4 Reasons Why Vrindavan is Most-Visited Pilgrimage Center

Vrindavan is a famous holy town located on the banks of River Yamuna in Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh. Known as the site where Hindu deity Lord Krishna spent his childhood, Vrindavan is like pilgrims’ dream destination. Visit Vrindavan, book Best Intercity Cab from Noida to Vrindavan.

With stories of Lord Krishna’s mischiefs like stealing clothes off ‘gopis’ while they bathed, the place being the origin of the purest and most beautiful love story between Lord Krishna and Radha, and also the site where numerous demons were vanquished, Vrindavan is a major pilgrimage center for Hindus. Listed below are 4 reasons why Vrindavan is such a pilgrim magnet. Time to book Outstation Cab Noida to Vrindavan.

1) Religious History

Vrindavan is known as the town where Lord Krishna spent most of his childhood. Being born to Devaki and Vasudeva and brought up in the care of Yashoda and Nanda Baba, Lord Krishna spent his infant years in the town of Gokul from where the family shifted to Vrindavan. Much of his childhood pranks along with his elder brother and friends were played here. You can hire Outstation Cab Service Noida to Vrindavan. The town of Vrindavan is supposed to have witnessed the true god-like activities of Lord Krishna, like the lifting of the ‘Govardhan Parvat’ on his little finger, and fighting off innumerable demons. The town has a history that lures people to it.

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2. Govinda Dev Mandir

Govinda Dev Mandir is one of the oldest temples in the town of Vrindavan. The temple was built in the year 1590 by Raja Sawai Man Singh of Jaipur. You can also visit this beautiful mandir, just book Best Outstation Cab from Noida to Vrindavan. The temple now infested with monkeys until Aurangzeb’s reign was way taller than it is now. Due to his terror, 4 stories of the temple were removed.

3. Krishna Balaram Mandir

Krishna Balaram Mandir or popularly known as ISKCON Temple is a popular pilgrimage site for the ‘Hare Krishna’ devotees and unlike other temples in Vrindavan is well equipped to deal with foreigners.

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4. Bihariji

Bihariji also was known as Thakurji is the best known temple of Vrindavan. You can take Taxi from Noida to Vrindavan easily. The temple is home to Lord Krishna’s idol which is supposed to have eyes that are so powerful that they are required to be kept hidden from sight behind a curtain. The priests flash the eyes of the idol once every few minutes.   

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