History of Prem Mandir Vrindavan.

Story of prem mandir vrindavan:

Prem Mandir is situated in Vrindavan of Mathura district in Uttar Pradesh. This temple was built by Jagatguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj.



Kripaluji Maharaj laid the foundation of this temple on 14 January 2001. And this temple was completed on February 17, 2012.


This temple is about 54 acres. The height of this temple is about 125 feet in length, 122 feet and width is 115 feet. Italian Carrage marble has been used in the construction of this temple. This temple was composed by nearly 1000 artisans from Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.


At the lower floor of the temple there is a temple of Radha Krishna. And on the second floor there is a temple of mata Sita Lord Ram. The statue of Lord Shri Krishna and Radha are depicted on the outer walls of this temple.

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In this temple, beautiful images seen of Radha Krishna, Shri Govardhan mountain, Kaliya Nag sanhar and Jhulan Leela have been made in a garden.


Images of Radha Krishna:

The recognition of this temple is associated with Shri Krishna and Radha. This temple realizes divine love through architecture. This temple is open to people of all castes, nations and religions. The walls of this entire temple have been shielded from the statue of Radha Krishna. 


This temple has 94 columns, which is decorated with various images of Radha Krishna.

Radha Krishna Song:

Radha Krishna's song has been written in simple language on the walls of marble. 


Prem Mandir Vrindavan temple lighting:

There are many types of lighting in this temple, so this temple changes many types of colors. 

Temple open Time:

The opening hours of this temple are from 5:30 AM to 8:30 PM. People of all religions can enter this temple.


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