Banke Bihari Temple

The Bankey Bihari sanctuary, Vrindavan is among the holiest and popular sanctuaries of Krishna in India. Shri Swami haridas got Bankey bihari ji showed up in Nidhivan. The symbol of Thakur Ji is much more seasoned and was adored in Nidhivan till 1863. This sanctuary was developed in 1864 with the commitment of Goswamis. In the wake of building of sanctuary, Goswamis exchanged the icon to this sanctuary. Bankey signifies “Twisted at three spots” and Bihari signifies “Preeminent enjoyer”. Bankey bihari ji is worshiped and cared for as a youngster. There is an alternate and one of a kind style of praising each celebration in Bankey bihari sanctuary. The divinity is spruced up and offered food (bhog, prasad) as indicated by season. Sanctuary is finished with lights and different sorts of blossom as per celebration. There are no chimes or conch in the sanctuary on the grounds that Bankey Bihari dislikes the sound of ringers or conch. there is just serenade of ‘radha naam’. When somebody enters in the sanctuary, he feels an endless euphoria and quiet and overlooks all wretchedness. When somebody meets with Thakur ji, he gets to be committing himself to Thakur ji. Kind hearted Thakur ji wreck his issue and favor him with His awesome elegance how far he is.

Vrindavan is arranged on Delhi-Agra NH-2. the different transports keeps running between the Agra and Delhi. sanctuary is 7 km. far from National Highway. Getting to Temple is simple as there are visit rhythms and rickshaw accessible for the duration of the day. Mathura is only 12 km away. visit transports, rhythms and maneuvers keeps running amongst Mathura and Vrindavan.

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