Nandbhavan Chaurasi Khambha Mandir
About temple:
  • Nandbhavan Temple is a significant Hindu temple located in Gokul, a town near Mathura in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. The temple is also called Chaurasi Khamba temple because the temple rests on 84 pillars, This town holds immense religious importance as it is believed to be the legendary home of Nanda Maharaj, the father of Lord Krishna.
  • The architecture of Nandbhavan Temple reflects the cultural and historical significance of the region. Pilgrims often engage in parikrama (circumambulation) around Temple, visiting various sacred sites associated with Lord Krishnas pastimes. The temple serves as a reminder of the divine leelas (pastimes) of Krishna and holds a special place in the hearts of Krishna devotees.
Gokul Mathura