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Located in Mathura district, Vrindavan is one of the favorite religious destinations in India. The famous town is also known as Vraj since it is situated in the Braj area. It is the area where Lord Krishna spent his early days.

The distance of this sacred town from Mathura is approximately 15 km. Mathura is considered as the hometown of Lord Krishna. Vrindavan is closely located to the Agra-Delhi Highway.

Vrindavan is home to various Hindu temples and places of worship devoted to the veneration of Radha and Krishna and is regarded holy by various spiritual customs like Vaishnavism, Gaudiya Vaishnavism, and Hinduism as a whole. There are numerous gorgeous temples like the Bankey Bihari Temple, Madan Mohan Temple, Radha Vallabh Temple, Pagal Baba Temple, Jaipur Temple, Rangaji Temple, Sri Radha Raman Mandir, Govind Dev Temple, Shahji Temple, Sri Krishna-Balarama Temple, Chintaharan Hanuman Mandir, and other places of worship.

The holy city of Vrindavan is situated within the district of Mathura in Uttar Pradesh.

Located at a distance of 15 km from Mathura, the very name of Vrindavan arouses a sense of intense love and devotion towards the Supreme Being. The place is always full of tourists from all over the world.

The woods of Vrindavan reminds one of the pure and divine love of Lord Krishna and Radha.

Temples of Vrindavan



The sacred city of Vrindavan has many temples. It is said that the city of Vrindavan is the abode of Lord Krishna who is always present there. Some of the important temples of Vrindavan are:
  • Madan Mohan Temple- This is the oldest temple of Vrindavan which houses the deity of Lord Madan Gopal
  • Banke- Bihari Temple- This temple was built in 1864 which is devoted to Lord Banke- Bihari
  • Radha Vallabh Temple- This temple was established by the Radha Vallabh sect and has the crown of Radha- Rani adjacent to the shrine of Lord Krishna
  • Jaipur Temple- This temple was built by the Maharaja of Jaipur Sawai Madhav Singh and is devoted to Shri Radha Madhav
  • Shahji Temple- This temple was built in 1876 by Shah Kundal of Lucknow who was a rich jeweller of the place.
The temple has many shrines that are popularly known as the Chhote Radha Raman. The temple is famous for its beautiful architectural work and the huge hall "Basanti Karma" which is known for the Belgium Chandeliers and paintings.

One can experience eternal bliss and happiness in the holy city of Vrindavan. The city of Vrindavan offers one with an opportunity to feel one with the Supreme Being.

How to reach Vrindavan



By Railways

The railway distance of Vrindavan from Delhi is approximately 150 km. It is located to the south of the national capital. The closest railway station is situated in Mathura, which is regarded as the twin sacred town of Vrindavan. The distance is approximately 12 km and if you take a rickshaw it will take about 20 minutes. A one-direction trip from the railway station in the town will come against a charge of Rs.100 and above.

By Roadways

By road, the distance from Agra is approximately 50 km. Agra is famous for housing the majestic Taj Mahal. Vrindavan is situated on the Golden Triangle of Jaipur, Agra, and Delhi.

By Air

The closest airport is located in Kheria, Agra and the distance is 75 km.

Hotels in Vrindavan



Vrindavan houses different varieties of hotels. All the hotels are fitted with modern-day facilities and amenities. If travelers are touring Vrindavan at the time of Holi or Janmashthami, it is recommended to reserve the hotels online in advance to keep away from the last minute rush. The hotel services and facilities typically include the following:
  • Foreign exchange facilities
  • Doctor on call
  • Multiple dining options
  • Meeting and conferencing facilities
  • Travel desk
  • Dry cleaning and laundry
  • Wireless Internet accessibility in every room
  • Wireless Internet connectivity in lobby area
  • Satellite TV
  • Restaurant and Bar
  • Special rooms for guests with particular requirements/for handicapped visitors
  • Conference and dining facilities
The top hotels in Vrindavan include the following:

MVT Guesthouse


Behind Iskcon Temple, Raman Reti, Vrindavan - 281121, Mathura District, Uttar Pradesh, India

Hotel Basera


Raman Reti Marg, Opposite Fogla Ashram, Vrindavan, India

Hotel the Shubham


Contact: Mr Ashok Sharma
Vidyapeeth Crossing, Gandhi Nagar, Vrindavan
Tel: +91-565-2456025, 2443011
Email: info@shubhamhotels.in

Hotel Shubham Holidays


Contact: Mr I.N. Goswami
Gandhi Road, Near Vidyapeeth Crossing, Vrindavan
Tel: +91-565-2456501, 2456502
e-mail: info@shubhamhotels.in

Meera Madhav Niliyam


Vatsalay Gram
Mathura - Vrindavan Marg
Vrindavan
Uttar Pradesh
India

Giriraj Kripa Atithi Bhavan


Raman-Reti Road, Vrindavan
Tel: 0565-2443301/9837050036

Hotel Goverdhan Palace


Opposite Narholi Thana
Agra-Delhi Highway
Mathura Uttar Pradesh, India
Tel: 91-565-3297752, 2409919
Fax: 91-565- 2409920
E-mail: anurag4u@gmail.com, hotelgoverdhanpalace@gmail.com

Shree Krishan Chhaya Dham


B5/136, Chetanya Vihar
Vrindavan
Mathura
Uttar Pradesh
India


Last Updated on : March 9, 2017





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