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Prem Mandir in Night–Last Photo of Collection

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Prem Mandir in Night

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Marble Work In Prem Mandir Vrindavan

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Prem Mandir Vrindavan

Yes, this temple is must visit temple, even if you want miss other temple from Vrindavan and mathura. This is new temple and maintained at best and that too without any entry free. Its situated on a huge 54-acre site. 30,000 tons of Italian marble, carved with specialized KUKA robotic machines, have been used in the construction. The length of the temple is 122 feet and the width is 115 feet. It is a massive marble structure with three feet thick walls, all pure marble and the presiding deity will be Radha Krishna. The cost to built this temple was 150 crore rupees ($23 million). It has other structures like govardhan parvat, rasleela , kaliya mardan etc simply amazing. Visit on weekdays if you want avoid rush/crowd. From inside its so beautiful I cannot explain in words, you have to visit to experience it.

Internal Decoration of Prem Mandir Vrindavan

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Internal Decoration of Prem mandir

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Prem Mandir Vrindavan

This is the best divine place to sped your time in Vrindavan. The intricate work and the design of mandir is one of best in world. The Krishna leela showcased at periphery of temple is amazing. The inside architecture and pictures, deities are worth watching. Shree Maharajji has gifted us so divine and precious for our generations to do Bhakti and Seva.

Prem Mandir Vrindavan Inside View

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Prem mandir – Inside View

Prem Mandir Vrindavan

Visiting Prem mandir is like u r going to GOLOK of lord Krishna……. amazing place on earth
it make u feel proud , speechless , no words can describe this divine temple
in last … thank u so much “JAGADGURU KRIPALU JI MAHARAJ” for giving this divine gift to people of all world.

Radha Krishna Statues in Prem Mandir Vrindavan

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Radha Krishna Statues

 Prem Mandir Vrindavan

This monument to God’s love, Prem Mandir, is an elaborately carved, white marble wonder. Each stone of the temple has been hand carved by the hundreds of temple artisans, who have been working on this project since 2001.

Inside of Govinda Dev Temple Vrindavan

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Govinda Dev Temple

Govinda Dev Temple was a grand seven-story structure, with an altar of marble, silver and gold. Architecturally this temple is one of the finest in North India. A sculptured lotus flower weighing several tons decorates the main hall ceiling. It was built in 1590 by Raja Man Singh from Jaipur, a general in Akbar’s army, who was inspired to do it after meeting Rupa Gosvami. It was said to have cost ten million rupees and several thousand men were working for five full years to complete it. Akbar himself had donated the red sandstone for its construction. In 1670, during the rule of a later Mughal king, Aurangzeb, it was plundered and destroyed leaving only three stories of the original temple. During this attack, when few stories remained, all of a sudden the ground began to shake violently and Aurangzeb’s men were terrified and ran for their lives, never to return.

Temple is now empty and the replica of Govindaji is worshiped in the new Govindaji Mandir (located behind the original temple). The original Govindaji is worshiped in Jaipur.

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Govind Dev (Govindaji) Temple – Vrindavan

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Govind Dev (Govindaji) Temple

Govind Dev (Govindaji) Temple was once a magnificent seven storeyed structure built in the form of a Greek cross. It is said that the Emperor Akbar donated some of the red sandstone that had been brought for the Red Fort at Agra, for the construction of this temple. Built at the astronomical cost of one crore rupees in 1590 by his general Raja Man Singh, the temple combines western, Hindu and Muslim architectural elements in its structure. It was destroyed by Mughal ruler Aurangzeb.