About Seva Kunj, Vrindavan
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 Tickets 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 Get To Seva Kunj by Public Transport
- Hire an auto-rickshaw.
- Hire a cycle-rickshaw.
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"This place is also called Nikuñjavana. It lies just near the temple of Śrī Rādhā-Dāmodara, to the south-west. A painting of Śrīmatī Rādhikā with Śrī Kṛṣṇa massaging Her feet is worshipped here in a small temple. The Vrajavāsīs say that even today Śrī Rādhā-Kṛṣṇa Yugala perform Their pastimes here every night. Everyone therefore leaves this kuñja at dusk. Even the impudent monkeys independently leave this kuñja as the evening falls. From time to time it happens that someone stubbornly tries to remain here during the night, and in the morning is found dead. Others have by some means escaped death, but have become completely insane. Bhakta Rasakhāna searched for Kṛṣṇa all over Vraja but without success. Finally, he had darśana of rasika Śrī Kṛṣṇa at this very place. He has revealed this in his beautiful poetry as follows: dekhyo duryo vah kuñj kuṭīr meṁ baiṭhyo paloṭat rādhikā pāyan “Standing in the doorway of the kuñja, I watch Kṛṣṇa as He sits massaging Rādhikā’s feet submissively.” [The word paloṭa here indicates that Kṛṣṇa is massaging in the mood, “I will not go to Candrāvalī’s kuñja again.”] In Sevā-kuñja, we also find Lalitā-kuṇḍa. When Lalitā was feeling thirsty during rāsa, Kṛṣṇa manifested this beautiful kuṇḍa by digging it with His flute. Lalitā and the sakhīs drank the kuṇḍa’s sweet, cool water and refreshed themselves. There is a keli-kadamba tree nearby whose every knot bulges out and resembles a round śālagrāma." Excerpt from the book 'Sri Vraja-mandal Parikrama' by Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Gosvami Maharaja
Radha Rani Ke Lord Sri Krishna Seva K Sinha place
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!!
Historical place known for Sri Radha Krishna lila
Yet another mystery about india Locals say that at night lord krishna does raasleela along with their gopis It is also said that those who sees the events happening at night attain salvation At night the voices of gunghru and dancing is heared Also no one lives in the houses close to this holy place since when ever someone saw the raasleela they got blind Locals also says that at night tulsi turns into gopi and monkey as people
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