Vrindavan & Mathura

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Vrindavan & Mathura

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Mathura is the place where Lord Krishna was born. Sri Krishna’s father Vasudev had left him in Vrindavan the same night. After that Shri Krishna’s childhood was spent in Vrindavan itself. That is why both Vrindavan and Mathura have great importance from the historical point of view. Both these places are located only a few kilometers from each other. There are many historical temples built in both the cities and here you will find many beautiful temples and other places. Many devotees come here from abroad throughout the year and many Krishna devotees from countries like America, England, Russia, Netherlands, Canada, etc. also live here in various temples. Travelers coming to Mathura and Vrindavan fall in love with this place.

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    Personal Guide
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    All Museum Tickets
    Domestic Air Tickets
    Festival season special
    Online & Physical Assistance
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Mathura and Vrindavan attract hordes of devotees and curious travellers every year. When you are on a trip to these ancient cities, try to indulge in various exciting things that you will be able to experience only in Mathura and Vrindavan, besides exploring the temples.
Well-known for being the birthplace of Lord Krishna, the twin cities of Mathura and Vrindavan attract a number of pilgrims and tourists every year. If you are keen to take a break and go on a short spiritual sojourn, Mathura and Vrindavan can be your go-to place. And, to ensure that your trip goes smoothly, here is a guide to planning a short Mathura Vrindavan trip.
Since the places of interest are not that far from each other, you can cover the attractions in just a day. But if you have time to spare, do it at your own pace. The best places to visit in Vrindavan will be Seva Kunj and Nidhuban, Shahji Temple, Govardhan Hill, and Banke Bihari Temple. Some of the must-visit places in Mathura are Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir, Kusum Sarovar, Prem Mandir, Jama Masjid, and Dwarkadhish Temple.

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