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Radha Gokulananda Temple

Radha Gokulananda Temple is an ancient shrine, located at Vrindavan, in Uttar Pradesh. It is in between the Kesi Ghat and the Radha-Raman Temple.

This delightful temple enshrines the small Radha-Vinoda deities of Lokanatha Gosvami, the larger deities of Vijaya Govinda of Baladeva Vidyabhusana and the Radha-Gokulananda deities of Viswanath Chakravarti. It also houses a Govardhana shila, which was given by Lord Chaitanya to Raghunath Dasa Gosvami. This shila has the thumbprint of Lord Chaitanya.

The Samadhis of Lokanath Goswami, Narottama Dasa and Viswanath Chakravarti are located in a small courtyard beside the temple. There are also the Puspa Samadhis of Sri Ganga Narayana Chakravarti and Krishnadeva Sarvabhauma.

Darshan is from 08:00 to 12:00 and 17:30 to 20:00 hrs. Mangala Aarti is held at 05:00 hrs in the summer and 06:00 hrs in the winter.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Mathura
Location: Vrindavan

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