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Being a town in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, Vrindavan or Brindavan is considered to be a holy place where Lord Krishna spent all his childhood days. This town is just 11 kms from the city of Mathura which is the birthplace of Lord Krishna and is located on the Agra-Delhi highway.

Best Time to Visit Vrindavan

The best months to visit Vrindavan are between the months of November to February with the average temperature being around 20 degrees Celsius during these months. The weather is quite cool and ideal for sightseeing. The summers can become extremely hot and humid and are best avoided. The Agra airport is the nearest airport to Vrindavan which is located 67 kilometres away while the Mathura Railway Station is a major station in the nation and is just 15 kilometres away.

Places to Visit in Vrindavan

Considered to be an extremely holy place for Vaishnavism, Vrindavan is a major centre for Lord Krishna devotees and is home to famous areas such as Gokul and Govardhan which are closely associated with the wonders of Lord Krishna. The Madan Mohan Temple is one of the oldest ones in the town and is well-maintained at all times. The Meera Bai Temple, Garud Govind Temple, Banke Bihari Temple and Prem Mandir are other popular temples here which are visited by several devotees all year round. Apart from the temples, you can also visit Seva Kunj, Raj Ghat, Kusum Sarovar, Kesi Ghat, Imli Tal, Kaliya Ghat and Raman Reti which are all popular tourist attractions in Vrindavan. You must make sure that you select a good place to stay in from the several Vrindavan hotels which can be booked online prior to your travel.

OYO Rooms: Hotels in Vrindavan

When booking a room for yourself in a new city, the main criteria’s that you consider are good location, affordability and comfort. OYO Rooms offer all this and much more and this is why there are the number one choice of travellers who wish to make their trip a splendid one. With an array of hotels near Vrindavan to choose from, you will never find it difficult to book a room for yourself here.Religious people who are looking forward to visit most of the famous temples in the town can book an OYO Room near the Fogla Ashram, Gopalgarh Tehra Road, Atalla Chungi Road and Banke Bihari Colony. Parking space and complimentary breakfast is available in all these rooms while the rooms in Gopalgarh Tehra Road also offer laundry services and gym facility to the guests. All these areas are in close proximity to famous holy places such as Banke Bihari Temple, Radha Vallabh Temple, Radha raman Mandir, Sri Ranganath Temple and Sneh Bihari Temple allowing you to cover most of them in a single day. Moreover, tourist attractions such as Rangji ka Bageecha, banks of Yamuna River and Ramakrishna Math can also be reached within a few minutes’ drive from these hotels in Vrindavan.Leisure travellers who wish to explore the city slowly while also enjoying some privacy must opt for the OYO Premium Rooms on Sunrakh Road and near Prem Mandir. It offers several amenities such parking space and complimentary breakfast and a large swimming pool to relax in. With the Prem Mandir and ISKCON Vrindavan being located closely, you can visit these places any time you want. You must choose the best budget hotel in Vrindavan to ensure that you get a good deal on your accommodation thereby saving a good amount of money. Just book your OYO Room and hotel in Vrindavan without delay and have a splendid trip ahead!All of these hotels offer parking and laundry services along with complimentary breakfast with some of them also having a large swimming pool in them.So have you booked your OYO Rooms in Ranthambore yet?

Events in Vrindavan


: August
With most parts of our childhood filled with tales of Krishna and his mischievousness from our beloved grandmothers who would hum devotional songs with much delight to us. Lord Krishna has always been the hero of Hindus, being the most revered god who holds a special place in all our hearts. Every year Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated in India in the Shravana(August) month of Hindu calendar with devotees fasting during the day and staying up until midnight to offer prayers all the while feeding themselves fruits, dhaniya panjiri (crushed coriander mixed with ghee and nuts) and a concoct of curd, ghee (clarified butter) and honey which is considered auspicious. Vrindavan is the place where Krishna grew up and Mathura is where he was born – in both the places Janmashtami is considered one of the main festivals. These two holy towns get started with celebrations a week before the actual day with various plays and rasleelas organized, dramatic enactments depicting the life of Lord Krishna which is truly a spectacle to watch, dance performances depicting India’s rich culture and so forth are organized. Bankey Bihari temple which is situated in Vrindavan, sees a lot of foreigner and Indian devotees who come to offer prayers and sing devotional songs. With the nearest airport and rail head being Kheria Air Force Station, Agra and Mathura (MTJ) respectively, we at OYO have done our bit to make your trip to this glorious occasion a memory that would last a lifetime. This Janmashtami welcome Lord Krishna with zest and unparalled devotion. OYO wishes a Shubh Janmashtami to you all – Jai Govinda!
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Questions and Answers

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What is a good time to visit Vrindavan city?
Unlike some destinations, Vrindavan doesn't have a clear ‘peak time or season.' This is because each season offers plenty of reasons to visit the land of Lord Krishna. But if your purpose is to indulge in the spiritual serenity, you should visit Vrindavan from November through March. The festivities during this time are on full swing and the weather is pleasant with the temperature hovering between 12°C - 25°C. Avoid visiting Vrindavan during hot summer and wintry days as the temperature can spike up to 45°C in summers or drop to around 5°C in winters.
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Which are the must-visit places in Vrindavan?
Besides visiting the famous temples in Vrindavan such as Banke Bihari Temple, Sri Gopesvara Mahadeva Mandir, Radaramana Temple, and Madan Mohan Temple to name a few, there are also fun things to do in the city. If you have an aesthetic eye for handicrafts, antique showpieces, and rustic wood crafts, you shouldn’t miss the shopping at Loi Bazaar. Vrindavan is also famous for architectural brilliance. One such place is the Pagal Baba Temple – a modern 11-story architectural attraction in the city.
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Is the Vrindavan city covered by the metro/bus network? What is the best way to travel across the city?
The prime means of transport in Vrindavan are bus services, on-hire Taxis, rickshaws, autos Tonga, and Ghoda Gadi (horse cart). Vrindavan has neither metro nor local train services. However, the nearest place Mathura has train services to major cities of the country. Though there are several buses from the Old Bus Stand to and fro, cycle rickshaws and auto rickshaws are great to explore the nooks and corners of the city. Their fair is quite reasonable.
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What are the ancient places on Mathura-Vrindavan Road?
If you're travelling to Vrindavan via Mathura route, then, you should visit these ancient places, too. Some of them include: Nandbhavan – the opulent house of Lord Krishna’s foster father, Nandji; Kokilavan Dham – Lord Shani Dev’s temple; Brahmand Ghat – the legendary place where little Krishna revealed the entire universe in his mouth; Raman Reti – a sandy place with a deer sanctuary, temples, and Karshni Ashram; and Barsana – A Vaishnava pilgrimage center with many temples and divine lakes.
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What are the famous ghats in Vrindavan?
Kesi ghat on the bank of Yamuna is a must-see place. Legend says Lord Krishna took his bath at this Ghat after killing demon Kesi (hence the name). Sri Kalia daman ghat – You can see the legendary Kadam tree from which Krishna jumped in the Yamuna to kill Kalia (the snake) on this ghat. Sri Bhramar ghat – Named after the charm of bumble bees present. Sri cheer ghat - This was the place where Krishna stole gopi’s clothes.
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Is Nidhivan open for visitors?
It is believed that Lord Krishna visits Nidhivan every night to conduct Ras Leela. Visitors (including the priests) aren’t allowed after 7 pm Aarti in Nidhivan. In fact, the locals say that even the birds and animals leave the premises of Nidhivan during the time. Myth or Reality, it is indeed a mysterious place to visit.
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What are the famous monuments?
The famous monuments one shouldn’t miss to visit while in the Holy city is Kusuma Sarovara which is a whopping 460-feet long lake. A historically important extension of it is Radha Kunda – the place from where gopi’s picked flowers for Krishna. Other monuments that are definitely worth the visit are Manasi Ganga Kunda – one bathe in Manasi Ganga is believed to be holier than the bath in the Ganges and the famous 25 Tirthas (Ghats) – these are the 25 holier bathing places in and around Mathura.
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can you provide me the information to book hotel shubham majesty vrindavan
Hotel Shubham Majesty 008 has partnered with OYO Rooms to become OYO Rooms 008 Banke Bihari Mandir. OYO Rooms Banke Bihari Mandir offers the best of convenience, safety, hospitality and affordability. To book hotel kindly visit this link :
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help me with mini fridge, hotel in mathura vrindavan
With OYO, you can keep your drinks and other stuff just under the right temperature well surprisingly OYO offers the facility of a Mini-Fridge in some of the hotels. To keep your bottles sustained click the 'Mini Fridge' option under the Hotel Amenities filter on the left panel of the page.
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