Timings : Summer: 5:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Winter: 5:30 AM - 12:00 PM, 2:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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Shri Nand Bhawan in Gokul is the childhood home of Lord Krishna where he spent time with Balram, after his birth parents were captured by King Kansa. It is also known as Chaurasi Khamba Temple as it rests on 84 pillars. Nand Bhawan belonged to Nand Maharaj, the foster father of Lord Krishna. It was here that Sri Krishna and Balram's naming ceremony was conducted.
The Nand Bhawan is housed in a vast complex which is known for its architecture. comprises of a kitchen, store room, dining room and bedrooms. The Chaurasi Khamba Temple comprises of 84 steps which represents the 84000 species of life in the material world. The paintings and motifs of Lord Krishna adorn the walls of the temple while there are exquisite carvings on the stone pillars. There is a huge banyan tree in the courtyard where devotees tie colourful thread or ribbons. There is also a Maa Kaali temple under this tree.
Tips : Beware of guides and pandits asking for donation at the temple
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