Place to Visit in Mathura & vrindavan


Dwarkadhish Temple

Hotel in mathura , best hotel in mathura , hotel in mathuraDwarkadheesh Temple is one of the most visited shrines of Mathura. Built in 1814, Dwarkadhish Temple is said to have been constructed by Seth Gokul Das Parikh, who was the treasurer of the Gwalior Estate. He was a great devotee of Lord Krishna and erected the shrine to commemorate the deity. In the present day, Dwarikadhish Temple is administered by the followers of the Vallabhacharya sect. The main shrine embraces the images of Lord Krishna and his beloved Radha. Apart from the image of Radha-Krishna, the shrine has images of other Gods of the Hindu Pantheon. The structure of the temple has the glimpse of local art and architecture. The interiors boast the excellent work of art, brilliant carvings and exquisite paintings.


Bankey Bihari Temple

Hotel in mathura , best hotel in mathura , hotel in mathura Bankey Bihari Temple was built in 1864 by Swami Haridas of the Nimbarka Sampradaya. The presiding deity in the temple is of Lord Krishna standing in the Tribhanga posture. This deity was originally worshipped by Haridas Swami under the name of Kunji-bihari. Later, the deity of Radha Rani was added to the temple.

This temple is thronged by devotees in the month of Sravana, which lasts from July to August. During this festival, on the main day of Jhulan Yatra, Lord Krishna is placed in golden swing. Unlike other temples, the curtains before the deity are raised and shut every few minutes. It is believed that if seen for longer time, the brilliant eyes of Bankey Bihari can make the devotees unconscious.
Many famous annual festivals are organized and celebrated with great pomp and show in this temple time to time. One of the chief annual festivals is HARIYALI TEEJ, a festival of the rainy season when the Idol of Lord Bankey Bihari together with GOPIS are placed on the special swing of gold and silver and moved to and fro. Thousands of visitors or pilgrims came and catch the divine glimpse of Lord Bankey Bihari in an excellent pose of swinging in the marvelous swing to and fro every year this day. The beautiful scenery of this day beggars to description.

Vaishno Devi Mandir

Hotel in mathura , best hotel in mathura , hotel in mathura For most people the mention of Maa Vaishno Devi conjures images of queues of people clambering up innumerable steps for darshan in the foot hills above Jammu to the famed shrine of the goddess Vaishno Devi. It is a pilgrimage which lakhs of Hindus swear by. Now a devotee is recreating the Magic of Maa’s darshan in the land of another popular diety – in Lord Krishna’s playground, Vrindavan in Mathura (UP).
Barely 100 kms from the capital of India, Mathura is a fabled land and inextricably linked to the child-god Krishna who is the lynch-pin of the Mahabharata and inter alia of the holy book of the Hindus, the Gita. “Bringing the tallest image of Maa Vaishno Devi to Vrindavan was bound to create interest among the devotees,” says J.C. Chaudhry, Managing Trustee of the Trust and a devout Maa Vaishno Devi devotee who purchased a small piece of land at Vrindavan in May 2003, with the intent of following “Maa’s directions” as he puts it.


Prem Mandir

Hotel in mathura , best hotel in mathura , hotel in mathura jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj has been constructing a beautiful temple in Vrindavan, India, called Prem Mandir for the last many years. It is being constructed entirely of stone in traditional Hindu architecture Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj's gift of Divine Love-Prem Mandir is at its last stage of completion. Dates for its grand inauguration have been fixed for 24th, 25th & 26th November, 2010. Apart from being the biggest temple in entire Braj Mandal and most beautiful one too,
Prem Mandir stands as a witness and symbol of Divine Love. Every inch of the temple oozes out the nectarous Bliss of Divine Love. Interior of the temple is embedded with the selected verses of Shree Maharajji. These verses will be source of inspiration and knowledge for the coming generations. The exterior of the temple depicts the beautiful pastimes of Shree Radha Krishna. The temple standing tall at the heart of Braj, will guide a soul towards attaining the Bliss of Divine Love, for thousands of years to come.


Radha Madana-Mohana Temple

This famous temple was established by Srila Sanatana Gosvami and was the first temple to be built in Vrindavana, which at that time was just a forest. The original Deity of Madana-mohana was taken to Karauli in Rajasthan for safety during the attack on Vrindavana by the soldiers of the fanatical Muslim Emperor, Aurangzeb.

Jaipur Temple

This temple was built by the Maharaja of Jaipur, Sawai Madhav, in 1917 after thirty years of hard labour. It is one of Vrindavan’s most opulent and grandiose temples. The fine hand carved sandstone is of unparalleled workmanship, the huge pillars that hold up the roof are each carved from one solid rock, and the intricately fashioned marble on the alter is reminiscent of the Mughal period. The Maharaja financed the railway line that connects Vrindavana with Mathura, just for the purpose of hauling the huge pieces of sandstone used in the temple construction. The Deities worshiped here are Sri Sri Radha-Madhava, Ananda-bihari and Hansa-gopala.

ISKCON Temple

ISKCON Temple, also known as Sri Krishna Balaram Temple, was that first temple to be constructed by International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). This temple was built in 1966 by Swami Prabhupada, with an aim to spread the knowledge and teachings of holy book, Bhagawad Gita and Vedic scriptures. The presiding deity of the temple is of Lord Krishna-Balaram, which is housed under the central spire of the temple. Deities of Gaura-Nitai and Radha-Shyamsundar are also enshrined in the temple.