Mathura Vrindavan City
“The Hometown of Lord Krishna”

“Land of Hare Krishna and Radhey Radhey”

Mathura is a place where Lord Krishna was Born. People visit the Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple in Mathura to see the place where he is believed to have been born. Vrindavan is the place where Lord Krishna spent his childhood, engaging in divine activities known as “Leelas”.

Mathura Vrindavan city is a significant pilgrimage destination for Hindus. Tourists mostly visit to seek blessings, perform rituals and immerse themselves in the sacred ambiance. Mathura & Vrindavan are very spiritual places. People feel peaceful and something close to divine when they visit, Making it a calm spot for tourists looking for spiritual comfort. Vrindavan is home to around 5,500 temples, all devoted to Lord Krishna and his beloved Radha.

Explore Top Attractions In Mathura Vrindavan City - The Land of Hare Krishna and Radhey Radhey!

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1. Bankey Bihari Mandir

This temple in Vrindavan is a very Important and Special place for devotees of Lord Krishna. It's a hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. The temple was founded by Swami Haridas in the 19th Century and is famous for its unique idol of Krishna, which is believed to have appeared miraculously. The temple is filled with energy and devotion, especially during festivals like Janmashtmi and Holi, when it becomes even more lively with singing and celebrations. Bankey Bihari Temple in Mathura is a must-visit temple in Mathura Vrindavan City. In this particular Temple Lord Krishna appears to be in the form of a Child, trying to stand in the Tribhanga position. One of the unique features of this temple is that there are no Bells or Conchs on the premises.

3. Sri Sri Krishna Balaram Temple

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Also known as the ISKCON temple in Vrindavan.Temple is constructed by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, It draws devotees globally. It is located in Raman Reti area of Vrindavan. Temple has become a major attraction in Vrindavan and is dedicated to Lord Krishna and Balaram.

2. Prem Mandir

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is a stunning Italian white marble temple which is dedicated to the love of Lord Krishna and Radha. Temple was built by Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj and inaugurated in 2012, the temple features intricate carvings and beautiful sculptures depicting scenes from Krishna's life. In the evenings, Temple hosts a captivating light and sound show that brings these stories to life. Surrounded by lush gardens and fountains, Prem Mandir offers a peaceful and spiritual experience for visitors. It is a major attraction in Vrindavan, especially during festivals like Janmashtami and Radhashtami.

4. Seva Kunj

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This place is also known as “Nikunj” Van. Today it has become a place where visitors can pray, meditate and enjoy nature. Seva Kunj is very close to Krishna’s Heart. You can find a beautiful idol of Radha Krishna in this temple and also there is a kund here known as Lalita Kund. There is a historical belief that every night Lord Krishna and Radha Rani visit this particular place. Hence post evening one finds this place completely closed. One can find multiple monkeys during day time and post evening even they also leave the place. It is also believed that Lord Krishna served Radha Rani in this place and helped her in getting ready for Raas leela by combing her hair and decorating her with ornaments. Also these can be visualized with the mesmerizing painting on the walls and Shlokas inscribed here from the Hindu Scriptures.

5. Keshi Ghat

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It is located on the Bank of Yamuna River. It has become a popular tourist attraction in Vrindavan. As per our legendary thoughts after slaying the Demon Keshi, Lord Krishna took a bath at this ghat. Keshi was a horse-demon that was sent by Lord Krishna’s evil Uncle Kansa to kill him. Hence the name of this place is named after the demon Keshi. Since that day devotees visiting Vrindavan take a holy dip in this particular holy water. Also there is a special aarti performed at the evening time.

How to Reach Mathura Vrindavan City

By Air: Agra Airport (AGR) - 54 kms from Vrindavan
By Rail : Mathura Railway Station which is connected to major Cities
By Cab : Our Cabs are well connected to all the cities and States.

Discover The Perfect Season to Visit Mathura Vrindavan City

1. October to March - is considered to be Peak Season for Mathura Vrindavan. One can enjoy the major festivals like Janmashti, Diwali, Dussehra. It attracts a large number of devotees across the globe.
2. April to June - is considered to be a moderate season. Most of the tourists avoid traveling during these seasons as the temperature goes high by 45 degree celsius.
3. July to September - these are monsoon months as the temperature soothing between 24-degree Celsius to 32-degree Celsius. It's an excellent time to visit the city.

Experience the Vibrant Festivals and Fairs of Mathura Vrindavan City

1. Janmashtami

In Vrindavan, where Lord Krishna was born, Janmashtami is a very big celebration. People from all over the globe come to join. They decorate temples and streets with bright colors. They pray, sing songs, dance and do special activities to remember Lord Krishna's life. It's a time of joy and togetherness, where everyone feels close to God and each other.

3. Basant Panchami

Basant Panchami is a joyful celebration of the arrival of spring in Mathura Vrindavan City. People gather to welcome the season of new beginnings with music, dance, and colorful decorations. They wear yellow clothes and offer prayers to Goddess Saraswati, the symbol of knowledge and learning. Children fly kites in the clear blue sky, adding to the festive atmosphere. Basant Panchami in Vrindavan is a time of renewal and hope, where people come together to embrace the beauty of nature and the promise of a fresh start.

2. Holi

In Vrindavan, Holi is a big, colorful party. People come from everywhere to join in the fun. They throw bright powders at each other and spray water. It's a happy time where everyone forgets their worries and just enjoys being together. The streets are full of laughter and music, and everyone feels like family. Holi in Vrindavan is a time to celebrate and spread joy with friends old and new.

Treat Yourself to the Delicious Local Food of Mathura Vrindavan


It's the best food in Mathura. It is not only popular but also an essential offering in religious ceremonies.

Aloo Kachori

It’s a beloved Street food of Mathura. It consists of a crispy, deep-fried pastry shell filled with a spicy and tangy potato mixture.


It's a very popular sweet dish in Mathura, especially during festivals like Teej and Raksha Bandhan. It's a round crispy dessert which is made from batter of flour, ghee and milk, later deep fried and soaked in sugar syrup.


is one of the must-try delicacies when you are visiting Mathura. These are crispy, sweet treats which are deeply fried and soaked in sugar syrup, offering a delightful experience for anyone with a sweet tooth.


It's a popular traditional sweet dumpling in Mathura which is famous during the festival of Holi. The outer shell of Gujia is made from all-purpose flour and is filled with a mixture of khoya (milk solids), grated coconut, and finely chopped nuts such as almonds and pistachios.


lassi is a popular, refreshing drink made from yogurt, sugar, and sometimes flavored with cardamom and saffron. It's served in earthen pots, giving it a special taste. Often topped with cream and nuts, Mathura's lassi is a delicious treat enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.

Mathura Vrindavan Tour: Your FAQs Answered!

Mathura – Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple, Dwarkadhish Temple, Vishram Ghat
Vrindavan – Banke Bihari Temple, ISKCON Temple, Prem Mandir, Nidhivan.

The best time to visit is between October and March when the weather is pleasant.

Plan your visit during weekdays to avoid the crowds.
Stay hydrated and carry some snacks. Be respectful of local customs and traditions.

Yes, hiring a local guide can enhance your experience by providing detailed insights into the history and significance of the sites

Yes, both Mathura and Vrindavan are generally safe for tourists, including solo travelers.
owever, standard travel precautions should always be observed.

Mathura – Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple, Dwarkadhish Temple, Vishram Ghat.
Vrindavan: Banke Bihari Temple, ISKCON Temple, Prem Mandir, Nidhivan.

A trip to Mathura and Vrindavan is a special journey into the heart of spirituality. Walk the sacred grounds where Lord Krishna's stories happened, enjoy colorful festivals, tasty local food, and beautiful temples. Our tour package offers an easy and enriching experience, bringing you closer to Krishna's divine presence. Book with TourtripX to experience the peace, joy, and blessings of these holy cities. Your spiritual journey starts here!