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Banke Bihari Temple, Vrindavan

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4.4/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
Join the overwhelming crowds of followers who come to Banke Bihari Temple for one sole purpose, to take "darshan," a glimpse of the idol of Lord Krishna. The most popular temple in Vrindavan, it attracts Hindu devotees from all over the world, who flock to pay their respects to Bihariji, a reincarnation of Lord Krishna as a child. Take in the vibrant, lively atmosphere of the renowned temple, where the darshan continues endlessly as the curtains draw and open in front of the idol, offering thousands of people daily a chance to gaze upon the deity. Put Banke Bihari Temple on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Vrindavan family vacation planner.
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  • the way to the temple is vetry poorly lit and very dark streets......very unorganized and very dirty maintenance of the temple . 
  • This place is so majestic that you once come here then will not easily leave from here. Lord Krishna Darshan was so good that I felt that I have gone into his feets. 
  • Vrindavan Banke Bihari temple is on the way from Delhi to Agra, 7KM diversion from Yamuna Express highway. Always crowded. Parking for vehicle is little challenging. From main road, temple is inside s...  read more »
  • Jai shri radhe! A holy place for Hindus especially for Lord Krishna followers. The place is in the heart of Vrindavan so be prepared for the crowd when you reach there! The cars need to be parked about 1-2kms away on normal days and completely outside the city during festivals/new year/other important dates so keep that in mind! Ofcourse you'll be relieved off all the pain once you're in front of Lord Krishna himself. Radhe Radhe!
  • 5 stars: Historical temple and is still like one. 1 star: The people close to Bankey ji's muurti are separated in two parts, one for men and other for women. Oh man O man!! That is not a pleasant sight because people are trying to crush each other over there just to get their prasad and other things for payers presented to Bankey ji by the priests. A simple queue would do and officials there didn't even bother and let people quarrel.
  • What a place for Hindus.Temple and the idol of Sri Bankeybihari both are just unforgettable and really respectable. Number one place to be seen in Vrindavan.
  • Jai shri radhay
  • bhot acha mandir hai
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