Mathura and Brij Bhoomi is the alternative name of Birth place of loard Shri Krishna and RadhaRani. Mathura with out Lord Krishna is like Bethlehem without Christ. All round the year A large number of Festival and fairs are held in Matura and adjoining areas of Vrindavan Gokul, Barsana, Nandgayon, Mant and Goverdhan The rascal of Brij is thematically the basis of many performing Arts.Now a day's Mathura abounds in Place of Religious and Historic Interes .
Famous Temples and Tourist Places in Mathura
Shri Krishna Janamsthan
Other Tourist Attractions and Holy Places in Mathura
Mathura has very rich and old religious and cultural heritage. A brief list of other religious Mathura Tourist Attractions and Sightseeing Places are given below.
Red sand stone tank structure situated next to Lord Krishna Birthplace.
Near Krishna Birthplace. Masjid was completed by Abd-un-Nabi in 1662.
Jain Chaurasi Temple
The temple is fully dedicated to Lord Ajitnath. Famous Jain Temple,
Established by Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya in 1950.
Shri Rangeshwar Mahadev
Mahadev Temple Near Holi Gate Main Market
Temple Protector the western side of Mathura.
Shri Keshav Devji
Prachin Mandir of Krishna located besides the main Krishna Janmabhoomi complex.
Yama Dwitiya is observed on the second day of Kartik month in Shukla Paksh.
Baba Jaigurudev Mandir
Temple of white marble on the National Highway.
Travel to Mathura
Agra and New Delhi is Nearest airport to Mathura. Which is around 58 km far from from Agra and 150 km from IGI Airport Delhi. Mathura railway junction, which is directly connected by many trains operating on routes between Mumbai, Delhi, Bharatpur and Agra on regular basis. Mathura is also well connected by Noida to Agra Yamuna Expressway and Delhi to Agra National highway.