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Mathura Tirth Kshetra



Mathura Tirth Kshetra


Mathura, Uttar Pradesh

Mathura is a special pilgrimage area for Hindus. This holy place is on the banks of river Yamuna and is very important because Lord Krishna was born here and has great importance in the Hindu religion. Devotees have a special attachment to the Mathura pilgrimage region as it is full of temples and holy sites that remind them of the life stories of Lord Krishna. Devotees find themselves satisfied just by visiting a holy place like Mathura. By visiting this holy city of Radha-Krishna and having the darshan of Lord Shri Krishna, all the troubles from the life of the devotees are destroyed, and sweetness in marital life comes due to the blessings of Lord Radha Krishna and happiness, peace, and prosperity reside in the family. The Yamuna River flowing in the Mathura pilgrimage area is considered very sacred in Hinduism. According to religious beliefs, just by taking a dip in its holy water, the soul of the devotees becomes clean and pure. Bathing and donating on the bank of the holy Yamuna river during Janmashtami, Radha Jayanti, and Govardhan Puja is considered extremely auspicious. By worshiping and serving Lord Radha-Krishna in this holy pilgrimage area, all the wishes of the devotees are fulfilled.

Mythological History:

Mathura is the birthplace of Lord Krishna and an ancient city of India. However, the evidence of this city obtained through excavation is from the Kushan period. According to mythology, the capital of Shursena country was here. In mythological literature, Mathura has been addressed by many names like - Shursen Nagari, Madhupuri, Madhunagari, Madhura etc. That part of India which lies between the Himalayas and Vindhyachal, was called Aryavarta in ancient times. It is situated on the banks of the Yamuna River.

In Valmiki Ramayana, Mathura has been called Madhupur, or the city of Madhudanava, and is described as the capital of Lavanasura. In this context, this city has been described as inhabited by Madhudaitya. Lavanasura, whom Shatrughan defeated and killed in the war, was the son of this Madhudanava. This indicates that Madhupuri or Mathura was established during the Ramayana period. Ramayana describes the prosperity of this city. This city was also decorated by Lavanasura.

Places to Visit in Mathura Tirth Kshetra:

Krishna birthplace: Krishna Janmasthan Temple Complex is a group of Hindu temples located in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India. According to Hindu traditions, Krishna was born to Devaki and Vasudeva in a prison cell, where his maternal uncle Kansa, the king of Mathura, had imprisoned him because of the prediction of his death by Devaki's child. According to tradition, a temple dedicated to Krishna was built at the birthplace of his grandson Vajranabha. The present site is known as Krishna Janmasthan.

Dwarkadhish Temple: “Dwarkadhish Temple” is one of the most sacred temples of Mathura and Uttar Pradesh which is known by famous names like “Temple of Dwarkadhish”, “Dwarkadhish Jagat Temple” and “King of Dwarkadhish”. “Dwarkadhish Temple” dedicated to Lord Krishna was built in 1814 by a Krishna devotee. Dwarkadhish Jagat Temple is relatively new among other temples, But it is also highly revered, where thousands of devotees come every day to have darshan of Dwarkadhish. Dwarkadhish Temple is famous across the country for its elaborate architecture and paintings that depict various aspects of the life of the Lord. Dwarkadhish Temple is also known for its amazing Jhula Utsav celebrating the onset of monsoon which is witnessed by thousands of devotees and tourists.

Banke Bihari: Banke Bihari Temple is located on Raman Reti in Vrindavan Dham in Mathura district in India. It is one of the ancient and famous temples of India. Banke Bihari is a form of Krishna which is displayed in it. It was constructed by Swami Haridas in 1864.Shridham Vrindavan, this is such a holy land, on the mere visit of which all sins are destroyed. After all, there would be such a person who would not want to come to this holy land and would not like to satisfy himself by having darshan of Shri Banke Bihari ji. This temple is situated in a beautiful area of ??Shri Vrindavan Dham.

Gopeshwar Nath: Gopeshwar Mahadev Temple is a temple located in a place called Vrindavan in the Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh state of India. Which is known as Gopeshwar Mahadev Temple, and this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. In this temple we get to see the female form of Lord Shiva, it is said that the Shivalinga in this temple was established by the great-grandson of Shri Krishna, and the reason behind the construction of this temple and the female form of Lord Shiva in this temple. There is a history.


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