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Vrindavan, a famous sacred holy town recognised for its over 5000 temples.It is a major place of pilgrimage and is integral to the legend of Lord Krishna. The name Vrindavan, evokes the playfullness and lovable characteristics of shri Krishna. These are the woods where he frolicked with the Gopis and tenderly wooed Radha(consort).

Here Lord Krishna played his "Flute" and performed his "Leelas". The town was later immortalised in the poems of surdas, Raskhan, Meerabai and other great poets. Here famous saint Vallabhacharya, master of Indian Classical music Swami Haridas, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu lived. Kings and commons over the centuries have graced its soil with many temples, each a worthy rival to others in beauty of execution.

 

 

   
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