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“Vrindavan, any person may go there, and even if he is sinful he will at once contact an atmosphere of spiritual life, and automatically chant the names of Krishna and Radha”.

Vrindavan and Mathura are the most paramount spots of journey for lovers of Krishna. Krishna was born in Mathura and spent his adolescence in Vrindavan.

There are over 5,000 temples in Vrindavan. The city of Mathura, in Uttar Pradesh, the core of Brajabhumi, is placed 140 km south-east of Delhi and 60 km north-west of Agra. Coating a zone of around the range of 3,800 sq. km.,

Brajabhumi can be divided into two different units - the eastern part in the trans-Yamuna tract with spots like Gokul, Mahavan, Baldeo, Mat and Bajna and the western side of the Yamuna coating the Mathura district that includes Vrindavan, Govardhan, Kusum Sarovar, Barsana and Nandgaon (Nandagram).

Vrindavan, around 15 km from Mathura, is a little town and a significant spot of pilgrimage on the banks of Yamuna. Pulling in the vicinity of 500 000 pilgrims consistently, primarily throughout significant celebrations like Janmashtami, Holi and Radhashtami, it is noted for its various temples, both old and cutting edge, of all shapes and sizes (supposedly 5000 altogether). Vrindavan is synonymous with the adolescence side interests of Sri Krishna.

The name "Vrindavan" is determined from 'Vrinda', an alternate name for the consecrated tulsi (basil) plant. It is said that the whole place was a tulsi forest around then. As per an alternate convention, it was named after Vrinda Devi, one of Krishna's consorts. The earliest known shrine in Vrindavan is said to have been constructed by the local Gosvamis in a huge garden called Nidhiban. As per convention, Mughal Emperor Akbar was taken blindfolded inside the forest where he had an a profound experience. Accordingly, he recognized the spot as being blessed ground.