Explore the rich culture while visiting the many attractions Vrindavan is replete with. These cultural attractions are suitable for all ages and can prove to make your trip to Vrindavan a fruitful one. Be it historic monuments or cultural performances, cultural attractions somehow steal the show of the other attractions and things to do in Vrindavan.
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Raman Reti Road, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh 281121
05:30 am - 08:30 pm
Translating into 'Temple of Love', this beautiful structure is made of white Italian marble that can give even the Taj Mahal a run for its beauty and grandeur. Inaugurated in 2012, after eleven years of hard work and effort, this temple has gained massive popularity in a short frame of time. Blending in modern craftsmanship with ancient architectur...
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Bihari Ji Parikrama, Bankebihari Colony, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh 281121
07:45 am - 09:30 pm
One of the most renowned temples dedicated to Lord Krishna, is the Banke Bihari Temple. The idol of the deity is known as Thakur Ji, and the body is almost black in colour. The deity is taken care of like a child and thus all the rituals here are done like those for a child. Thus, there is no early morning aarti and no loud temple bells and conches...
If you're looking to get in touch with your inner spirituality, this temple built by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness or ISKCON, is the place you need to head to. One of the major temples of the organization, this white structure will welcome you with chanting sung by devotees all around the clock. The temple is dedicated to the ...
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Parikrama Marg, Seva Kunj, Gotam Nagar, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh 281121
06:30 am - 09:30 pm
One of the oldest temples in Vrindavan, the Radha Damodar Temple is a reflection of the glory of architecture in ancient India. Built in the year 1524, the temple has seen a fair amount of action too. When the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb invaded the sacred city of Vrindavan and wanted to destroy all the temples and deface all the deities here, the ido...
Considered to be the oldest temple in Vrindavan, the Madan Mohan Temple was originally a 60 feet tall temple atop a 50 feet high hill. The temple is dedicated to Madan Mohan, whose name translates into the “one who can even enchant Cupid”. When the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb seized Vrindavan and was attacking the temples, the deities of t...
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Keshi Ghat, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh 281121
Kesi Ghat is an embankment of the River Yamuna, and is one of the most beautiful spots in the whole on Vrindavan. There is a very interesting story behind how this spot got its name. This is the very place where Lord Krishna bathed in order to celebrate his killing of the demon Keshi, who was wreaking havoc in all of Vrindavan in the form of a fear...
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Nandagaon, Vrindavan, District Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India – 281121
06:30 am - 07:00 pm
Vrinda Kund is considered to be the dwelling place of Vrinda Devi, the gopi or cowgirl after whom Vrindavan was named. It is believed that Vrinda Devi used to come up with arrangements for Krishna and Radha to meet in secret at the nearby Gupta Kund. Vrinda Kund will leave you awe-struck, with its natural beauty. There is a temple dedicated to the ...
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Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh
08:00 am - 08:45 pm
Although bearing the scars of Aurangzeb's ruthlessness, the Govinda Dev Ji Temple still stands proudly, showing of the architectural wonder that it is. Built in the 1500s, this temple was desecrated by Aurangzeb, and his troop shelled the top floors of the temple. The idols were already sent to Jaipur for safe-keeping, but the temple was unfit to b...
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Mathura, Uttar Pradesh
This lake is a serene place depicting a fun facet of Krishna and Radha's eternal love story. This is where Radha and the gopis (cowgirls) used to come to pick out flowers for their favourite Krishna. The trees surrounding this 450 feet deep reservoir, provided Lord Krishna places to hide and play with his playmates. Around the lake are these beauti...
This 10 storey tall temple was built by the renowned Late Pagal Baba for his devotees. Exuding a calmness, this temple provides a stunning view of the entire city from the top floor. The temple is flocked by tourists during the festivals of Holi and Janmashtami, when the place is decorated by followers of Pagal Baba. The most inviting thing about P...
Dedicated to the eight friends of Radha that helped her in her divine union with her beloved Krishna, this temple is the first temple paying tribute to these deities. Said to have been made by sculptors descending from those who were responsible for the Taj Mahal, this temple shows off some excellent craftsmanship. The temple is a visual treat, wit...
Located in the heart of the sacred city of Vrindavan, is this stunning temple that houses the idol of Sneh Bihariji, an avatar of Lord Krishna. Built in 2003, the temple made of red and white marble, displays exquisitely traditional craftwork. There are 80 columns, all designed with elegant carvings, adorning the temples, giving the place a royal l...