Sri Radhavallabh Vrindavan Temple

Sri Radhavallabh Vrindavan Temple

Sri Radhavallabh Vrindavan Temple
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Bhavin Modha
Vadodara, India37 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023 • Family
If you you are visiting Vrundavan, must visit for all Shri Krishna devotee. Visit during evening Aarti time. What a spiritual vibes you get. It's in close proximity to another beautiful temple, Prem Mandir. Have Khichadi Prasadam, very Satvik!!
Written 22 January 2023
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Rajesh k
New Delhi, India534 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Friends
This is a temple dedicated to Lord Krishna who is worshipped as Radha Vallabh which means Radha's companion. The temple has an idol of Krishna with a crown besides it. The crown represents Radha rani. The temple was built in 16th Century in red sand stone. It's a beautiful temple worth a visit.
Written 28 April 2017
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Ankit Mathur
New Delhi, India87 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2014 • Family
I went there on 12th Feb 2014 via Yamuna Expressway. A new road has been constructed recently from Yamuna Expressway to Vrindavan which has cut short the journey by about 8-10 Km. The Exit to vrindavan is about 11 Km from Mathura toll point.

As i have mentioned in my other reviews about Vrindavan,

Firstly, one needs to take care of their belongings due to the "MONKEY MENACE" there so keep all your valuables hidden and even your spectacles should be kept inside till you enter the temple as monkeys tend to snatch it too.

Secondly, the roads are narrow and there is sanitation problem there too, so park your vehicle at the taxi stand and take rickshaw from there to all the temples for about Rs 10-15 /-.

Now about Shri Radha Vallabh temple. Its a very Nice temple. Except for the narrow roads and monkey menace it is very easy to find this temple as it is very near to banke bihari temple.
Written 15 February 2014
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Reshmi C
5 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2015 • Family
I personally experienced that some touts trained monkeys to snatch away your belongings mainly and specially spectacles. Immediately a man will come and ask for money to bring back the snatched spectacle from that monkey .You can even see monkeys coming around near madhuvan to check for specs only. Being religious i felt it a great crime training innocent animals to loot pilgrims on such holy land ! Shameful ! May lord Krishna show them right track !
Written 27 December 2015
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Nishit S
Mumbai, India47 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Family
We visited this temple last week. The feeling to be there was really amazing.
The temple was very crowded however its surely worth a visit.
The way to enter inside the temple was not the best but its like any other old pilgrims. Make sure to choose you day of visit as this could be really busy on certain days and may not be suitable for people with disabilities.
Written 14 February 2015
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Rajnish P
Jaipur, India2,500 contributions
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Sept 2013 • Couples
This temple in Vrindavan is situated very close to Sri Banke Bihariji Temple. Here Puja is performed by 'Goswamis' of Vallabh Sampraday. Idol of Radha Vallabh Lal and Sawari are worshiped by Dhoop Aarti, Mangala Aarti, and Sringaar Aarti.

The main Grand Festival of Shri RadhaVallabh Temple is the eleven day long Festivities on birth anniversary of Harivansh Chandra Mahaprabhu, founder of the Vallabh Sampraday.
Another main Grand Festival of RadhaVallabh Temple is Nine-Day long Shri Radha Ashtami Festival, commemorating the birthday of Radhika Ji.

Annual Festivities at RadhaVallabh Temple are celebrated with the same dedication, devotion and dignity as Grand Festivities, and some of them are unparallel, such as Holy, Krishna Janmashtmi, Sanjhi, Deepawali, Annakoot and ailed festivals.
Traditional Floral Art is witnessed during four months of summer to please the Deity and keep them cool, pleasant, and safe from the dry hot summer spells. These are known as Phool Bungalows.

Annual festivities also include birth anniversaries of Lord Ram on Ram Navami, and of Lord Krishna on Krishna Janmashtmi.

On the 13th day of bright fortnight of Kartik, the devotees celebrate Patotsava (Crowning) of Shri RadhaVallabh Lal Ji. It was on this day that the Deity came to VRINDAVAN.

On Line Seva is available on www.radhavallabhmandir.com. They can be contacted on phone number +91 - 565 - 2442857
Written 18 September 2013
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DelhiSun
delhi21 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2013 • Friends
it was a great experience to have another darshan of radha rani in one of the oldest temple in vrindavan & to have a bathed in water fountain was another experience all together.
Written 22 May 2013
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Colonel Anupam Purohit
Hyderabad District, India15 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2013 • Couples
As an ardent follower of Shri Radha Vallabh Sampraday for last three generations,this holy temple is where I find utmost tranquillity and peace of of mind.
This one of the oldest temple in Vrindavan.Adjacent to it,is the ancient Temple of Goswami Hit Harivansh Mahaprabhu,the Founder of this Sect. This Temple is on the List of Archaeological Survey Of India's Protected Sites.

Well located in the heart of the Town,less than a kilometre away from Shri Bihariji Temple,a must visit place,preferably at SANDHYA AARTI in the evening.
Written 10 October 2013
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S agarwal
Bengaluru, India236 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Family
this temple is walk able distance from Banke bihari temple,very popular old temple people also visit this. request to sit inside for closer darshan & also meet Mohit ji the chieh priest..
Written 30 March 2015
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ASHOKBhatinda
BHATINDA3 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2013 • Couples
We went to hv DARSHAN on 5th Nov. Suroundings were bad with excessive rush of pilgrims. To hv better view of the DEITIES, preferred to hv VIP TICKETS. Unfortuately, due to excessive tourists, we were not able to offer our prayers & for almosts two hours, jostled in the public. No security/system was visible. Streets were blocked by hawkers, no que for devotees, pushing was visible with fittest going ahead but were not able to hv view of DEITIES. Finally, we offered prayers from the far away entrance n sought FORGIVENESS from DEITIES.
Written 20 November 2013
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