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Madan Mohan Temple, also known as Sri Radha Madana Mohan Temple, is the oldest temple in Vrindavan. Located close to Kaliya Ghat, on Dwadashaditya hill overlooking Yamuna River, it is 50ft high. It is believed that Lord Krishna rested at this site after conquering Kaliya Naag. Radha and Lalita Sakhi are worshipped here along with Madana Mohan (Sri Krishna). The view of Vrindavan from the temple is stunning.
Madan Mohan Temple is believed to be originally built by great-grandson of Lord Krishna - Vajranabh. Despite being so old, the architecture depicts exquisite craftsmanship. While the central tower houses idols of Radha, Krishna and Lalita Sakhi, the right tower houses the bhajan kutir and samadhi (cenotaph) of Sri Sanatana Goswami. The left tower remains closed. The Advaita Vat is also housed inside Madan Mohan Temple. It is the oldest banyan tree in Vrindavan.
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