A Pilgrimage Journey to Vrindavan – The Abode of Gods

Vrindavan, the prestigious Hindu pilgrim city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh is located on the banks of Yamuna. Vrindavan is believed to be the place where Lord Krishna, the 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu has spent the most cheerful and enjoyable time of life from childhood. This city is the place where he had spent a colorful time with his beloved friend Radha. It is mentioned in various ancient tales and books. It is famous for its ancient temples which attract millions of devotees throughout the year. | A Pilgrimage Journey to Vrindavan – The Abode of Gods |

A Pilgrimage Journey to Vrindavan - The Abode of Gods

A Pilgrimage Journey to Vrindavan – The Abode of Gods

This pilgrimage city makes you lost in the chanting of Hare Krishna, Hare Rama and maximum temples situated here are dedicated to Lord Krishna. 

A Pilgrimage Journey to Vrindavan - The Abode of Gods

A Pilgrimage Journey to Vrindavan – The Abode of Gods

Some important and popular ancient tourist attractions in this city are Banke Bihari Temple, ISKCON Temple, Braja Mandala Parikrama, Radhe Raman Temple, Govindaji Mandir, Yamuna river, Kesari Ghat, Krishna Balarama Mandir. These are only a few of the places out of many pilgrim sites in Vrindavan. Devotees must pay a visit to every site in Vrindavan to explore by outstation cabs available there.

A Pilgrimage Journey to Vrindavan - The Abode of Gods

There are certain rituals and customs performed in temples of Vrindavan, which have their unique way of celebration due to which it gets visited by tourists throughout the year. For the devotees, this place is next to heaven to live in auras of Shri Krishna chants and such a pilgrimage journey would bring complete peace to your mind and soul. Traveling to Vrindavan is very easy one can book Delhi to Vrindavan outstation taxi and begin his Pilgrimage Journey to the city of Lord Krishna.

Journey to Vrindavan

Journey to Vrindavan

I am not the same, having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world.

– Mary Anne Radmacher

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