Mathura the land of Shri Krishna an awesome place to visit with family and friends. One can get a whole new experience of traditional culture if can manage to visit the city at the time of Holi.
Alt (Read More)hough the citi is not so clean but it's a holy place, once you are there you will feel the spiritual invocation
Online Kirana Traders Pvt Ltd
3 years ago
If you want to tour Mathura, you should keep 7 to 15 days to Visit. Mathura, Goverdhan, Vrindavan and Barsana takes 2 days atleast. Other places like Baldev, Gokul, Nandgaon takes one day.
on Dauji Mandir 2 years ago
This is best place to visit near by Holi festival. Which is celebrate with full swing. you can visit anytime. This is private temple. Where Pandey Society serve the statue. Best Time to visit - March (Read More) (Holi), August- September,
Surbhi Parashar Parashar
3 years ago
Devotees throng here to experience the pious beginnings of the Hindu God. The city has numerous small and big temples along with 25 ghats on the river Yamuna where people taking a dip in the evenings (Read More) would not be an unusual phenomenon. Mathura was also once a Buddhist centre with around 20 monasteries, however, continuous attacks by Afghans and Mughals left the city in ruins. Most of the ruins are now preserved in the archaeological museums. Major attractions here are religious in nature and include certain sites in relation to Lord Krishna and his parents. Mathura attracts thousands of pilgrims especially on the occasion of Janmashtami (Krishna's birthday) in August or September and during Holi in March as Barsana's (a village in Mathura) Holi is famous worldwide. A trip to Mathura is typically coupled with a visit to Vrindavan, another town in Mathura district, where Krishna spent his childhood days.
on Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple Complex 3 years ago
THE BEST PILIGRIMAGE CENTRE each &every can visit. Peaceful place.
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Mathura is a laid back temple town that offers you a very peaceful experience. You can go during Ganga Dussehra, in May, or Buddha Purnima. Both times see some very beautiful activities at the Ghats (Read More)of Mathura. Visiting during February-March, for the Holi celebrations at Nandgaon, Barsana and Mathura, is a different experience altogether. Holika Dahan here is also a great attraction in Mathura.