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Vrindavan Religious Tour


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It is located on the banks of Yamuna in the state of Uttar Pradesh. One can identify this religious place with the innocent fun and child like liveliness of Shri Krishna.

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More than 5 lakh pilgrims every year visit this religious site.

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More than 5 lakh pilgrims every year visit this religious site.

Introduction

The major Hindu religious site, Vrindavan is located on the banks of Yamuna in the state of Uttar Pradesh. This city of temples is a major pilgrimage center that worships Lord Krishna. One can identify this religious place with the innocent fun and child like liveliness of Shri Krishna. Vrindavan, counted as one of the major pilgrimage and religious sites of the Hindus is visited by more than 5 lakh pilgrims every year.

Vrindavan is known all over the world for its various ancient temples, which is visited by the pilgrims. It has been recognized that there are more than 5000 temples in Vrindavan. This small and lively town is dotted with various religious places. Vrindavan is located close to the important cities like Delhi, Agra and Mathura. It is believed that in Vrindavan, Lord Krishna spent his childhood.

Some of the important and popular tourist attractions, which are worth visiting in Vrindavan, are as follows:

  • Banke Bihari Temple
  • ISKCON Temple
  • Braja Mandala Parikrama
  • Krishna Balarama Mandir
  • Yamuna River
  • Kesari Ghat
  • Govindaji Temple
  • Madana Mohana Temple
  • Radha-Damodara Temple
  • Radha-Gokulananda Temple
  • Radha-Gopinath Temple
  • Radha- Raman Temple
  • Radha-Syamasundara Temple
  • Seva Kunja (Nikunjavan)
  • Sona Gauranga Temple
  • Gopiswara Mahadeva Temple
  • Chir Ghat
  • Imli Tala
  • Vrindavana Parikrama

Getting to Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh will not be a problem at all. Vrindavan is located on the New Delhi-Chennai and New Delhi-Mumbai main railway line. There is a meter gauge line that links the religious towns Vrindavan with Mathura. Passenger trains ply between these two places regularly. If you are coming from other cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Calcutta and Agra, you can get down at the Vrindavan station. Agra airport is the nearest airport that makes it easy for the travelers to reach Vrindavan easily. The nearest main international airport is at Delhi. Regular bus services make this town easily reachable. Within the town, you can move about in tempos, buses and shared taxis.

Over the years, Vrindavan has been identified as a religious heritage site in India. Various festivals are arranged that relate to the life of Lord Krishna.

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