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Mirabai Temple Vrindavan Address: Radha Damodar Temple, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, 281003, India

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Mirabai Temple Vrindavan Timings

Day Timing
Monday 7:30 am – 12:00 pm
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Tuesday 7:30 am – 12:00 pm
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Wedesday 7:30 am – 12:00 pm
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Thursday 7:30 am – 12:00 pm
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Friday 7:30 am – 12:00 pm
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Saturday 7:30 am – 12:00 pm
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sunday 7:30 am – 12:00 pm
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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Meerabai Temple is one of the most sacred places in Mathura-Vrindavan and is situated just off the road in a narrow street near Nidhivan at Vrindavan. It is a place where one can feel unconditional faith and love for the Lord Krishna.

This temple is the embodiment of Saint Meerabai’s belief and trust in Lord Krishna’s bhakti!!

Meerabai Temple is dedicated to Saint Meerabai who was an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna. The principal deity of this temple is Lord Krishna who is worshipped in the form of a ‘Shaligram Shila’, supposed to be the one worshipped by Meerabai herself.

History of Meerabai Temple

As per the legends, Saint Meerabai stayed at this very place while she was in Vrindavan from 1524 to 1539, after which she left for Dwarka where she merged into Lord Krishna’s idol at the RanChod Temple.

This temple was constructed by Rajdiwan of Bikaner, Thakur Ram Narain Bhatti in 1842 (Hindu Calendar : Vikram Samvat 1898) and has been taken care of by the descendants of the same family who hosted Meerabai way back in the 15th century.

Things to do at the Meerabai Temple

The temple is very simple in terms of architecture with Rajasthani influence. People come here to experience devotion, love and spirituality. Here devotees can feel Meerabai and Lord Krishna in their hearts. You can indulge in various activities:

1. Nidhi Van: You can visit Nidhi Van which is approximately 450 m from Meerabai Temple. It is regarded as one of the most important sites dedicated to the pastimes of Lord Krishna and Radha Rani. As per the popular belief, Nidhi Van still witnesses Raas Leela of Shri Krishna and Radha Rani along with the gopis during night time and therefore, no one is allowed to stay within the premises at night.

2. Shah Ji Temple: On your visit to Meerabai Temple, you must check out Shah Ji temple which was built by a wealthy merchant Shah Kundan in 1876. This white colored temple showcases artistic workmanship, one of the fascinating architectural features of the temple are 15 feet high spiral pillars. The principal deity of the temple is Lord Krishna and Radha ji, fondly called "Chote Radha Raman" owing to their petite appearance.

3. Tranquil Surroundings: Once you enter the blue and white courtyard of the Meerabai temple, you would be taken to the world filled with love, devotion, compassion and surrender. This modest yet serene building offers you peace of mind where one can spend some time in solitude.

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Meerabai Temple Timings and Entry Fee

There is no entry fee to visit the Meerabai Temple and it is open for devotees from 5.00 am to 1.00 pm in the morning hours. In the evening, the temple is open from 4.00 pm till 8.45 pm.

Best Time to Visit the Meerabai Temple

Owing to the extreme weather conditions prevailing in Mathura during summer as well as winters, the most favorable time to visit Meerabai Temple is from October to December and from February to April when the temperature is in moderate range.

How to reach the Meerabai Temple

Meerabai temple is located approximately 12 kms from Mathura at Vrindavan and is easily accessible by hiring a private taxi from top car rental companies in Mathura-Vrindavan or taking an auto rickshaw. If you are staying at Vrindavan, one can even take a cycle-rickshaw to reach the temple. The nearest airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi which is around 164 km from the temple and the closest railway station is Mathura Junction which is around 13 kms from Meerabai Temple.

Things to keep in mind while visiting Meerabai Temple

  • Maintain the sanctity and decorum in the temple premises.
  • Be watchful of the monkeys and do not offer any eatables to them. Carry your food and other belongings in a bag.
  • The approaching lanes are very narrow, so be cautious if driving a four wheeler.
  • Please refrain from littering the surroundings.

Vrindavan and Mathura are two of the most revered pilgrimages for all the Vaishnavites. Braj Bhoomi, being the birthplace of Lord Krishna holds a very special place in the hearts of all the devotees.

One must visit Meerabai Temple on the trip to Mathura-Vrindavan. This temple with its charming, fresh and unpretentious ambience is like a home for the devotees. Book a Mathura Vrindavan Tour package from Mathura-Vrindavan Tourism, a division of Holidays DNA to visit Meerabai Temple and other popular tourist attractions of Mathura & Vrindavan. Our packages are pocket friendly and easily customisable to provide a fun filled holiday experience for you and your family. Please fill the Contact Us form to know more.

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