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List of Famous Temples to Visit in Mathura & Vrindavan with their Darshan Timings

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Mathura is well know as the abode of Lord Krishna where he spent his childhood adolescent year and some part of his adulthood too. Brij Bhoomi Mathura and Vridavan is one of the sacred places in Indian. Vrindavan is a historic little holy village that bristles with a mix of fascinating storices and intersting lilas performed by Lord Krishna in his childhood and youth. There are so many popular place and temples to visit in Mathura and Vrindavan and every year lakhs of followers from all over the world come to visit hare .

12 Famous Temples to Visit in Mathura & Vrindavan with their Darshan Timings (2020 Updated List)

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    Prem Mandir is a Hindu temple in Vridavan and it is maintained by jagadguru Kripalu Parishat, an international non profit, educational, spiritual charitable trust. Prem Mandir which means love is a divine temple and it is amongst the top tourist attractions located on the outskrits of Vrindavan. The complex is on a 54 acre site on the outskirts of Vrindavan and is dedicated to Loard Radha Krishna and Sita Ram.


    Banke Bihari Temple is one of the famous Krishna Temples in Vrindavan where Shri Krishna is known by the name of Banke Bihari. Banke Bihari Temple is loacted near Shri Radha Vallabh Temple.


    The Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple is also called the Krishna Janmabhoom or Krishna Janmasthan. It is one of the holy places to visit in Mathura. According to Hindu legend, Mathura is said to be the birthplace of the Lord Krishna and locals believe that the temple was made 5000 years ago.


    Shri Krishna Balaram Mandir ISKCON Vrindavan is a dream fulfilled of Swami Prabhupada (The founder-acharya of ISKCON) who wished to build a temple for the brother-Krishna and Balaram in the same holy city where they played together several centuries ago. It is considered to be the important ISKCON temples in India.


    The Jugal Kishore Temple is sutuated near Kesi Ghat is another one of the religious sites in Mathura. It is sometimes called the Kesighata Temple as it is located next to this ghat. Keshi Ghat is place where Load Krishna had killed Kesi.


    Nidhivan Temple is a treasure trove for both pilgrims and nature lovers. Mainly surrounded by trees where the branches are either tangled to the other tress or faced downwards the locals believe them to be gopis. It is also said that as soon as the sun sets no one is allowed to stay back because Krishna and Radha along with the gopis perform Rass-Leela amid Nidhivan.


    This temple dedicated to Lord Krishna is a beautifully styled stricture that appears to look if it sits on a lotus. Priyakant Ji temple is a 125 feet hight masterpiece that is surrounded by ponds and fountains on both sides reflecting the classical Indian architecture.


    Bhuteshwar Mahadev Temple is a revered Hindu temple situated in Garravkendra Mathura decicated to Load Shiva, also known as Bhuteshwar Mahadev.


    Radha Vallabh Mandir one of the seven temple of Thakur of Vrindavan. This temple is epitome of sacred and divine love of Radha and Krishna, displayed in the rarest form Rasbhakti.


    Kesava Deo Temple thousands of year old temples and is said to be birthplace of Lord Krishna. Hence it is a must visit temple in Mathura and Vrindavan. It is also believed that a trip to these holy towns is always deemed incomelete without Kesava Deo Temple and paying respects to Lord Krishna.


    Gita Mandir is one of the holy place to visit in Mathura. Gita Mandir on the Mathura- Vrindavan road is a marvellous work of craftsmanship. This temple has been built by the Birla group and is famed as Birla Mandie in Mathura. It features inscriptions from the holy book of the Hindus, The Gita.


    Dwarkadhish Temple is about of 4 KM from Mathura Junction railway station. Dwarkadheesh Temple is one of the oldest and largest temple in Mathura and among the top sacred places. It is located near the bank of river Yamuna.