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Radha-Raman Temple



Radha-Raman Temple is an ancient shrine located near Loi Bazaar in Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh.

Gopala Bhatta Gosvami erected this temple. It enshrines the deity of Radha-Raman, which is around 30 cm tall. The deity was installed on the full moon day in the month of Vaishaka (April-May) in the year 1542. This event is celebrated every year by bathing the deity with milk and other favorable items. Gopala Bhatta Gosvamiís other shalagram-shilas are also worshiped in the temple.

The samadhi of Gopala Bhatta is located next to Ramanís appearance place in Radha-Raman Temple. It is believed that there are markings of discs on the deityís back and feet.

The temple was renovated in the year 1826 by Shah Behari Lallji, who built the Shahji Temple.



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

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