Bankey Bihari Temple

7 -Most Beautiful Lord Krishna’s Temple In Vrindavan

 

Vrindavan

Vrindavan is one of the most visited places by tourist spots for Hindus in India, situated in the territory of Uttar Pradesh on the arrays of the River Yamuna. Vrindavan has a rich and old history related with the Hindu god, Lord Krishna. This place is said to be where Lord Krishna over his youth and puberty in the woodland and there are many misconceptions and legends that rotate around Vrindavan and the antiquated town itself. There are many historical temples keen to the belief of Lord Krishna. Let’s look below.

To fulfilled tourist’s satisfaction, Vrindavan tour has been the best choice to give them a clear picture by learning a few new things, journey and entertaining. Other than that, for the sightseeing in Vrindavan, it is a money saving as many places are no entry charges no time restriction to be in historical places. Therefore, tourist can save up a lot from there and spend for some other valuable things. The last but not the least, Vrindavan travel guides the state government of India allow which trustworthy and secured 24 hours as it is valid in a tourist office or department.

 

Yamuna River

Yamuna River-Vrindavan
Yamuna River

The Yamuna also named as Jamuna, the biggest stream river of the Ganges in northern India and it flows over the spiritual land-living of Vrindavan. The chief purpose why the Yamuna is known holy because it streams through Vrindavan and Mathura and linked to Lord Krishna’s activities. A mud bath in this river is It considers a mud bath in this river being purified than a bath in the Ganges. Someone believes it even though the feet of Lord Vishnu touched the Ganges when he was having a warm bath with his friends.

 Famous for:

  • A dipping bath by a devotee to wash off the sins and start a fresh day and new life.

 Visiting hours:

  • Anytime but rituals take place at 4.30am until 7 pm. (every day).

 Duration of visits:

  • 1-2 hours within normal rituals time.

 Tickets:

  • Free entrance to the river but charges fee for prayers.

 

Govind Dev Temple

Govinda Ji Temple-Vrindavan
Govinda Ji Temple

Govind Deo, also called as  Govinda Ji Temple, was worked by Raja Man Singh who the general of Emperor Akbar. This Govind Deo Temple was constructed in 1590. Important matter lays down in the temple is this seven storeyed sanctuary mirrors the compositional components of Western, Hindu and Muslim style. Other than that, the sanctuary planned as a Greek cross and made by using red sandstone. Emperor. The sanctuary wrecked by Mughal ruler Aurangzeb, yet the guests can see its vestiges.

 Famous for:

  • The sanctuary has an amazing sacrificial stone of silver and marble.
  • The ceiling in the hall was decorated with lotus.

 Visiting hours:

  • Open every day from 6 am to 8.30 pm.

 Duration of visits:

  • Below 1 hour within normal visiting hours.

 Ticket:

  • Free of charge.

 

Iskcon Temple

Iskcon Temple-Vrindavan
Iskcon Temple

The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) temple is a remarkable white granite building and well-known as Sri Krishna Balram Temple. It is located beside Bhaktivedanta Swami Marg in Raman Reti area and constructed in 1975. The temple in ISKCON is come up to a four-sided yard, lined by columned pathways decorated with optimistic murals portraying affairs from Krishna’s lifetime. It alleges that the tamal tree in the yard is the same one under which Radha used to delay for Krishna every evening.

 Famous for:

  • The temple is designed with pure white marbles and beautiful architecture along with relaxing greenish scenery.

 Visiting hours:

  • Open 7 days a week.
  • Summer: 4.30am-12.45 pm , 4.30pm-8.00pm.
  • Winter: 4.30am-1.00pm, 4.00pm-8.15pm.

 Tickets:

Free of charge.

 

Kesi Ghat

Kesi Ghat-Vrindavan
Kesi Ghat

One of the most visiting places by tourists and devotees in India.  The fabulous Madanmohan sanctuary in the back gives one of the most spiritually inspiring understandings in Vrindavan. It is noticeable that legend is that Keshi Ghat is the place Lord Krishna freshen up himself after he slew the evil presence Keshi and is viewed as an adored visitor place.

 Famous for:

  • Devotees can enjoy watching sunsets and sunrises by chilling at River Yamuna.
  • It’s a must for the tourist to experience evening aarti as it gives blessings.

 Visiting hours:

  • Temple opens at 07.30am-07.30pm.
  • Aarti blessings are at 4.30pm every day.

 Duration of visits:

  • At least 2 hours especially during aarti timing in the evening.
  • A popular time to visit the temple is between 11 am to 12 pm.

 Tickets:

  • Free admission to enter the temple.

 

Bankey Bihari Temple

Bankey Bihari Temple-Vrindavan
Bankey Bihari Temple

This is one of the ancient temples which is famous and powerful in Vrindavan. The sanctuary was developed in 1862 by the considerable Indian music master Swami Haridas. The motivation behind why he has the possibility of build the temple as he needed to house an old icon of Lord Krishna in his enjoyer or ‘Bankey Bihari’ act. This additionally to shield it from getting under the control of the Mughals.

 Famous for:

  • The temple displays an attractive yellow-brown color and complex designs alongside the walls.
  • The architecture of the temple which is so antique and creatively designed along with carved stones.

 Visiting hours:

  • Morning during summer time -7.45 am- 12.00pm (every day).
  • Evening during summer time-5.30pm-9.30pm (every day).
  • Morning during winter time- 8.45am-1.00pm (every day).
  • Evening during winter time- 4.30pm-8.30pm (every day).

 Duration of visits:

  • 1-2 hours within normal visiting hours.

 Tickets:

  • Free entrance.

 

Shahji Temple

Shahji Temple-Vrindavan
Shahji Temple

This temple is one of the finest sacred places in Vrindavan and was built by the rich mercantile who is Shah Kundan Lal of Lukhnow in 1876. The shrine is distinctive in its technique and has enlarged a lot of popularity due to its splendid structure and devoted to Radha-Krishna.

The architecture of the holy place is diverse from the typical flair of a Hindu temple. It is a mixture of Mughal, Greek and Hindu designs. The temple is constructed of Italian marble. Other than that, each pillar is 13 feet in height and 35 inches in width. As the pillars are curved shaped by the genius of their workmanship contains in figure them to uphold the gravitational center supporting the enormous great building. Therefore, tourists are inspired to go to that temple to enjoy the view and architecture of the temple.

 Famous for:

  • Unique neo-Dravidian structural design and stone desires.
  • A mixture of Mughal, Greek and Hindu architecture.

 Visiting hours:

  • Opens every day.
  • Mangala Aarti – 5.30 am-6.30am
  • Darshan -8.30 am to 12.30 pm and 4.30 to 8.30 pm.

 Duration of visits:

  • Half an hour to an hour depending on the situation at the temple.

Tickets:

  • Free of charge.

 

Rangji Temple

Rangji Temple-Vrindavan
Rangji Temple

The Rangji Temple was constructed in a unique Dravidian grace and finished in 185 and devoted to Lord Ranganath, which is another name for Lord Vishnu. The shrine sports a magnificent gopura and can be seen from long distance. Despite that, the temple is well-known for its astounding temple multifaceted and the fine architectural esthetics.

 Famous for:

  • Rare and attractive combination of north and south Indian sanctuary design.

 Visiting hours:

  • Summer: 5.30am-11.00am, 4.00pm-9.00pm.
  • Winter: 5.30pm-12.00pm, 3.00pm-9.00pm.

 Duration of visits:

An hour or less.

 Tickets:

Free of charge.

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