Madan Mohan Temple Vrindavan

Madan Mohan Temple is Located near the Kali Ghat in Vrindavan, Madan Mohan Temple dedicated to Sri Krishna is believed to be the oldest existing temple in Vrindavan that stands 18.288 metres tall

The Madan Mohan Temple was positioned on top of a 50 feet hill known as Aditya Tila. It opened its doors for the devotees' way back in 1580. Till today it is visited by a large number of devotees even though unfortunately the deity that is now worshipped here is not the original one. It is just a replica of the original which was transferred from Vrindavan to a place called Karoli located to the south east of Jaipur in Rajasthan. This was done in the year 1670 to protect it from the invasions of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. At the foothills, there is yet another Madan Mohan Temple that is far newer and is believed to have been built by Sri Nand Kumar Bose of Bengal. Here too Madan Mohan deities are worshipped. Description of the Madan Mohan Temple Vrindavan.

The Madan Mohan Temple is a fine old temple in Uttar Pradesh, India. It is old but nonetheless very impressive. It stands at a height of 60 foot. On one side of the temple is the Bhajan Kuthir of Sanatana Goswami and his Samadhi is at the back of the temple. The Grantha Samagra containing some original manuscripts of the Goswamis is also in the vicinity of the temple. One's mind is sure to be filled with a certain serene calm after visiting the temple and offering prayers. Book A tour Package to Madan Mohan Temple Vrindavan .