple has the idol of Radha Krishna. The Prem Mandir is one of the most visited temples as it is considered as the temple dedicated to divine love.
The city of Widows is yet another name given to Vrindavan as it consists of a large number of widows who come here to spend the rest of their life in devotion to Lord Krishna. There are certain NGOs too which are made especially for supporting the widows and their children. Overall, one can find the largest number of Lord Krishna devotees in Vrindavan and would feel the religious vibes in here.

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