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Madan Mohan Temple:
This is the oldest existing temple closely associated with "Chaitana Maha Prabhu".

Govind Devaji Temple:
This magnificent seven storied temple i.e. an example of architectural excellence of medieval India. A prime example of a combination of western, Hindu and Muslim architectural elements in the structure. It has been planned in the form of a Greek cross and considered to be among the most impressive temples of North India.

Radha Vallabh Temple:
This famous temple set up by the Radha-Vallabh sect, has the crown of Radha-Rani placed next to shri Krishna idol in the sanctum.

Rangaji Temple:
This is the largest temple in Vrindavan dedicated to "Lord Ranganatha" depicted as lord Vishnu in his "sheshashayi pose". The temple built in the Dravidian style has a tall Gopuram (gateway) of six storeys and a gold-plated "Dhwaja Stambha" 50 feet high.The temple is also famous for "Rath Ka Mela".

Bankey Bihari Temple:
This temple is the most popular shrine at Vrindavan. The image of Bankey Bihari was discovered in Nidhivan by "Swami Haridas", the great Krishna devotee, belonging to the Nimbarka sect.

Shahji temple :
The deities at the temple are popularly known as the "Chhote Radha Raman". Noted for its magnificent architecture and beautiful marble sculpture, the temple has tweleve spiral columns. The "Basanti Kamara"-the darbar hall is famed for its Belgian glass, chandeliers, and fine paintings.

Jaipur Temple:
This is a richly embellished and opulent temple. The fine hand carved sandstone is of unparalleled workmanship. The temple is dedicated to "shri Radha-Madhav".

Krishna Balram Temple (Iskcon):
This temple built by the international society for shri Krishna consciousness (ISKCON), is one of the most beautiful temples in Vrindavan. The principal deities of this temple are "shri Krishna-Balram" and "shri Radha-Shyamsunder". Adjoining the temple is the samadhi of "shri Prabhupada" the founder of the Iskcon sects. A Gurukul and a school of yoga are parts of this temple complex.

Seva Kunj:
This is a place where Lord Krishna performed "Rasleela" with Radha-Rani and other Gopis.

Nidhi Van:
Here the divine couple "Radha-Krishna" took rest after having the conjugal love. The samadhi of "Swami Haridas" is situated here.

There are numerous ghats, which are of great architectural, cultural and aesthetic interest for devotees. Kali Dah Ghat, Keshi Ghat, Varah Ghat, Chir Ghat etc. are some of them.


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