As the name suggests, the Sri Gopesvara Mahadeva Mandir, Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh enshrines Lord Mahadeva. For the Shaivaites, it is a great privilege to visit this temple. A visit to this temple is said to remove pains and pangs of life and so if you are an ardent follower of Lord Shiva, then you should have a visit to this temple at least once in your lifetime
History of the Sri Gopesvara Mahadeva Mandir, Vrindavan:
Brinda Kunja is one of the most extraordinary holy places in Vrindavan. It is at this place where Lord Shiva received the mercy of Brinda Devi and was transformed into a Gopi. As a Gopi, he was introduced to Lord Krishna in order to accompany him in his Rasa Lila. It was Sri Krishna who gave the beautiful name Gopesvara to Lord Shiva. The Sri Gopesvara Mahadeva Mandir, Vrindavan is one of the principal Tourist Attractions in Vrindavan.
Description of the Sri Gopesvara Mahadeva Mandir, Vrindavan:
It is said that Gopesvara is among the holiest of the other incarnations of Lord Shiva. His idol is placed inside the temple to commemorate the bond between the Lord Shiva (Gopesvara) and Sri Krishna (Gopi).