Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir
The Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir once constructed will be the tallest Krishna temple in the world at 210 metres or 700 feet. Conceived by devotees of ISKCON-Bangalore, the temple which sprawls across 5 acres will feature a Krishna Heritage Museum & Study Center, festival & lecture halls as well as the 12 recreated forests - DvadashaKanana, a massive Indoor Krishna Lila Park with multiple expos, boat rides and many other features and the Vedic Cosmology exhibit.
Just next to the iconic temple, the 12 forests of Vrindavan (Dvadasha Kanana) will be recreated, replete with elegant vistas of flowers & fruit bearing trees where Lord Krishna performed childhood leelas and exactly as described in the source Srimad Bhagwad Gita.
Name of these twelve verdant historical forests to be recreated are: