Vrindavan, spiritual abode of Lord Krishna

Vrindavan is among the most divine cities in India. It is believed that Lord Vishnu incarnated himself as Krishna to live among humans and guide them to the path of spirituality. The name ‘Vrindavan’ is inspired from Vrinda which means ‘Holy Basil’, a sacred plant associated with the gods.

The city is an important centre of various wonderful temples devoted to Vaishnava sect. These temples showcase multiple personality traits of Lord Krishna highlighting his power and his divine love for Radha. Devotees from all parts of the world visit Vrindavan to pay their homage to Lord Krishna. Vrindavan is located at 185 kms from Delhi and can be easily reached in 3 hours via Delhi to Vrindavan cabs. Vrindavan is an amazing town of interesting mythologies, alluring culture and traditions.

Let’s have a look at the prominent temples of Vrindavan and stories associated with them.

Prem Temple: It is among the most revered temples in Vrindavan and adjoining areas. It is known for its splendour and spectacular architecture. The temple is surrounded by serene and beautiful gardens and fountains that give it a rich feel of a grand palace. It is 125 feet high and stands on 150 beautifully carved pillars. The temple has two storeys. The first floor is dedicated to Lord Rama and Lord Hanuman and the second floor is dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha. Large models of various Jagat gurus are also established inside the temple. The doors are built of pure sandalwood and are decorated with precious stones. If you are planning to visit Vrindavan from Delhi, you can complete Delhi to Vrindavan cab booking in few steps through Savaari.com

ISKCON Temple: The temple is an architectural marvel built by the ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) society. It is also known by the name Raman Reti. The magnificent temple has idols of Krishna and Balrama along with Lord Krishna’s beloved Radha placed inside its premises. The best time to visit ISKCON temple is during the time of Holi when the air is full of spirituality and celebrations are going on at full swing. Many devotees from Delhi visit Vrindavan during festival time and they prefer to travel by hiring Delhi to Vrindavan taxi. The tomb of Swami Prabhupada, founder of ISKCON, is also situated in the temple complex.

BankeyBihari Temple: It is among the most celebrated and sacred temples in Vrindavan. The idol kept in the temple is an ancient idol of Lord Krishna, worshipped since centuries.  The temple was constructed in 1864 and the ancient idol was shifted to the temple.  There are no bells in the temple as it is considered that Lord Krishan or BankeyBihari doesn’t like its sound; this is a unique aspect of this temple. During popular Krishna festivals like Janamashtami and Holi, the temple is adorned with various lights and flowers. The idol of BankeyBihari is dressed up in colourful clothes and is offered sweets. As per the popular belief, anyone who prays at the BankeyBihari temple is blessed with eternal peace. You can book Delhi outstation cabs for a comfortable journey.

Nidhivan: It is a mystical place in Vrindavan and it is believed that Lord Krishna and Radha visit it every night to indulge in Raas-Leela. Every day a bed is decorated in Rang Mahal for Radha and Krishna. Devotees believe that when Raas-Leela begins here every night and not just humans, but birds and animals leave the forest area and go into hiding. It is also said that those who purposely stay in Nidhivan to watch the RaasLeela go blind, dumb and deaf the next morning.

The most comfortable and safe option to travel from Delhi is hiring a taxi from Delhi to Vrindavan. Savaari car rental is a reliable provider of Delhi car rental service.

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