Jaipur Mandir

Grand centennial ceremony of Jaipur Mandir, Vrindavan, to be held in this year

Shri Rajkumar Rinwa, the minister of the department of Devasthan, Government of Rajasthan, visited Vrindavan on Tuesday along with the officials of his department. They visited the Radha Kant Mandir on the Parikrama Marg, near Vihar Ghat and the famous Jaipur Mandir.  He announced on this occasion that his department will grandly celebrate the ‘Patotsava’ of the Radha Madhav Mandir as the mandir is completing 100 years of its establishment this year. The Radha Madhav Mandir is more famously known as the Jaipur Mandir.

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Tulsi Vas: the second phase of apartments at Krishna Bhumi

Tulsi Vas is the second phase of apartments that have been launched at Krishna Bhumi, the iconic temple township. Goverdhan Vas was the first phase of apartments and it is completely sold out. Tulsi Vas was launched some time ago and is offering studio, 1, 2 and 3 BHK apartments at the feet of the Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, which is set to be the tallest Krishna Temple in the world. Recently the Infinity Group has also launched a special offer. With every apartment purchase at Tulsi Vas, the owner also gets a modular kitchen absolutely free.

The minimum area of the apartments at Tulsi Vas is that of approximately 600 sq ft, which is the area of the studio apartments, with the minimum cost being 22.57 Lacs. Now would be a good time to book your apartment at Tulsi Vas as due to the popularity of apartments in Vrindavan in general, prices are on the rise. An apartment that will cost you 22.57 Lacs now in Tulsi Vas today might easily cost you more tomorrow as initially; Tulsi Vas had been launched at a lower price. So visit www.krishnabhumi.in and fill in the enquiry sheet and one of our sales team will get back to you.

Be a resident at Krishna Bhumi and be privy to a host of amenities like world class spa and ayurveda treatments to rejuvenate your mind and body, a fully equipped gymnasium to keep you healthy and fit, Elder facilities are available round the clock and so are doctors and nurses so that the elders in your family need never be inconvenienced. Due to the high security and 24*7 surveillance system of the community, you can also be sure that you and your family are completely safe.

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Bhagavad Gita Commentary: Chapter 1, verse 2

सञ्जय उवाच ।
दृष्ट्वा तु पाण्डवानीकं व्यूढं दुर्योधनस्तदा ।
आचार्यमुपसङ्गम्य राजा वचनमब्रवीत् ।।

Sanjay said: On observing the Pandava army standing in military formation, King Duryodhan approached his teacher Dronacharya, and said the following words.

 

Dhritarashtra was scared and he was looking for an affirmation that the battle would still be fought by his sons, the Kauravas. Sanjay understood this and this is why he replied, that the war would definitely be fought and in fact the Pandavas already seemed ready in military formation. Sanjay then proceeded to explain to Dhritarashtra what his eldest son, Duryodhan was doing.

Now Duryodhan was very evil and cruel in nature and since his father was blind, it can be said that he was the supremo of the kingdom. Like his father, he also disliked the Pandavas very much and wanted them to be eliminated so that he may rule the Kingdom without any opposition.He had expected that his army being so mighty, the Pandavas would never be able to procure an army that would match his, however, the Pandavas were facing him with an equally strong, if not more, army and he was very scared.

His fear for the battle moved him to seek the guidance of Dronacharya, his military Guru, whom he had never respected much. To anyone present it would seem that Duryodhan was approaching Dronacharya with the intent of paying his respects.But both Dronacharya and Duryodhan knew that this was to abate and possibly dissipate his own anxiety with the outcome of the war. Duryodhan spoke nine verses to Dronacharya after this which constitutes the next few verses.

 

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Krishna Bhumi: Connectivity

If location and connectivity is your primary concern with owning a home in Vrindavan, then look no further than Krishna Bhumi, the iconic temple township by Infinity. It is located in the heart of Vrindavan, on Chhatikara Road or Bhaktivedanta Swami Marg, as it is also known. All major temples and connecting highways are literally a stone’s throw away from the project. The National Highway 2, which connects Delhi to Agra, is only 2 kilometres away. The Vrindavan Railway Station is only 3 Kilometres away. The newly inaugurated Yamuna Expressway is 12 Kilometres away. Mathura, which is another iconic and twin city to Vrindavan is only 10 kilometres away.

The Mathura Railway Station is 11 Kilometres away from the project and one can easily reach the Delhi Airport in 2 and a half hours as the distance from Krishna Bhumi is only 160 Kilometres and is connected by the superfast Yamuna Expressway. Apart from this the nearby destinations are also worth a mention. The Maa Vaishno Devi Dham is only 1 km away and the ever beloved Prem Mandir is 2 kms away. The ISKCON temple is only a little further at 2.5 kms away and The Radha Ballabh temple, Nidhivan, Gopinath Temple, Madan Mohan Temple and the Yamuna River are all within 4.5 kms distance of Krishna Bhumi.

The Ranganath Temple is only 5.5 kms away and finally, the town of Goverdhan, which is named after the Goverdhan Parbat or mountain, is only 22 kms away. With such excellent connectivity, why would anyone want to pick any other gated community but Krishna Bhumi as their home in Vrindavan! So visit www.krishnabhumi.in or call us at 969696 8899 now and book your home in Tulsi Vas, the second phase of apartments at Krishna Bhumi, the iconic temple township and your soon to be address!