Situated on the banks of Yamuna, in the north of Mathura, lies the beautiful town - Vrindavan. A renowned pilgrimage in India, Vrindavan, is believed to be the place where Lord Krishna is known to have spent his childhood days. Although being cluttered with numerous shrines, ghats, and sacred tanks, the town echoes the notes of tranquility, offering you a rejuvenating feel.
Govinda Dev Temple
Built by Raja Man Singh in 1590, the temple flaunts beautifully carved red sandstone, and stands as a testimony of the architectural delight of ancient India.
Known for its mighty architecture, marble sculptures, Belgian glass chandeliers, and paintings, the temple stands as one of the prominent temples in India.
Madan Mohan Temple
Situated near Kali Ghat, the temple is built by Kapur Ram Das of Multan, and is one of the oldest in Vrindavan. The temple is home to a lot of pilgrims.
Rang Ji Temple
Dedicated to Sri Ranganatha (Lord Krishna), the temple was built in 1851, and flaunts South Indian Dravidian style. It is the longest temple in Vrindavan.
Krishna Balaram Temple
Built by ISKCON Vrindavan, the temple houses the deities of Lord Krishna and Balaram, with Radha Shyamsundar and Gaura-Nitai beside it.
The temple has an architecture and style that closely resembles the Madan Mohan Temple. The original temple was built by Ray Singh of Rathaur dynasty.
Visit other noteworthy temples and tourist attractions in the town - Radha Balabh Temple, Glass Temple, Sewa Kunj, Bankey Bihari, Goverdhan, Kusur Sarovar, Barsana, and many more.