Must Visit Places In Mathura In Uttar Pradesh 2023!

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Hindu pilgrims visit this city since it's surrounded by historical temples. Since Lord Krishna loved milk and butter, Mathura is known for its melt-in-your-mouth milk-based dishes.

Visitors are welcome to go to the bank of the Yamuna River. You will be blown away by the beautiful temple, the cultural attractions, and the revered ghats.

Dwarkadhish Temple


Hindus pray at this ghat. Devotees undertake rituals in the morning and evening. Lord Krishna slept on the Vishram Ghat, according to Hindu tradition.

Vishram Ghat


Hindus regard the temple as Krishna's birthplace. The temple's wonderful aura and purity convince visitors that Lord Krishna genuinely manifested here.

Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple


The calm reservoir allows swimming. Kadamba trees and beautifully sculpted cenotaphs with Bharatpur's emperors' tombs enhance the area's natural charm.

Kusum Sarovar


Gita Mandir, also known as Birla Mandir, attracts tourists with its exquisite architecture and history. A famous Hindu shrine honours Vishnu incarnation Lord Lakshmi Narayan.

Gita Mandir


The Indian government has put the museum on postage stamps because of its unique architecture and the important artefacts it holds.

Mathura Museum


Vaishnavites visit Govardhan Hill (Giri Raj) near Vrindavan. In ancient Hindu texts, Lord Krishna utilised the hill to overcome Indra, the deity of rain and thunder.

Govardhan Hill


Hindu and Islamic architecture are showcased in Kans Qila. This is known as Purana Quila in Mathura.

Kans Qila


Mathura's Tilak Dwar bazaar borders the Dwarikadish Temple and Vishram Ghat. The market is famous for its cheap brass statues, handicrafts, paintings, and hand-embroidered items

Tilak Dwar


Here, elephants eat, move, and splash during bath time. This unique experience will deepen your respect of these amazing animals.

Elephant Conservation & Care Centre