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 (DvadashaKanana) will be recreated, replete with elegant vistas of flowers & fruit bearing trees where Lord Krishna performed childhood leelas, exactly as described in the source,SrimadBhagwad Gita.
Name of these twelve verdant historical forests to be recreated are: