Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh
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Vrindavan, one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites, is referred to as the childhood abode of Lord Krishna. Nearly all of the city’s temples and shrines are devoted to Lord Krishna and His companion, Radha. Tourists and pilgrims alike visit the temples in Vrindavan; they are a sight to behold because of their magnificent architecture and the intriguing myths and stories attached to them.
Lord Krishna, who is one of the most well-known and adored incarnations of Lord Vishnu, has a number of temples in the city that are well known. They provide a glimpse into the age of the divine, as it is represented by the stages of Lord Krishna’s life.
Nearby Places to See
The main destination for pilgrims in Mathura is the Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple, which was allegedly constructed around the cell where Lord Krishna was born. The temple also houses idols of Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha as well as paintings that depict scenes from Lord Krishna’s life.
The Dwarkadhish temple is located on the northern outskirts of Mathura, close to Vishram Ghat and the Yamuna River.
The large hall of the temple, which houses the sanctum on a higher platform, is decorated with lovely hues and floral designs on yellow pillars. While Radharani, his companion, has been carved out of white marble, the idol of Lord Krishna is absolutely stunning and made of black marble. The many carvings of gods and goddesses that can be found on the temple’s pillars and walls are also admired by devotees.
Things to Buy
Things to buy include Incense,Handicrafts,Paintings of Krishna & Radha
Foods to Relish
Dal Kachori,Satvik Thali,Aloo Tikki,Peda