Places to visit

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Vrindavan Highlights

Vrindavan

Holy places everywhere are ment for purifying the conciousness of the visitor. A place is made particularly holy by the presence of the Lord and His pure devotees.

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Nandagaon

NANDAGRAM (Nandgaon)

This is a famous village where Krishna lived with His so called ‘Foster parents’, yasoda Mayi and Nanda Maharaj. Afte

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Vrinda Kuunda

Vrinda Kunda

Vrinda Kunda is where Srimati Vrinda Devi is said to contemplate how she will arrange the daily pastimes of Radharani and Krishna. Next to V

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Varsana

Varsana

Situated high on a hilltop that overlooks varsana is the majestically beautiful temple known as the Sriji Mandir. this is one of the most famous

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Goverdhana

The Appearance of Goverdhana Hill

Lord Krishna’s father Nanda Maharaja once inquired from his brother Upananda how Govard

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Radhakunda and Shyamakunda

Radhakunda and Shyamakunda

The Appearance of Radha-kunda

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Shri Krishna Janmasthan

Shri Krishna Janmasthan

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Gokula

Gokula

Mahavana is one of the twelve sacred forests of Vraja and although it was once a large and verdant forest with parikrama of around 12 kil

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Brahmanda Ghata (Mahavan)

BRAHMANDA GHATA 

This is a very famous ghat thathas been glorified throughout the

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Ravala

Ravala

In the Bhakti-ratnakara it says.”o srinivasa this is Ravala, the village where Vrishbhanu used to very Happily live.Shr

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Dauji Mandir

Dauji (Baldev)

Here one can see the largest and most famous deity of Lord Balarama in the whole of Vraja, who is k

Vishram ghat

Vishram Ghat (Mathura)

Vishrama Ghata / Vishranti-tirtha

This is where Krishna rested after killing the despotic ruler of mathura, the evil demon known as king kamsa. when Lord Chaitanya visited

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Bhandirvana

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