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Iconic domed Mughal mausoleum
Tomb of I'timad-ud-Daulah
Mughal mausoleum known as the 'Baby Taj'
Mughal-era gardens with famed Taj view
Jama Mosque, Agra
Large 1600s mosque built by Shah Jahan
Mughal stronghold on ancient site
Guru ka Tal
Ornate Mughal tomb & gardens
Chini Ka Rauza
Tiled mausoleum of Shah Jahan's vizier
1600s arcaded mosque built by Shah Jahan
Architecture, palace, castle, history
Tomb of Mariam-uz-Zamani
Mausoleum of Emperor Jahangir's mother
Jama Mosque, Fatehpur Sikri
Iconic 1570s mosque by Akbar the Great Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir
“Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir” is known to be the birthplace of the Hindu deity Lord Krishna who was the 8th incarnation of the deity Lord Vishnu. The God king was said to be born in a prison cell and the exact location of the prison cell is now occupied by a temple that is frequented by thousands of tourists each year. The best time to visit is during the festival of Janmashtami and Holi when the festivities are at their prime.
2. Jama Masjid
The Islamic mosque was built in 1662 AD by the governor of the Mughals, Abd-un-Nabi. Jama Masjid in Mathura is one of the major historical monuments in Uttar Pradesh. The mosque houses the tomb of the Mughal governor and is located close to the aforementioned Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir.
3. Dwarkadhish Temple
A fairly new temple in the ancient city of Mathura, the Dwarkadhish Temple was established around 150 years ago by a devotee of Lord Krishna. The temple is known for its amazing swing festival at the start of the monsoons in this region. The Lord Krishna depicted in the idol here is in his “King of Dwarka’ form and is depicted without the peacock feather and the flute.
4. Kusum Sarovar
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Located near Radha Kunj, Kusum Sarovar is 450 feet long and 60 feet deep. The reservoir got its name from Krishna’s famous consorts Radha, who was said to meet Lord Krishna near the tank. The reservoir has a calm and serene environment and can be used by visitors for a swim. The major attraction here is the evening Aarti which is not to be missed and is commonly photographed by the shutterbugs.
5. Radha Kund
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The town is considered to be a major pilgrim spot for the Vaishnavites in India and is known to be the place where Lord Krishna slew a Demon Bull. The pool of the Radha Kund is said to be formed by Lord Krishna who struck the earth and the water emerged at this spot. the pool is considered to be the most sacred and the various pilgrims frequent the place in thousands of numbers.
6. Kans Qila
Also known as Kans Fort, the Kans Qila is named after Lord Krishna’s maternal uncle and was built by Raja Mansingh I of Jaipur. Raja Mansingh was one of the Navratnas of the Mughal emperor Akbar. The fort is built in a unique Hindu and Mughal styled architecture near the banks the the Yamuna River.
7. Mathura Museum
Formerly known as Curzon Museum of Archeology, the Mathura Museum was constructed in the year 1874. The museum due to its unique architecture and the important artifacts housed here has also appeared on postage stamps issued by the government of India. The museum houses various ancient archeological findings dating back to the Kushana and the Gupta Empire.
8. Govardhan Hill
Govardhan Hill is located near the Vrindavan and is one of the major pilgrim spots for the Vaishnavites. The hill is mentioned in the ancient texts of the Hindus and was once lifted by lord Krishna to defeat Indra the god of Rain and thunder in Hindu Mythology. The story related to the legend of this pilgrim spot is pretty interesting and will lead you to explore more about the Hindu myths and legends.
The holy town of Mathura in Uttar Pradesh is also famous for its special sweet dish called the ‘Peda’ and the city has been mentioned several times in the religious texts as one of the revered pilgrim sites for the Hindus. The above-mentioned places are a must visit as it provides the deep insight of the cultural and ancient historical relevance of Mathura
Govind Dev Temple
Govind Dev Temple
For unknown reasons the Govind Dev Temple is often referred to as being the Govind Dev Temple of Mathura instead of Vrindavan. It is one of the most important temples in Vrindavan and the main deity here is Govind Dev or Lord Krishna. The Idol was brought to this temple by the Rajput king of Jaipur, Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II.
2. Hare Rama Hare Krishna Temple
A temple by the ISKCON society, the Hare Rama Hare Krishna temple is one of the major temples in Vrindavan. The temple is one of the most peaceful places one can visit and is best visited during Janmashtami. l
3. Keshi Ghat
Located at the banks of the River Yamuna, the Keshi Ghat is one of the most important Ghats in Vrindavan. The magnificent Madanmohan temple at the back drop and the Yamuna River provides one of the most spiritually content Ghats in Vrindavan. The Keshi ghat was the place where Lord Krishna took a bath after he slew the demon Keshi and is considered a revered pilgrim spot.
4. Bankey Bihari Temple
Bankey Bihari Temple
The temple was built by the great Indian music guru Swami Haridas who was also the guru of the famous Tansen, a famous musician in Akbar’s court. The temple was built in 1862 by Swami Haridas as he wanted to house an old idol of Lord Krishna in his enjoyer or ‘Bankey Bihari’ posture and keep it from getting into the hands of the Mughals. One of the major and most famous temples in Vrindavan is not to be missed.
5. Shahji Temple
Built by Shah Kundan Lal who was a famous jeweler in Lucknow, the temple was named Shahji Temple. The temple is famous for its distinctive neo-Dravidian architecture and stone carvings. The Darbar Kamra is a hall that is decorated with grand chandeliers and wall paintings. The twelve marble carved spiral columns are a marvel to behold.
6. Ranganathaji Temple
The temple was built in a distinctive Dravidian style and was completed in 1851 and is dedicated to Lord Ranganath a name for Lord Vishnu. The temple sports a majestic gopuram which can be seen from far. The temple is famous for its amazing temple complex and the fine architectural asthetics.
The holy town of Vrindavan is one of the most important pilgrim spot for the Vaishnavites. The above-mentioned places not only are great places to visit in Vrindavan but are also the long standing symbols of Indian culture.
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