Agra Mathura Vrindavan

Mathura
Pre-historically, a commercial pivot was transmuted into a mystical and pious place after the birth of Lord Krishna. The echo of Krishna’s revitalizing music of Hisflute still hypnotizes deep in the woods and seems to keep the tales of his childhood flourishing.

Call it by any nameas DwarikadhishTemple, JagatTemple,orNija Temple; the ruler of Dwarka-Lord Krishna is worshipped along with Radha Mata and other divinities. Janmastami is the festival which people await to be celebrated with utmost zeal and rituals. This 5 floor temple is ornamented with flowers and diyas during the festivals which throws its pure radiance all over the place.

VishramGhat is the holiest andforemost ghat of Mathura on the banks of Yamuna River. Tradition says that Krishna reposed here after slewing Kansa.The ritual of parikrama commences and concludes in this ghatand hence devotees with utmost faith gather here to take a dip in the river and attain purity and be blessed.Vishramghat is bordered with many exquisite temples making the place rich in spiritualism.

Shri Krishna Janambhumi Temple – Janambhumi literally means the place of origin. This temple was initially the jail of the then ruler king Kansa where Sri Krishna was born. Later the birthplace was built as Shri Krishna temple. Pilgrims from all over the world join here to rejoice the Janmastami festival every year. Positioned at the center of the Mathura city, this temple is a treat to your heart.

What can be more welcoming to the authentic city of Agra than the Sikandra fort and TajMahal? While Sikandra Fort was a beautiful tomb fabricated by Akbar the Great for himself; on the other hand “TajMahal” was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife, MumtazMahal and is regarded as a monument of infinite love and beauty. Both the monuments has few parallel architectural styles and is a perfect balance of sophisticated and delicate carvings of white marble and red sandstone with lustrous gardens which will mesmerize a visitor and take back the memories of great Indian culture.

BankeBihariJiTemple,RangajiTemple ,Nidhivan, Isckon Temple and PremMandir

Vrindavan, where Shri Krishna spent his youthful days in the midst of fragrant orchards and natural world of the fauna, is no less than an asset adding beauty to the place. Vrindavan, literally means tulasi plantations. Tulasi is found in abundance here. The ecstasy of the environement is at its best where Krishna chants can be felt. Centering around the reverence of Lord Krishna, one can find devote his mind at few admirable temples including,

BankeBihari temple which was originally found in Nidhi Van is regarded as a admired temple in Vrindavan.

Rangaji temple, portrayed as Bhagwan Vishnu can be seen reposing on a serpent. The 10 daylong celebration of the pulling the chariot of Lord Vishnu during Rath Fair is adored by devotees.

PremMandir is indeed the most unsoiled and magnificent temple in Vrindavan. The statuette of Lord Krishna and his devotees are sculpted elegantly which tells you the tales of Lord’s presence.

Iskcon temple showcases the virtue of Lord Krishna on three platforms. The first platform displays ShriChaitanyaMahaprabhu (founder of Iskcon) and his disciple Nityanand. The second and central altar displays Lord Krishna and Balram, the celestial brothers. The third and final altar shows Sri SriRadhaShyamsundara with their faithful Gopis.

Duration : 01 Night / 02 Days
Locations Covered : Delhi – Mathura – Agra – Vrindavan – Delhi

Day 1 : Mathura – Agra
Mathura : Shri Dwarikadhish Temple , Vishram Ghat in Mathura , Shri Krishna Janambhumi Temple in Mathura
Agra : Sikandara , Taj Mahal

Day 2 : Vrindavan
Vrindavan : Banke Bihari Ji Temple , Rangaji Temple , Nidhivan, Isckon Temple and Prem Mandir

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