Mathura: Must Visit Places In Brajbhoomi!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

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The Kusum Sarovar, a sandstone reservoir from the past, contains stairs that lead to the pond.

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Kusum Sarovar

The 38-km-long, 80-foot-tall sandstone hill. Visit key sights including Mansi Ganga, Mukharvind, and Daan Ghat.

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Govardhan Hill

In the Nandishwara Hills, NandGaon is a charming town 50 miles from Mathura. Krishnaji's adopted parents, Nand Ji and Yashoda Maiyya, live there.

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Nand Gaon

It is built around the jail cell where his evil uncle Kansa locked up Lord Krishna, Mata Devaki, and Vasudeva with the rest of their family.

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Krishna Janmasthan Temple

Birla Mandir, also known as Gita Mandir, is a popular Mathura attraction 6.5 miles from Mathura junction on the Mathura-Vrindavan Road.

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Birla Mandir

One of the top attractions to visit in Mathura in one day, Dwarkadhish temple is known for its complex construction and artwork.

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Dwarkadhish Temple

Mathura's Jama Masjid was established in 1661 by Aurangzeb Governor Abd-un-Nabi Khan. Features 4 minarets, mosaic plastering, and elaborate carvings

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Jama Masjid Mathura

Radha Vallabh Mandir is one of the seven temples in Thakur of Vrindavan. It is on the cliff of the Bankey Bihari temple, which is close to Gautam Nagar.

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Radha Vallabh Mandir

Popular for its pure, sacred water thought to have miraculous healing abilities, it is a city holy place.

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Radha Kund

On the banks of the River Yamuna, about 5 km from Mathura, there is a holy place called a ghar. It is the center of 25 ghats.

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Vishram Ghat