Seva Kunj

  • Address: Kunj Gali, Near RadhaBallabh Temple, Gotam Nagar, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh 281121, India
  • Phone: +91-7042438842
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Forest, Historical Site, Family And Kids

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According to belief, Seva Kunj is the forest where Lord Krishna used to rendezvous with his eternal love Radha. The term 'seva' means 'to serve', and it is said that Krishna served Radha selflessly at this very place, and till date the two continue to meet here each night. There is also a small temple dedicated to the lovers, and every evening it is decorated and provided with all the needed items for the meeting of the two. The walls of the temple are adorned with beautiful paintings of Radha-Krishna's stories. This is a place where you will definitely feel at peace with yourself.

Seva Kunj Information

  • The temple gates close after sunset and no one is allowed to enter the temple after evening aarti.

Seva Kunj Ticket Prices

  • Most Hindu temples in India have no entry fees.

Seva Kunj Opening and Closing Hours

  • Temple Timing: 8.00 am - 7.30 pm
  • The temple remains closed between 11:00 AM to 05:30 PM.

How To reach Seva Kunj by Public Transport

  • Hire an auto-rickshaw.
  • Hire a cycle-rickshaw.

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  • Seva Kunj Address: Kunj Gali, Near RadhaBallabh Temple, Gotam Nagar, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh 281121, India
  • Seva Kunj Contact Number: +91-7042438842
  • Seva Kunj Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Seva Kunj: 01:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Seva Kunj

  • 95% of people who visit Vrindavan include Seva Kunj in their plan

  • 33.58% of people start their Seva Kunj visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Seva Kunj

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

55.42% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Seva Kunj

People normally club together Shahji Temple and Sneh Bihari Temple while planning their visit to Seva Kunj.

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  • Visit to vrindavan is incomplete without a visit to seva kunj. Temple timings are linked to radha vallabh temple timings. Mangla aarti is a must at 5.30 am. Still believed that nobody stays at this kunj after evenings. Even the animals like monkeys move away from this place in the night and return in the morning. Adequate arrangement have been made to tackle monkey menace by placing protective mesh around the entire parikrama marg. Visitors are more safe here than nidhi van.

  • Place is surrounded by a lot of forest basils. Monkeys are local goons here. Never ever mess with them. If you do any monkey act in front of them then only Lord Krishna can save you!! 😁✌

  • Nice Hindu temple and tourist place ....Seva Kunj, also known as Nikunj Van (forest), is located in Vrindavan. Vrindavan is a city which goes synonymous with the life of Lord Krishna. It is a town in Mathura district where according to Mahabharata, Lord Krishna spent his childhood. It is one of the most important Hindu pilgrim point. The place is known as Seva Kunj because Lord Krishna used to do seva (selfless service) of Radha and helped her get ready for Raas Leela .

  • Due to its spiritual significance. Lord Krishna pressed Radha'feet when she got tired.

  • Seva Kunj, also known as Nikunj Van (forest), is located in Vrindavan. Vrindavan is a city which goes synonymous with the life of Lord Krishna. It is a town in Mathura district where according to Mahabharata, Lord Krishna spent his childhood. It is one of the most important Hindu pilgrim point. The place is known as Seva Kunj because Lord Krishna used to do seva (selfless service) of Radha and helped her get ready for Raas Leela (a holy dance).

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