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Mathura Tourist Attractions

Mathura Tourist Attractions

Mathura Tourist Attractions
Mathura Tourist Attractions

<p>Braj is the land of Krishna and Mathura is its epicenter. Since time immemorial, Mathura has been home to the follower of Krishna. The city of milkmaids has a lot to offer when it comes to ‘Krishna Tourism’. The city has some of the beautiful temples and religious sites. We list a few of them: – <br /> <br /> <strong>Dwarkadhish Temple </strong><br /> Dwarkadhish Temple is not only an important temple of Mathura but also of India. Built in 1814, Dwarkadhish Temple is situated in the heart of the city of Mathura. Dwarkadhish Temple that is currently managed by the followers of the Vallabhacharya sect is the most visited temple in Mathura. Located in the eastern part of Mathura, not far from the Yamuna River, the temple is architecturally very interesting. <br /> <br /> <strong>Government Museum </strong><br /> Mathura Kusum Sarovar is the must visit site in Mathura. Kusum Sarovar is actually a 450 feet long tank that belongs to the era of Lord Krishna. Kusum Sarovar is 60 feet deep and has numerous flights of stairs from all sides. Kusum Sarovar is just half an hour walk from another famous tank named Radha Kunj. <br /> <br /> <strong>Krishna Janambhoomi </strong><br /> Krishna Janambhoomi is one of the most visited tourist destination in India. The place has been named so because it is considered to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna. ‘Janam’ means ‘Birth’ and ‘Bhoomi’ means ‘Place’ in Hindi. It is supposed that the present temple is built over spot of the prison where Lord Krishna took birth. <br /> <br /> <strong>Kusum Sarovar </strong><br /> Kusum Sarovar is the must visit site in Mathura. Kusum Sarovar is actually a 450 feet long tank that belongs to the era of Lord Krishna. Kusum Sarovar is 60 feet deep and has numerous flights of stairs from all sides. Kusum Sarovar is just half an hour walk from another famous tank named Radha Kunj.</p>

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