Dwapar Yug was a golden age in which Krishna lived in Vrindavan and laughed and frolicked and performed various leelas with Radha and other gopinis. It is true that Dwapar Yug has gone by and Lord Krishna is no longer physically here. But being a resident at Krishna Bhumi means that you can relive and rediscover the Krishna Era once again. This is because living in Krishna Bhumi means living in the vicinity of the iconic Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, a skyscraper temple envisioned and commissioned by the devotees of ISKCON Bengaluru.
The Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir is a massive affair; the temple itself occupies 5 acres of land. Apart from that there are 12 recreated forests of Vrindavan and an outdoor theme park surrounding it. Inside the temple there are separate wings dedicated to different temples, a cosmology exhibit and Krishna scholar’s study centre. At the top of the temple is perched the viewing gallery. Outside the temple there is a Krishna leela theme park that houses a moat with boat rides and other rides and an amphitheatre. Last but not the least, there is dwadasha kanana or the 12 recreated forests of Vrindavan.
Each forest is replete with statuettes that depict the specific leelas that Krishna had performed in these forests. With all of this in the picture, when you enter Krishna Bhumi, you will feel like you have entered the era of Krishna or Dwapar Yug once again. So come live at Krishna Bhumi, in a range of studio, 1, 2 & 3 BHK apartments and rediscover and relive the era of Krishna once again. Visit us on www.krishnabhumi.in for more details. If you would like a detailed understanding of the project, you can also call the sales team on 969696 8899.