VCM: the difference between a resident at Krishna Bhumi and a visitor

The Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, once completed, will stand more than 700 ft tall and will be a structure that will change the skyline of Vrindavan. The temple will feature attractions like a grand temple hall, a vedic cosmology exhibit, an indoor Krishna leela theme park, the 12 recreated vanas of Vrindavan and much more. Needless to say that this monument will be a great tourist attraction. As with all tourist attractions, when you visit the Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, you will have to wait in a queue to seek the darshan of the Lord and to enjoy other attractions.

As a resident of Krishna Bhumi however, there are certain privileges to the Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir that you will always enjoy. Forget waiting in queues, you will always have separate access to the temple. Same goes for trying to perform a special puja in the mandir. You can perform a puja for the wellbeing of your family any one day of the year. What’s more? Vrindavan is known as the city of more than 5000 temples! It would be a great miss if you did not get to explore them.

But in order to do that, you know no longer have to painstakingly navigate your car through the narrow bylanes of Vrindavan, nor do you have to take a rickshaw ride and sweat it out in the humid weather. You can simply hop aboard the air conditioned coaches leaving from Krishna Bhumi for the various temples and have a hassle free darshan of the various idols of Lord Krishna. Being a resident of Krishna Bhumi has its benefits! Be a resident of Krishna Bhumi and reap the benefits today! Call 969696 8899 to know more about our project.

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