Radhavallabh Temple in Vrindavan Uttar Pradesh

Here is Some Information about Radhavallabh Temple in Vrindavan Uttar Pradesh  India.


Location: Vrindavan Mathura in UP 
Built in: 1626
Built By:Sundara Das
Dedicated to: Lord Krishna,Radha
Entry: Free
Photography: Allow
Temple Timing: 6:00 Am to 9:00 Pm
Significance: One of the most temple
Visiting Timing: 1 to 2 Hour
Phone: +91-9837091075
Best time to Visit: November and March
Official Website: www.radhavallabhmandir.com
Nearest Railway Station: Mathura
Nearest Air Port:  Agra (73 Km)

The Radhavallabh Temple is Lacated in Vrindavan Mathura in Uttar Pradesh.The Temple is Dedicated to Lord Krishna and Goddesh Radhaji.Sri Radhavallabh Vrindavan Temple is one of the thousands of temples of Vrindavan, 14 km away from Mathura.Vrindavan is the place where the Lord Krishna spent his childhood days and this temple is the symbol of Radha's love towards Krishna. The Radhavallabh sect had constructed this temple with the blessings of Sri Hith Harivansh Mahaprabhu in 16th century. In Radhavallabh Sampradaya, Radha is preferred over Krishna in terms of prayers and offerings.
The Temple is constructed in red sand stone using a fusion of Indian and Islamic styles. There is no idol of Radha, but only a crown placed next to Lord Krishna. 'Giri Raja sila' a piece of legendary 'Govardhan Hill' is seen in the courtyard.The temple is open from 5 AM to 12.00 PM and again from 6 PM to 9 PM daily. Best time to visit Radhavallabh Vrindavan Temple is between November and March. The temple is easily accessible by foot or by rickshaw.
History of  Radhavallabh Temple

This temple was constructed for Radha Ballabha around 1626 by a Bengali devotee named Sundara Das, who was the disciple of Braja Chand, Sri Hit Harivamsa’s son. The soldiers of Aurangzeb desecrated this temple in 1670. The present temple, which is adjacent to the old one, is where the Deity is now worshiped. This temple was completed in 1871-72.
The Deity of Radha-Ballabha was taken for a while to the town of Kaman, and returned in 1784. This is one of the more popular temples in Vrindavana. There is no Deity of Radharani in this temple. A crown is placed on the altar and this is used for Radha’s worship. First oblations are offered to Radha and then to Krishna. Garments are also first offered to Radha and then to Krishna.
How to Reach  Radhavallabh Temple 

By Road :  The Vrindavan is well connected mejar cities and many public transport to reach Radhavallabh Temple in Vrindavan Uttar Pradesh.

By Rail : The Nearest Railway station is Mathura  Junction 11 Km.

By Air: The Nearest Airport is Agra Airport (73 Km).

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