Vrindavan Temples: If you are going to Mathura then do not forget to visit these temples after Vrindavan...


Vrindavan city is at a short distance from Mathura in UP. It has its own special significance for the devotees of Banke Bihari Ji. It is believed that Lord Krishna spent his early days in this city. Due to this, you will find many temples of Lord Krishna here.


Nowadays you must be seeing many videos of Vrindavan on social media, but do you know that there is not just one but many beautiful temples here, which are dedicated to Lord Krishna and many other deities of Hindu religion? If you are also thinking of coming to Vrindavan this time, then know about these temples also.

These are the very beautiful temples of Mathura
Geeta Mandir

Geeta Mandir of Mathura is also known as Birla Mandir. This temple is a few kilometers away from the city. There are 18 chapters of Bhagavad Gita carved on the pillars of the entrance of this temple. This temple is made of red sandstone. Along with Lord Krishna, you will also see the holy idols of Narayan, Ram, Goddess Lakshmi, and Sita here.

Divine Prem Mandir
Just outside Vrindavan is the Temple of Divine Love. You must have understood from the name itself that this temple is a symbol of love. Built on 54 acres of land, this temple was built by Jagadguru Shri Kripaluji Maharaj. This temple is dedicated to Radha Krishna as well as Sita Ram. It is constructed from Italian marble, giving it a crisp white color.

Banke Bihari Temple
Dedicated to Lord Krishna, Banke Bihari Temple Vrindavan is always crowded with devotees. This is one of the most famous temples in the city. Every day lakhs of devotees come to this temple and have darshan of the Lord. The main entrance of this temple is decorated with a very beautiful traditional design in dark yellow and brown colors, which is the center of attraction here.


Radha Raman Temple
Radha Raman Temple is one of the most beautiful Hindu temples in Vrindavan. It is dedicated to Lord Krishna, who is considered to be Radha Raman. Radha Raman means one who gives pleasure to Radha. Gopal Bhatt's Samadhi is also present in the Radha Raman temple complex, which is located right next to the site of Radha Raman.
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