It is near to Mathura approx at distance of 10 kms. Mathura is a place where Lord Krishna spends his childhood. Vrindavan having several temples all over the town, the Bankey Bihari temple is the best-known in the city. Apart from temples, you can also visit the gardens and monuments of Vrindavan. Janamashtami and Radhaastami as well the colorful festival of Holi are the main festival celebration in Vrindavan.Some of the rituals and celebration Vrindavan are unique and famous in all over the world which attracts lots of Indian as well as international travelers.
Tourist Attractions in Vrindavan
- Gopeshwar Mahadev
- Shahji Temple
- Banke Bihari Temple
- ISKCON Temple
- Govinddeo Temple
Other pilgrimage sites to visit are
- Kaliya Ghat
- Chira Ghat
- Samadhi of Devraha Baba
- Raman Reti
- SevaKunj and Nidhuban garden
- Yamuna river
- Vrindavan forest
If you are ready to travel a little away from Vrindavan, you ought to visit
Best time to visit Vrindavan
The ideal season to visit Vrindavan is during winters from October to mid-March.
Summer starts in March and ends in May. Summers are very hot and humid. The places demand you to move from one attraction to another for sightseeing. Thus, it comes exhausting to travel during summer. The temperature can go as high as 45 degree C.
In Monsoon, the temperature reduces incredibly. However, humidity is high. Moreover, frequent showers will hinder your sightseeing process. Monsoon starts in July and ends in September. Winter starts in October and ends in March. This is the best time to visit the place. The gardens will be at bloom and the climate makes it easier to move from one temple to another without breaking a sweat.
How to Reach Vrinadavan
It is connected with Delhi via national highways and the holden quadrilateral network. Thus, tourists usually fly to Delhi and hire any road transportation like bus or cab to reach Vrindavan. The chances of finding cabs and the cost of the travel depend on the season.
Nearest Railway Station in Vrindavan is Mathura which is approx. 15 km from the city. Several trains connect Mathura from other major cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Agra.
You can also get direct buses from Delhi to Vrindavan. Private taxis can be hired too from Delhi to reach Vrindavan. Vrindavan is also well connected via road to Haridwar, Agra, Jaipur and other famous cities of India.
Distance from other cities of India
Vrindavan to Delhi – 144 km (4 hours of driving)
Vrindavan to Kolkata – 1327 km (19 hours of driving)
Vrindavan to Lucknow – 371 km (6 hours of driving)
Vrindavan to Hyderabad – 1391 km (23 hours of driving)
Vrindavan to Chennai – 2037 (30 hours of driving)
Vrindavan to Ghaziabad – 153 (3 hours of driving)
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