Kusum Sarovar, Mathura
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Kusum Sarovar is located in Mathura. Put Kusum Sarovar on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Mathura trip itinerary maker.
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People have made this place unclean due to various activities and rest of the credit goes to mismanagement of local govt. Not a place worth your visit.
This place has great stories. It is said that krishna and radha used to take bath here. But due to UP govt mismanagement it has become dirty and muddy.
Kusum Saraovar is an old temple/pool in Vrindavan. It comes in the path of Govardhan Parikrama. It is mostly isolated and has moany monkeys around. You can enter if you like or you can just admire its... read more »
Best swimming spot in the Braja area. Kusuma means “flower,” and here the gopis would pick flowers for Krishna. Also at this place is a temple dedicated to Uddhava. This temple was established by Krishna’s great-grandson about 4,800 years ago. It is a peaceful place.
Brij ki shaan ,ek bar aao jindagi bhar yad rakhoge
Holy places of India purify heart and give plesure to mind. That is because we go there again and again...
A very nice place ....but lacks in cleanliness ...else it is a fantastic place to visit.
An Vinh Nguyen
dont chase the monkeys, locals dont like that
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