Vrindavan: The Holy City, Top Attractions!

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Ruchika Mandora

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Kesi Ghat is widely thought to be one of the most important ghats along the Yamuna.

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Kesi Ghat

Vrindavan's largest and most prominent temple, the Prem Mandir, worships Lord Krishna and Radha.

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Prem Mandir

Guru Srila Jiva Goswami founded Sri Radha Damodar Mandir. Jiva Goswami's master, Rupa Goswami, gave him these deities.

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Sri Radha Damodar Mandir

One of the seven temples that make up the "Thakur of Vrindavan" is the Banke Bihari temple.

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Banke Bihari Mandir

One of Vrindavan's most interesting attractions is Shri Rang Nath Ji Mandir. The Rangaji temple honors Lord Rangji, a Vishnu avatar.

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Rangaji Temple

Iskcon, Vrindavan is one of India's most famous temples. Many call it Krishna Balaram Mandir.

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It was completed in 1860, Shahji Mandir in Vrindavan. This temple honors Chote Radha Raman, a Krishna manifestation.

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Shahji Temple

Seva Kung is a large, lovely garden called Nidhivan. One of Vrindavan's most renowned tourist spots.

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Lord Madan Gopala is the most well-known deity in this area, and the temple's beautiful building is a big draw.

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Madan Mohan Temple

The temple is dedicated to Govind Dev, another name for Krishna. This seven-story temple is stunning.

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Govind Dev Temple