Lord Krishna & Mathura Vrindavan : RadheKrishn.com
Krishna appeared over five thousand years ago in Mathura, India. The place of his birth is known as Sri Krishna Janmasthana or Birthplace of Lord Krishna. Mathura is situated on the bank of the river Yamuna, 150 km south of Delhi and 50 km northwest of Agra. Lord Krishna is a major deity in hindu religion. Gokul and Vrindavan is the childhood place of Krishna. As per hinduism Krishna is supreme god and he is worshiped as the avatar of the god Vishnu.
Though known by many different names in many traditions, But there is only one God. Krishna is the original person. The word Krishna means the person who is attractive to everyone.
Tourist Places in Mathura
Best Holy and Religious Places, Temples, Nature & Forest Sightseeing.
Mathura is the dwelling place of Krishna and it has a great religious sanctity.Read more
Childhood place of Krishna. Famous Bankey Bihari & over 5,000 temples there.Read more
Birthplace of Sri RadhaRani and world famous for lathmar holi.Read more
Identified as a natural form of Krishna. Hill has a Parikrama of about 25 km.Read more
Gokul / Raman Reti
Nand Baba's house. Lord Siva visit to Sri Krishna in GokulaRead more
After moving from Gokul Krishna lived there with Nand Baba and Yashoda.Read more
Radha Krishna marriage ceremony place. It is a major forest.Read more
Radha Rani Mandir
Radha Rani came here after getting angry from Krishna. Mansarovar is there.Read more
Shri Dauji Maharaj temple is related to Lord Krishna's elder brother Balram.Read more
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Krishna Dresses, Mala & Paintings
Shri Bankey Bihari Nidhivan
There is a grand temple of Banke Bihari ji in Vrindavan. There is a statue of Bihari ji in this temple. There is a belief in this statue that in this statue, Lord Krishna and Radha are included...
Krishna and Arjun Story
Once Arjun asked to lord Krishna hai, parth (Respectful person) you always appreciate the karn too much for being an enormous donator and the extreme courageous but nobody...