Popularly known as Lord Krishna's childhood abode, Vrindavan is a prevalent religious vacationer spot and thought to be an exceptionally sacrosanct place for the Hindus. It is a temple town that boasts numerous temples that are dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha.
Vrindavan is located on the banks of Yamuna and is surrounded by lush green woods. It experiences moderate temperatures that range 30o-40o degree during summers whereas 15o-25o degrees during winters. July and August are the months for rainfall here.
Vrindavan has a rich religious heritage. It is a focal point of Krishna love and the region incorporates places like Govardhana and Gokul that are connected with Krishna. A large number of lovers of Radha Krishna visit these spots of journey each year and take an interest in various celebrations. The prime attractions here include Nidhivana, Banke Bihari temple, ISCKON temple, Prem Mandir etc., where hundreds of devotees pay a visit annually.