Vrindavan

Vrindavan, One of the most established urban communities on the banks of river Yamuna and is viewed as a standout amongst the most significant place of the journey for the followers of Lord Krishna.

It is said that Lord Krishna had spent his adolescence in Vrindavan. The name of the city has been gotten from Vrinda (which means basil) and van (which means forest) which maybe allude to the two little forests at Nidhivan and Seva Kunj.

Since Vrindavan is viewed as a consecrated spot, countless individuals come here to desert their common life.

The city of Vrindavan has several Lord Krishna and Radha temples dissipated all through, the most acclaimed ones being Banke Bihari temple, ISKCON temple.

The lively surroundings flawlessly delineate the fun-loving and considerate nature of Lord Krishna. Situated along the waters of River Yamuna, the various temples set in the midst of the thick woods and rich greenery of Vrindavan is the real attractions here.

There are various places to visit in Vrindavan some of them are Prem Mandir, Radha Raman Temple, Shahji Temple, Gokulnanda, Gopeshwar Mahadev Temple and Sri Ranganatha Temple.