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Cities From Mahabharat: Then And Now

#8. Vrindavan

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Vrindavan is situated at around 10 kilometers from Mathura. It is situated in the northern condition of Uttar Pradesh. The name of the place is such in light of the fact that according to the legends Vrinda (the mother of Lord Krishna) watched an awesome repentance to achieve Krishna. Ruler Krishna is even said to have played rasleela with the gopis at this place. Vrindavan is home to numerous sanctuaries that are fantastic in style and structure. A considerable measure of enthusiasts run here to offer their regards to Lord Krishna. Be that as it may, just two sorts of pujas or ceremonies are performed here; shringar (ornamentation) on Sharad Poornima and a maha aarti on Janmashtami. What’s more, these two pujas are an incredible sight for all Krishna enthusiasts!