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Shri Krishna janam bhumi:
Located at "Katra Keshav Dev", it is a highly revered place of worship, the birth place of Lord Krishna.

Dwarikadheesh Temple:
Situated to the north of the town, dedicated to shri Krishna, is the most popular shrine at mathura. It was build by a staunch and wealthy devotee, Seth Gokuldas Parikh.

There are about 25 ghats, which are of great architectural, cultural and aesthetic interest for devotees. "Vishram ghat" is the most prominent one where, Lord Krishna took rest after killing Kansa. The "Aarti" held here, each evening is not to be missed.

No pilgrimage to Mathura is complete without a visit to the kunds. Tradition has it that there were 159 ancient kunds in all. There is a elegant shi tal, the more famous "Potra Kund" associated closely with Lord Krishna besides the Balbhadra and saraswati Kunds.

Kans Qila:
On the banks of the river yamuna, are the ruins of kans qila, a fort renovated by king Maan Singh of Amer. Later Sawai Jai Singh, the founder of Jaipur, built an observatory on the parapet of this fort.

This museum has a fine collection of sculptures belongings to the Maurya, Sunga, Kushana and the Gupta periods. Its collection of Kushana artis considered to he the finest in the world. The Museum also has fine collection of stone sculpture and terra cotta, gold, silver and copper coins. clay seals, ancient pottery, paintings and bronzes.

Jama Masjid:
The Jama Masjid , with his four lofty minarets and bright mosaic, built in 1661 AD by Abd-un-nabi khan.

Gita Mandir:
On the outskirts of Mathura, a modern temple is embellished with the fine paintings and carving. The entire Bhagwada geeta is inscribed on a pillar called the "Bhagwad Stambh".

Jain Siddha Kshetra'Chaurasi":
Chaurasi is the place where shri Jambu Swami attained enlightenment. He was the last jain "Keval Gyani".

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