About Vrindavan

Vrindavan is a holy town in Uttar Pradesh, northern India. The Hindu deity Krishna is said to have spent his childhood here. It’s home to temples, many dedicated to Krishna and his lover, the deity Radha. At Banke Bihari Temple, the curtain in front of Krishna’s statue is opened and closed every few minutes. At Radha Raman Temple, a gold plate beside Krishna signifies Radha. Prem Mandir is a huge white marble temple. The 16th-century Madan Mohan Temple is close to the Yamuna River. It’s a backdrop to Keshi Ghat, a flight of steps leading down to the river. The ghat is considered holy because it’s said that Krishna bathed hereafter he killed the demon Keshi. Seva Kunj is a garden with holy basil trees. It’s reputed that Krishna spent time here with Radha as she prepared for a holy dance, the Raas Leela. At its heart is a small temple with a statue and paintings of the holy pair. Nearby, to the south, in Vrindavan’s twin holy town of Mathura. Krishna is said to have been born here, on the site where Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi now stands.
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.
Prem Mandir

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

Shri Bankey Bihari Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, in the holy city of Vrindavan in the Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh.
Shahji Temple

Shahji Temple is a 19th-century Hindu temple featuring twisted marble pillars and a hall with Belgian chandeliers.
Radharaman Mandir

Radharaman Mandir is an ornately decorated Hindu temple constructed around 1542 and housing a historic Krishna figure.

ISKCON Temple, also known as Sri Krishna Balaram Temple, was the first temple to be constructed by ISKCON.
Rangaji Temple

Rangaji Temple is a Dravidian style structure, which was built in 1851. This temple is dedicated to Lord Rangaji or Ranganatha, who is depicted as Lord Vishnu. 
Kesi Ghat

Kesi Ghat, situated on the bank of the Yamuna River. The history behind its popularity is that Lord Krishna, after killing demon Kesi took bath at this ghat.
Jaipur Temple

Jaipur Temple was built in the year 1917 and its beautifully carved temple is dedicated to Shri Radha Madhava. Marble finishing and single rock structure enhance the beauty of the temple.
Shree Radha Ras Bihari Ashta Sakhi Temple

Shree Radha Ras Bihari Ashta Sakhi Temple is the first Indian temple, which is dedicated to the divine couple, Radha-Krishna and their Ashta Sakhis.  
Best Time To Visit Vrindavan

January to March and October to December are considered the best months to visit Vrindavan as the temperature ranges between 12°C and 25°C. The weather remains mild and pleasant during these months, which makes it an ideal time for sightseeing at different attractions of the place. During the summer season, the temperature in Vrindavan raises up to 48°C which is further added on with tons of humidity. Nights, on the other hand, are cooler as the temperature drops down to 28°C. Those who are used to such hot weather can travel to the place during this season. But, it is advised not to visit here in the summers as the heat is almost unbearable and it spoils your idea of perfect sightseeing. Vrindavan receives a moderate amount of rainfall right from July to September. The rains take the temperature scale to a lower level and it ranges between 25°C to 35°C. In the midseason, the weather becomes wet and humid. It is a good time to visit the place and seek blessings at Madan Mohan Temple, ISCKON Temple, Shahji Temple, and Radha Raman Temple. Winters arrive in Vrindavan from December to February. The weather remains pleasant and cold during the season and the temperature ranges from 12°C to 20°C. It is the best time to visit the place.

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