Ancient Temples

Shri Banke Bihari Temple Images   Shri Mathura Ji

Banke Bihari Temple

Dedicated to Lord Krishna, is particularly renowned for its vibrant atmosphere and lively devotional rituals.

The facade of the ISKCON temple with intricate architecture and the name in large green letters.


Also known as the Krishna Balaram Mandir, offers a blend of modernity and tradition, attracting devotees and tourists alike.

A close up shot of the hindu deities Krishna and Radha with a brown background

Radha Raman Temple

Dedicated to Radha-Krishna, is revered for its deity believed to have been self-manifested from a shaligram shila (sacred stone).

image of the facade of a temple with a garden in front

Prem Mandir

The temple is affectionately called the 'Temple of God’s Love', dedicated solely to Radha Krishna and Sita Ram. Adorned with exquisite carvings and white marble, the structure radiates an enchanting charm, enhancing its divine appeal.

An eerie, leafless tree with sprawling branches on a foggy day.


Nestled amongst the dense green forests, Nidhivan temple in Vrindavan is dedicated to Banke Bihari. Beautifully decorated idols of Radha and Krishna in the sanctum sanctorum attract all devotees.


Kesi Ghat

Named after Lord Krishna's triumph over the demon Keshi, remains a sacred site along the Yamuna River in Vrindavan. Visitors can partake in serene boating experiences while admiring its tranquil surroundings.


Neem Karoli Ashram

It serves as a spiritual haven, honouring the teachings and legacy of the revered saint, Neem Karoli Baba.


Krishna Janambhoomi temple

Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi

Located in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, is revered as the birthplace of Lord Krishna, one of the most beloved deities in Hinduism. The temple complex encompasses the revered prison cell where Lord Krishna is believed to have been born, as well as various shrines and monuments dedicated to his divine pastimes.

a close up shot of the hindu deity Maa Vaishno Devi with a blue and white background

Mata Vaishno Devi Temple

The temple holds a glorious cave and an enormous idol of Goddess Vaishno Devi.

a close up shot of hindu deity Krishna with other idols in the background

Govardhan Parikrama

This spiritual practice involves walking around the base of the hill, covering a distance of approximately 23 km.