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Radha Raman Temple Vrindavan Address: Panchayat Mandir Shri Radharaman ji Maharaj, Keshi Ghat, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, 281121, India

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Radha Raman Temple Vrindavan Timings

Day Timing
Monday 8:00 am – 12:30 pm
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am – 12:30 pm
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Wedesday 8:00 am – 12:30 pm
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 12:30 pm
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 12:30 pm
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am – 12:30 pm
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am – 12:30 pm
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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Radha Raman Temple Vrindavan Aarti Timings
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Mangal Aarti 4:00 am Mangal Aarti 5:30 am

If you find yourself amidst rich heritage and mesmerising temples, you are indeed standing on the land of Uttar Pradesh. It's a host to a plethora of crown jewels, making it a prominent tourist attraction. From Kashi Vishwanath to Raslila of Vrindavan, each temple town has a timeless effervescence glowing through its eternal aura. Indeed, you're in for a treat when you realise the brilliance behind these architectural marvels.

One such ethereal beauty, the Sri Radha Raman Temple, lies in the heart of Vrindavan.

About Sri Radha Raman Temple

The Sri Radha Raman Mandir is a Hindu shrine in Vrindavan, Mathura, India. It's dedicated to Lord Krishna as Radha Ramana', which means Srimati Radha's Sweetheart. It's one of the seven temples that Thakur of Vrindavan owns. Its utmost reverence comes from over lakhs of devotees around the globe, especially the Gaudiya Vaishnavism devotees.

#Trivia: You will witness an immortal flame still burning in its kitchen ever since the temple was constructed.

History of Sri Radha Raman Temple

Sri Radha Raman temple was founded over 500 years ago. Gopala Bhatta Gosvami, the founder of this temple, set foot in Vrindavana when he was 30.

Following the departure of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, Gopala Bhatta Gosvami felt an acute estrangement from the Lord. So, to alleviate his devotee's loneliness, the Lord appeared in Gopala Bhatta's dream and ordered him to go to Nepal to attain blessings.

Gopala Bhatta took a bath in Nepal's famed Kali-Gandaki River. To his surprise, numerous Shaligrama Shilas entered his water pot after dipping it in the river. He threw these shilas back into the river only to see them return as he replenished his water pot.

Gopala Bhatta Gosvami discovered a total of twelve such Shaligrama Shilas. Legend has it that a wealthy man once came to Vrindavan and donated various clothing and jewellery for Gopala Bhatta's Shaligramas. Gopala Bhatta, on the other hand, couldn't employ them for his round-shaped Shaligramas. Thus, he asked the donor to donate them to someone else. However, the donor refused, and Gopala Bhatta kept them with his Shilas.

After administering naivedya to his Shaligrama shilas on the day of Purnima, Gopala Bhatta laid them to rest in the evening, covering them with a wicker basket. Gopala Bhatta took a short nap late in the evening. He went to the Yamuna river in the early morning to bathe. When he returned from his bath, he revealed the Shaligramas to conduct puja, and among them was a Krishna Deity playing the flute. Only eleven shilas and a Deity remained.

The magnificent three-fold bending shape of tri-bhangananda Krishna had emerged as the "Damodara Shila."

As a result, the Lord fulfilled his desire and turned the stone into the murti of Sri Krishna. Thus, Radharamana's apparition story, as a narrative description of Krishna-bhakti, emphasises the divine-human relationship of love as the ontologically essential category of ultimate reality.

In this manner, Radha Raman emerged from a holy shaligram shila in the form of a deity. Devotees believe that this picture is alive and that he offers a chosen family the honour of aiding him in his everyday routine.

The male members of the Goswami households prepare the Prasad for Shri Radha Raman Ji in the temple kitchen. In addition, the Goswami households make a calendar in preparation for their own Seva (service) time, and they do Seva in accordance with it. Moreover, important family gatherings are held here, where disciples are invited, and rituals are performed.

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Architecture of Sri Radha Raman Temple

The Radha Raman Temple's architectural brilliance reflects the contemporary Hindu style of architecture. It contains an original Saligram stone statue with a magical grin on its face, which was self-manifested. The tremendous temple structure and its scenic beauty are augmented with a river's presence near its periphery. There is also a mausoleum of Gopala Bhatta Goswami within the complex.

There is a unique Unag vastra of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu preserved there.

Location of the Radha Raman Temple

The temple stands tall in the heart of the city near Panchayat Mandir Shri Radharaman Ji Maharaj in Keshi Ghat, Vrindavan.

Entry Fee and Visit Timings of Radha Raman Temple

The temple requires no entry fee. You can visit the location any day between 8:00 AM and 12:30 PM or 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM.

Best Time to Visit Radha Raman Temple

The best time to visit the Radha Raman temple is from October to mid-April when the mercury level is slightly low, and you can enjoy moving around the temple along with exploring a few local culinary delights.

Festivals at Radha Raman Temple

1. Ram Navami: Rama Navami falls in the month of Chaitra, which is March or April, to commemorate Lord Ramachandra's birth, also known as Brahmotsava. So you can regale in the beauty of the exquisitely decorated vistas and shimmering lights all around.

2. Chandan Yatra: During May and June, when the summer is prevalent, the deity of Radha Raman is entirely coated with Chandan, which is sandalwood paste, to offer relief from the unrelenting heat. The 21-day long Chandan Yatra also involves smaller deities.

3. Jhulan Yatra: At the start of the rainy season, the devotees celebrate a swing festival or Jhulan yatra by putting the tiny deities on a strong teakwood and gold plated swing in the temple courtyard.

4. Janmashtami: Devotees celebrate Lord Krishna's birthday from morning to night on this day. The temple is ornately adorned, and throngs of pilgrims come to see it. Sri Krishna's Maha Abhishek completes before midnight, followed by bhoga offering and aratika.

It is one of the grandest celebrations at the temple because of the love for Lord Krishna and his consort Radha.

How to Reach Radha Raman Temple

Nearest Railway Station: The Radha Raman Temple is about 2 kilometres from the Vrindavan train station from where visitors may start their temple-hopping.

Nearest Airport: Mathura-Vrindavan is accessible by the Delhi International Airport, which is the closest international airport. However, it is 147 kilometres away.

Visitors may get there using local transportation such as auto-rickshaws and buses. However, hiring a private cab from top car rental companies in Mathura-Vrindavan will enhance your experience like nothing else!

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