Garden Area of Prem Mandir – Vrindavan

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 Prem Mandir Vrindavan

Prem Mandir is situated in Raman Reti in the holy land of Shri Vrindavan; the divine abode of Shri Radha Krishana’s loving pastimes. This temple is an outstanding monument in terms of its unique architecture beauty and grandeur. It is adjacent to ISKCON temple and on the Chhatikara Road. A few important facts regarding the temple are listed below.

  • Foundation laid on 14th January 2001.
  • Inaugurated on 17th February 2012.
  • Temple situated on sprawling 12 acre of land.
  • Well-arranged gardens, fountains and dioramas.
  • The combined efforts of approximately 1000 artisans and thousands of labourers who worked tirelessly for 11 years to complete this Temple.
  • Constructed of 30,000 tons of Italian karara marble.
  • 125 feet high, 122 feet long and 115 feet wide.
  • Majestically standing on 150 artistically carved pillars.
  •  Decorated with 9 beautifully engraved domes.
  • Resplendent with 17 golden coloured pitchers (Kalash) and a grand flag mast at the top.
  • Built on the basis of Nagaradi architecture.

17 thoughts on “Garden Area of Prem Mandir – Vrindavan

    v4vikey responded:
    January 23, 2016 at 10:25

    Reblogged this on Wallpaper Tadka.


    June 13, 2015 at 22:13



    anotherday2paradise said:
    December 22, 2013 at 02:41

    So beautiful! 🙂


    Anil Cm said:
    December 21, 2013 at 21:04

    These are nice shots during day time but night shots are not that clear.


    afsheenanjum said:
    December 21, 2013 at 18:31



    theworldoutsidethewindow said:
    December 21, 2013 at 14:49

    Beautiful, makes me yearn to visit.


    sueslaght said:
    December 21, 2013 at 13:27

    What does the snake statue represent? Frightening!


      v4vikey responded:
      December 21, 2013 at 19:05

      Once Krishna and herdboys were playing ball, and while playing Krishna climbed up the Kadamba tree and hung over the river bank, the ball fell into the river and Krishna jumped after it. Kāliya rose up with his hundred and ten hoods vomiting poison and wrapped himself around Krishna’s body. Krishna became so huge that Kāliya had to release him. So Krishna saved himself from every attack, and when he saw the Brij folk were so much afraid he suddenly sprang into Kāliya’s head and assumed the weight of the whole universe, and danced on the naga’s heads, beating time with his feet. Then Kāliya began to die. But then the naga’s wives came and prayed to Krishna with joined palms, worshipping Krishna and praying for their husband.
      Kāliya, recognizing the greatness of Krishna, surrendered, promising he would not harass anybody. So Krishna pardoned him and then let him go free to leave the river and go to Ramanaka Dwipa. Some identify it as Fiji.


    evilnymphstuff said:
    December 21, 2013 at 13:13

    Wow that’s beautiful!


    trevorbrightman said:
    December 21, 2013 at 09:53

    nice colors!


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