About Mathura

Mathura is a sacred city in Uttar Pradesh, northern India. The deity Lord Krishna is said to have been born on the site of Sri Krishna Janma Bhoomi, a Hindu temple. Dotting the Yamuna River are 25 ghats, of which Vishram Ghat is considered the holiest. Sati Burj is a 16th-century memorial tower. Dwarkadhish Temple has a carved entrance and a black-marble idol of Lord Krishna. Jama Masjid, a 17th-century mosque, has 4 slim minarets and ornate, onion-shaped domes. To its south, the red sandstone Government Museum houses religious iconography, ancient Kushana sculptures and local archaeological finds. North of Mathura toward the twin holy town of Vrindavan is Birla Temple, with the sacred Hindu Gita texts inscribed on its walls. Farther north, Sri Krishna-Balaram Mandir, built in 1975, is an immense, ornate Hindu temple dedicated to the worship of Lord Krishna. To the northeast, on a bend in the Yamuna River, steps lead up to Madan Mohan Temple, one of Vrindavan’s oldest structures.
Shri Krishna Janmbhoomi

Shri Krishna Janmbhoomi is a Hindu temple in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. The temple is built around the prison cell where Krishna is said to have been born. It is situated next to Kesava Deo Temple and the Shahi Eid Gah Mosque.
Prem Mandir Vrindavan

Prem Mandir is a Hindu temple in Vrindavan, Mathura, India. It is maintained by Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat, an international non-profit, educational, spiritual, charitable trust.
Govardhan Hill 

Govardhan Hill is located near the Vrindavan and is one of the major pilgrim spots for the Vaishnavites.
Krishna-Balaram Mandir

Sri Krishna-Balaram Mandir is a Gaudiya Vaishnava temple in the holy city of Vrindavan. It is one of the main ISKCON temples in India and internationally.
Vishram Ghat

Vishram Ghat is a ghat, a bath and worship place, on the banks of river Yamuna in Mathura, India. It is the main ghat of Mathura and is central to 25 other ghats. The traditional parikrama starts and ends at Vishram Ghat. 
Dwarkadheesh Mandir

Sri Dwarkadheesh Mandir is one of the oldest and largest temples of Mathura city.
Kans Qila

Kans Qila is the remains of an ancient fort open for exploration of the grounds, with river views from the roof.
Antim Kevali Digamber Jain Mandir

Antim Kevali Digamber Jain Mandir is a peaceful landmark temple made of white stone, offering a spacious hall and regular prayer services.
Kusum Sarovar

The reservoir got its name from Krishna’s famous consorts Radha, who was said to meet Lord Krishna near the tank.
Radha Kund 

The pool of the Radha Kund is said to be formed by Lord Krishna who struck the earth and the water emerged at this spot. the pool is considered to be the most sacred and the various pilgrims frequent the place in thousands of numbers. 
Best Time To Visit Mathura

The best time to visit Mathura is from September to November. During this time, it is neither too hot nor too cold. The skies are usually clear after the monsoon, and the place offers scenic views of the surroundings. The summer season in Mathura is normally hot, with temperature increasing up to 48°C, and the humidity is equally harsh. During the night the temperature cools down, ranging from 28°C to 30°C. It is hard to enjoy sightseeing and thus advised not to visit around this time. If you happen to be go anyways, carry light cotton wears, sunglasses, and sunscreen. You can attend services at the temple, scheduled according to the seasons. 
Mathura during the rainy season of monsoon comes alive and remains fresh, with a good amount of rainfall. The rain brings along cool winds, making the surroundings pleasant and bringing relief from the heat of summer. The important festival of Krishna Janmasthami occurs, around August and September. The city gets filled with devotees, who offer their devotional services to Lord Krishna. 
Winters are pleasant, especially the days remain comfortable, making it ideal for exploring the various temples in the city. The mercury can drop to a temperature below 2°C to 3°C but normally remains to 7°C to 8°C. Overall, it is the best time to visit Mathura because of the leisure trip it offers to visitors.

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