- Get a chance to learn more about Lord Krishna through his birth place, Mathura.
- Darshan at Banke Bihari Temple VrindavanChandrodayaMandir,SriRadha Raman Mandir,PremMandir and ISKCON temple.
Day 1: Delhi - Mathura
Your trip begins from Delhi, which is not that far as it takes around 3 hours to reach. The place carries historic and religious significance in and around, there are plenty of holy sites to start off from. The temples are in abundance and your visitation will be mostly to them. The Dwarkadish temple holds an interesting architecture in the area; there is another small town called the RadhaKund; The Gita Mandir is called so because the whole of Gita (the sacred book of the Hindus) has been inscribed on the walls of the temple; Sri Krishna Janma Bhumi is another site to visit, it is the place where Lord Krishna was born; and also Lord Krishna’s rest place after his triumph over the tyrant Kansa is the VishramGhat. You can visit other temples too, keeping in mind the time limit. After a long day of full exploration, you can go to the hotel to retire.
Day 2: Mathura - Vrindavan
Next day, you leave for Vrindraven, a nearby town after breakfast. It is in Vrindavan, that Lord Krishna spent his childhood days and his stories of eternal love for Radha grew here. There are numerous temples dedicated to Radha-Krishna love events. The Banke Bihari Temple is a popular shrine among the believers. There is an old temple called the Madan Mohan Temple. Other temples are the PremMandir, ISKCON temple, VrindavanChandrodayaMandir, Sri Radha Raman Mandir and more. After a long day, you return to the hotel and take a rest.
Day 3: Mathura - Delhi
This morning, after a hearty breakfast you head back to Delhi. The trip has come to an end but the fond memory of the place remains.