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Mathura Tourism

Mathura is popular place in the North Indian condition of Uttar Pradesh. Its exceptionally famous pioneers as its connected with origin of ruler Krishna at Braj Bhomi which  is called as called Shri Krishna Janma-Bhoomi.Krishna Janmasthan or Kesava Deo Temple is a sanctuary is genuine origination of Lord Krishna. It is one of the seven urban communities (Sapta Puri) considered blessed by Hindus.The best season or months to visit puts in Mathura are February, March, October, November, December.The popular urban communities/towns  of Mathura District are Vrindavan,Nandgaon,Barsana, Goverdhan, Gokul,Chaumuhan, Baldev, Mahavan.

Mathura Places :

1. Shri Krishna Janmabhumi

Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi

Shri Krishna Janmbhoomi is the origination of Hindu god Lord Krishna.It is a jail cell fitting in with Kamsa where Lord Krishna was born.Temples in Shri Krishna Janamstan is Garbh Griha, Keshavadeva Temple, Bhagvata Bhavan.

Timings for visit
All days of the week
5:00 AM – 12:00 PM
2:00 PM – 8:00 PM

2.Dvarkadhish Temple

Dwarakadhish Temple  Dvarkadhish Temple is one of the main temples in city of  Lord Krishna and located at a central place in the city. Main festivals of Hindu like Holi, Janmashtami and Diwali are celebrated in this temple.Jhulan Yatra celebration is additionally celebratre amid the month of August.

Timings for visit
All days of the week
between 7:00 AM to 8:30 PM

 

3. Gita Mandir

Gita Mandir

The Gita Mandir has been fabricated by the business experts of India, the Birla Group (otherwise called birla sanctuary ). The sanctuary has an ornamented icon of Lord Krishna joined by Lakshmi, Narayana, ram and Sita.

4. Vishram Ghat

Vishram Ghat

At Vishram Ghat that the conventional parikrama begins and finishes and it is acclaimed on the grounds that Shri Krishna took his rest in the wake of slaughtering Kansa.It is close to Dvarkadhish Temple. There are numerous more ghat like Ganesh Ghat, Dashashwamedh Ghat with its Neelakantheshwar Temple, Saraswati Sangam Ghat, Chakratirtha Ghat, Krishnaganga Ghat, Somatirth or Swami Ghat, Ghantagharan Ghat, Dharapattan Ghat, Vaikuntha Ghat, Navtirtha or Varahkshetra Ghat, Asikunda Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat…. .

5. Jama Masjid

Jama MasjidJama Masjid, Mathura  was finished by Abd-un-Nabi, legislative leader of Aurangzeb in 1662.The mosque of Abd-un-Nabi Khan, fabricated 1662.This mosque is a mainstream spot of love of the Muslims of the locale Arranged nearby the Janmabhoomi sanctuary complex.

 

 

6. Jain Mandir Chaurasi

Jain Mandir Chaurasi

Shri Jambu Swami Nirvan Sthal Digamber Jain Mandir Chaurasi  is a Jain sanctuary and is one of the few spots of love in Mathura which is committed to Jain society and confidence.

 

 

 

7. Gayatri Tapobhumi

Gayatri Tapobhumi

The Gayatri Tapobhoomi in Mathura, India was made by Pundit Shriram Sharma Acharya (Gurudev) in 1950 at the finish of his 24 Gayatri Mahapurasharan, or recitations of 240,000 Gayatri Mantras every year. The Gayatri Tapobhoomi was the Tapasthali (Place of Penance) of Pundit Shriram Sharma Acharya.

 

 

8. Jai Gurudev Naam Yog Sadhna Temple

Jai Gurudev Naam Yog Sadhna Temple

Placed at the national expressway 2, Jai Gurudev Temple ( otherwise called Yog Sadhna Temple ) gives an impression of Taj Mahal carbon copy.The sanctuary was developed as a remeberance of Baba Jai Gurudev’s master ji(pandit ghurelal sharma ji) , Jai Gurudev committed the sanctuary and the yearly celebration to the master he followed in prior life: Ghurelal Ji Maharaj, prominently known as ‘Dada Guru’.

 

 

Mathura  consist of following cities/towns.

Places in Vrindavan

Places in Goverdhan

Places in Gokul

Places in Baldev

Places in Nandgaon

Places in Barasana

Places in Mahaban