Tags : Temple
Timings : 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Mangla Aarti: 5:00 AM in Summers, 6:00 AM in Winters
Time Required : 1-2 hrs
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Situated between Keshi Ghat and Radha Raman Temple in Vrindavan, Radha Gokulananda Temple was created by Lokanath Goswami and contains idols of Radha Vinoda, Radha Gokulananda and Lord Chaitanya. Although the temple has no elaborate structure, it still holds great significance amongst Hindus and Lord Krishna devotees. For god-lovers, it is a perfect place to be as the eternal chants of aarti and immense purity fills the atmosphere and one can feel the calmness around.
The Radha Gokulnanda temple houses a Govardhana-shila that was given by Lord Chaitanya to Raghunath Dasa Gosvami. This shila bears the thumbprint of Lord Caitanya. Originally, there was no Deity of Radharani in this temple. Jahnava Devi had a deity of Radha made in Jagannatha Puri and installed it next to Radha-Vinoda. This original deity of Radha-Vinoda is now being worshipped in Jaipur.