Vrindavan, the name itself sounds so sacred that countless travelers visit the place to incite their spiritual feelings. Our tailor-made Vrindavan tour guide takes care of the comfort of the travelers while you can enjoy every bit of your spiritual journey. Vrinda means Tulsi, a sacred plant to the Hindus and van means forest, so Vrindavan means the forest of Tulsi. Here Sri Krishna spent his childhood and the place is spotted with a number of temples that showcases various events of Sri Krishna’s life. You can enjoy a hassle-free tour of the temples with your Vrindavan travel guide. Some of the famous temples in Vrindavan are Prem Mandir, Banke Bihari Temple, Radha Raman Temple, and ISKCON Temple.
The temples are built by the many famous devotees who were attracted by the sacred aura of the Brajbhoomi. At Banke Bihari Temple, a curtain before the idol of Sri Krishna is closed and opened by the priest every few minutes. The Radha Raman Temple is named after Sri Radha but the only deity worshiped here is Sri Krishna. The massive temple built of marble stone Prem Mandir is constructed by Gopal Bhatta who was inspired by the divine love between Sri Krishna and Sri Radha.
Apart from the temples, Vrindavan is noted for about 137 holy woods and 1000 holy ponds. You can visit all the sites with a well-organized Vrindavan darshan guide that will brief you every detail about the sacred sites. Resting on the bank of the river Yamuna, Vrindavan is an ancient city that also possesses a unique culture. Barsana and Nandgaon are some famous places near Vrindavan where festivals like Holi and Janmashthami are celebrated with full enthusiasm.
Sri Krishna loved butter and the village of Vrindavan was rich in the production of milk, curd, and butter that Sri Krishna used to steal from Gopikas (women of Vrindavan). Continuing this, Vrindavan is still flourished in sweets and milk products, you can buy mouth-watering sweets during your Vrindavan sightseeing tour. You will also find small shops in every lane where a temple is located. Buy some handicraft products from the shops that have a connection with Sri Krishna's life.