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Mathura Tourism

Mathura is located in Uttar Pradesh, a state in northern India. It enjoys a great location, being situated 50km north of Agra, 145 km south-east of Delhi, just 11km from Vrindavan and only 22km away from Govardhan. It was an economic hub of ancient India, situated at the junction of various significant caravan routes.
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There is a host of temples in the city and 25 Ghats across the holy Yamuna River which runs through Mathura. Many people are seen taking the holy dip at dawn on the Yamuna River and in the evening too the scene gets even more majestic and fascinating as during the evening aarti occasion hundreds of candles are set floating onto the sacred Yamuna.

History bears testimony of the fact that once it was a Buddhist centre having 20 monasteries that accommodated 3000 monks but after the advent of Hinduism, it was Hinduism all the way.

Mathura also has the distinction of holding one of the primitive historical records. Mathura also finds place in one of the greatest epics of India, the Ramayana. It was also one of the capitals of the famous Kushana king Kanishka. It is a great spiritual destination and the top sites to visit in the city are the Holy Gate, Archaeological Museum, Gita Temple, Sati Burj, Katra Masjid, Vishram Ghat, Kesava Deo Temple, etc.

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Places to Visit in Mathura

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Vrindavan Mathura
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Vrindavan

Vrindavan is one of the most sacred cities of Hindu religion in India, Lord Krishna born in Mathura but spend his childhood days in Vrindavan. The garden city Vrindavan has many ancient and sacred temples dedicated to Lord Krishna, goddess Radha and Lord Balarama.

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Dwarkadhish Temple Mathura
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Dwarkadhish, Mathura

The Dwarkadheesh is an ancient temple in city of Mathura and dedicated to Lord krishna, who is known as Dwarkadheesh, built in 1814 by Guru Seth Gokul Das Parikh. The Janmashtami and Holi is the Major festival celebrated in Dwarkadheesh temple.

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ISKCON Temple Vrindavan Mathura
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ISKCON Temple, Vrindavan

This is one of the most famous temples of ISKCON in the holy land of Vrindavan, dedicated to Lord Krishna and Lord Balrama. The ISKCON temple of Vrindavan popularly known as Shri Krishna and Balram Temple and located very near to the Prem mandir.

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Govardhana Hill
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Govardhana Hill

The Govardhana Hill also called Giri Raj, Royal Hill and Mount Govardhana, is a sacred Hindu site in the Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh. The Govardhan Hill is about 22 kilometers from the National Highway NH2, The Radha Kund is the first place when you reach unless you want to....

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Prem Mandir Vrindavan
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Prem Mandir

The Prem Mandir is on of latest tourist attraction in Vrindavan and dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha Rani, built by Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj in 2012. The Prem Mandir is majestic and has intricate carving all around.

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Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi
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Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi

Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple is a Birth Place of Lord Krishna and located in Mathura district, Uttar Pradesh. The Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple complex is a divine place with tight security an cameras, phones and bags are not allowed inside.

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Banke Bihari Temple Vrindavan Mathura
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Banke Bihari Temple

Shri Bannke Bihari is a Lord Krishna Temple situated in the holy city Vrindavan and established in 15th century AD by Swami Haridas. The beauty of the temple lies in the awesome decor with flowers all around and the atmosphere inside the temple is very divine.

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Nidhivan Vrindavan Mathura Uttar Pradesh
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Nidhivan

Nidhivan is a great mythological significance and sacred place in Vrindavan of Mathura district. Mystery about this place is that Radha Krishna and the gopi's come here at midnight for Raasleela and no human/devotees is allowed during night time and even birds/animals vacate the ....

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Radha Kund Vrindavan Mathura
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Radha Kund

Radha Kund is a holy Kund in Vrindavan and legend has it that Radha kund appeared after Lord Krishna killed the demon Aristasura in the form of a bull. There are many temples and kunds in the parikrama marg of Govardhan Hill but Radha Kund is considered to be the most sacred.

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Krishna Janmasthan temple Complex
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Shri Krishna Janmasthan Temple Complex

Keshavdeva temple was constructed under the patronage of Ramkrishna Dalmiya in his mother’s memory. It was from 29th June 1957 that the construction of the temple was underway. The keshav dao temple was finally inaugurated on the 6th of September 1958 by Hanuman Prasad Poddar. ....

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