Sri Radha Raman Mandir is one of the 7 temples dedicated to the Thakur of Vrindavan. The temple was built in 1542 at the request of Sri Gopal Bhatta. It is believed that the idol in this temple is created from Shilpgram Shila by itself. Once Gopal Bhatta visited Nepal and dipped in the Kali-Gandaki River. There he found 12 Shilpgram Shila and brought them to Vrindavan. Gopal Bhatta used to worship all the Shilpgram Shila but one day after returning from the Yamuna River taking bath he found that there are only 11 Shilpgram Shila with the beautiful three-fold bending form of tri-bhangananda Sri Krishna playing flute among them. Thus the deity of the Radha Raman was created from the Shilpgram Shila.
The deity was placed in the Radha Raman Temple Vrindavan during the Baisakhi Purnima in 1542. Every year on this day thousands of devotees gather in the temple during the annual festival. The temple also includes the Samadhi of Gopal Bhatta.
This is a heritage temple located at a distance of 500 meters from the Vrindavan Railway station. The temple is beautifully carved and attracts tourists in large numbers.
Sri Radha Raman Mandir Vrindavan opens at 8 A.M and closes at 8 P.M all days of the week.