Mathura-Vrindavan to be the next tourist hub

Do not be misled by the title of this blog. We at Krishna Bhumi fully acknowledge the fact that the twin cities of Mathura and Vrindavan have always been tourist hubs! The issue that this blog addresses is the fact that, were these two cities always self sufficient tourist hubs? Alas, the answer is no. However, things are changing and changing for the better in the cities of Mathura and Vrindavan. Mathura has gained a heritage city status and Vrindavan has become a transition city! With this, the government both at the state level and the centre level are doing everything they can to develop these two cities.

The kunds in both the cities are being restored, public facilities and amenities like public toilets, parks and parking spaces are being focused upon. Bridges are being built and roads are being paved towards a better future. Along with this Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, under construction as of yet, is set to make its debut as the tallest Krishna temple in the world in Vrindavan. Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, the global monument, and Krishna Bhumi, the global township situated at the feet of the temple, are all set to add to this upcoming tourist hub status of Mathura and Vrindavan.

As bookings are open for apartments in Krishna Bhumi right now, you too can be a part of this exciting change. In case you want more specifics about the township and the apartments, you can talk to our sales representatives on 969696 8899. You can also visit our website at The easiest thing to do however, would be to just follow our Facebook page as the page is regularly updated with information about the project and about Vrindavan itself.

Vrindavan will become a global city, Krishna Bhumi the Global Township

Vrindavan has always been a religious city with a spiritual pull. But gone are the days when Vrindavan was a city dependent on other cities for survival. With the brand new badge of a transition city in place, Vrindavan is all set to become a global city now. Why is this so you ask? Well the primary reason is that Vrindavan is getting the world’s tallest Krishna temple to mark its horizon very soon. The Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, which is under construction right now, will be 710 ft tall upon completion and will truly make Vrindavan a global city.

Added to this, Infinity is building a township at the feet of the temple. This township is Krishna Bhumi, which is being touted as the ‘Temple Township’. Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir being a global monument, this makes Krishna Bhumi the global township. Needless to say that the people residing in Krishna Bhumi will also be regarded not only as Indians, but global Indians. Krishna Bhumi, apart from being situated at the feet of a skyscraper temple, has many other attributes that set it apart and make it a global township. A unique township at its core, Krishna Bhumi manages to bring the glory of the Dwapar Yug and the facilities and amenities of a modern day lifestyle together.

Imagine living in a township that will have its very own 12 recreated forests of Vrindavan, a Krishna leela theme park and a magnificent and grand temple! Apart from this, all facilities and amenities needed to lead a modern day lifestyle are present. A wellness club, a spa and ayurveda centre, 24 hour surveillance and security, doctors and nurses on call, you name it and Krishna Bhumi has it. A convenience store, an ATM, a Laundromat, everything is present in the township to make your life easier.

So come be a part of this grand township and this spiritually enlightening life. Be a part of Krishna Bhumi! Call 969696 8899 to talk to our sales representatives and get to know more about this amazing project. You can also check out our website at .

Rediscover and Re-live the Krishna Era at Krishna Bhumi in the vicinity of VCM

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 for more details. If you would like a detailed understanding of the project, you can also call the sales team on 969696 8899.

Radha Raman’s 475th appearance day to be celebrated on Buddh Purnima

475 years ago Shri Radharaman manifested from a shaligram shila by the love and prayers of the great saint Shri Gopal Bhatt Goswami. This special occasion will be marked by a grand festival at the Shri Radharaman Temple. May 10th will be the main day of the festival. A grand bathing ritual or maha abhishek will be offered to Shri Radharaman Lal.

The abhishek and the related ceremonies will start early in the morning and will last till afternoon. Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu’s wooden seat and prasadi cloth will also be brought out for darshan on this day. Given the record, it can be said that devotees of Radharamanji from all over India and around the world will fill the temple to witness the divine event.

However, those who will not be able to come for this darshan will still get to see pictures on Facebook as Radharamanji has a vast presence on social media. Celebrations have already begun from May 6th and will last till the 17th of the month. The festivities will include a daily phool bangla, a chappan bhog, congratulatory hymns, 64 mahantas bhog aradhana and a boat festival.

In case you are in Vrindavan on this auspicious occasion, you can visit the Krishna Bhumi site on Chhatikara Road too. Simply call 969696 8899 for a site visit.

Appearance day of Shri Hit Harivansh celebrated in Vrindavan

The appearance day of Shri Hit Harivansh Mahaprabhu, the founder of the Radhavallabh Sampraday, was celebrated with great pomp in Vrindavan. Shri Hit Harivansh’s family was from Deoband in Northeast Uttar Pradesh. His father, Shri Vyas Mishra, was a Gaur Brahmin who, according to the Tarikh-i-Deoband, was employed by the Mughal emperor, Humayun.

One summer, as he was travelling west with the royal caravan from Agra, they crossed the land of Braj. It was ekadashi when Shri Vyas Mishra’s wife gave birth in Braj’s Baad village, and thus Shri Hit Harivansh appeared in this world. The year of his birth is estimated to be somewhere around 1500 A.D. Despite having been born a Brajwasi, Shri Hit HarivanshJi spent his childhood with his family in Deoband.

It was in Deoband where he received mantra from Shri Radha in a dream and became her disciple. Another account says that it was Shri Gopal Bhatt Goswami who gave HarivanshJi his initiation. In the year 1534, HarivanshJi returned home to Braj. Thereafter he lived in Vrindavan permanently. He established the Shri Radhavallabh Temple and promoted worship of Shri RadhaRani as the supreme power.

HarivanshJi’s appearance day was celebrated with great joy at the Shri Radhavallabh Temple and other related ashrams. Devotees offered worship and abhishek was offered to RadhavallbhJi amidst singing of HarivanshJi’s divine songs. Kirtans were sung and a procession was also taken out in the streets.

Did you know that the Radha Ballabh Temple is only 4.5 kms away from Krishna Bhumi? As a resident of Krishna Bhumi, you will also be able to avail the free A.C coach service from the township to other temples in Vrindavan!