A Complete Guide for Mathura Vrindavan Tour
Lord Krishna was born in the city of Mathura and spent his childhood in Vrindavan and therefore these two cities are considered to be holy places. Both Mathura and Vrindavan are situated in Uttar Pradesh, in Northern India. These are very popular holy places for Indians as well as devotees from other countries. Vrindavan is the origin of Krishnaism, a religion based on Hinduism (the famous Hare Krishna).
Millions of Westerners come precisely to Mathura and Vrindavan and worship Lord Krishna. In fact, it seems that there are many more Westerners than Indians within Krishnaism. They are very much devoted to Lord Krishna. In fact, it will often give you the feeling of being the only foreigner, since Hare Krishna often stay in the ashram singing, dancing and meditating.
There are many large and small temples scattered in these two cities. The glory of these cities is at its peak during the Holi season. There are many folklores and customs attached to Holi and Krishna. Plan your next Holi by booking same day Mathura Vrindavan tour in advance and experience mystical magic. Famous for his Holi, here the Holi celebration begins 40 days before the Festival. Krishna devotees from worldwide visit Vrindavan during March.
Mathura, the city has a special attraction for all Krishna devotees. The cradle of his beloved God, is located on the banks of the Yamuna River. Land of several large and small temples, and 25 Ghats, spending a night in the woods is a unique experience in itself.
The unconventional meaning of the city attracts tourists from all over India. It is an ideal place for weekend getaways, spiritual rejuvenation, festival breaks, photographers, couples as well as families. Although Janmashtami is the popular time to book the tickets for the Mathura Vrindavan Tour and visit these two cities to experience the mesmerizing view of the divine place and the divine charm that these two cities hold.
- Prem Mandir
- ISKCON Temple
- Madan Mohan Temple
- Baanke Bihari Mandir
- Radha Raman Temple
- Shahji Temple
- Gokulnanda Temple
- Warmer months: May, June, April, July
- Colder months: January, December, February, November
- Months with Heavy Rainfall: August, July, September, and June
To get to Vrindavan, you first have to get to Mathura. From Delhi or Agra, you can easily reach it by train or bus. Once there, you can go for a taxi or a rickshaw and by spending a reasonable amount, you will reach the holy city of Vrindavan which is just 13.5 kilometres away.
To stay there for a few days and immerse yourself in the devotion of Lord Krishna, you will have many options, although I advise you to do it in an Ashram, to be able to live first hand is a part of the magic that encloses these places. Some help children, others offer meditation courses, and in all, you can enjoy the incredible beauty and tranquillity that these holy places offer by spending a meagre amount.
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