Shree Ji Kripa


Nandgaon Temples

Nandgaon is a village located around 9 km from Barsana and is the place which was constructed by Nand Baba on the hilltop to protect the baby Krishna from the attacks of demons sent by Kansa on a daily basis.

Krishna spent his growing years here at Nandgaon. There is a big beautiful temple atop the Nandishwara Hill (Parvat)

Guide Information

Name :Yugal Bihari Sharma

Mobile No : 9756161646

Location : (Vrindavan)

  • Nandbhavan(mahal of nand baba)

  • Shri Aasheshwer Mahadev

  • Pawan sarovar

Nand Bhawan (The Mahal of Kanha)

Nand Bhawan beholds various stories of Lord’s childhood and youth days with his brother Baladeva. It is believed that Shri Radha used to come here on loving requests of mother Yashoda. With great delight, she used to prepare tasty dishes for Shri Krishna. Krishna would then eat the food with his friends in the dining hall of and Bhawan and take rest in the bedrooms. Nand Bhavan is a major site for Hindu pilgrims. Devotees come here from all around the world and soak themselves in the timeless power and get connected to the spiritual world.


When Lord Shiva went to have a glimpse of Lala (Shri Krishn) in Nand Bhawan, Yashoda Maiya denied saying our Lala is very small and would be scared of your fearful form. Mahadev Ji disappointed and came here and sat down with a desire ('aas') to see Shri Krishn. Since Lord Mahadev desires to see Shri Krishn here, so He is called 'Aaseshwar' Mahadev.


Pavana means purifying and Sarovar means a lake. Thus, it’s believed that one who takes bath in Pavana Sarovar is relieved from all his sins. OnceNand Maharaj woke up early in the morning and when he went to Pavana Sarovar to have his morning bath, he saw a black complexioned person with a huge personality who seemed a stranger to him. Nand Maharaj enquired him about his identity. He told Nand Rae that he is the king of Tirthas Prayagraj and has come to wash of his sins in the sacred Pavana Sarovar which are left to him by pilgrims. He had come along with other rivers and Tirthas. Nand Maharaj was amazed to see that even the king of Tirthas, who washes of the sins of all pilgrims, has come to Pavana Sarovar to wash of his own sins leftover by the pilgrims. Thus, he admired the sanctity of the Pavana Sarovar and decided not to visit Prayag for bathing as the Prayagraj himself visits Pavana Sarovar for sacred bath to wash of the sins left by the pilgrims. Then, he had a bath in the holy waters of Pavana Sarovar and purified himself.

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What They’re Saying

Kamal BhardwajTourist
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Visiting Vrindavan was a life-changing experience for me. The town is a treasure trove of ancient temples and sacred sites associated with Lord Krishna. I was in awe as I explored the famous Banke Bihari Temple, where devotees gather to catch a glimpse of the deity. The Radha Raman Temple was equally captivating, with its exquisite architecture and soothing chants.
jyoti SharmaTourist
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My visit to Vrindavan was an enchanting and spiritual experience. The town is steeped in Hindu mythology and is considered one of the holiest places in India. As I walked through the narrow lanes, I could feel a sense of serenity and devotion in the air. The temples were magnificent, adorned with intricate carvings and vibrant colors. Witnessing the evening aarti (prayer ceremony) on the banks of the Yamuna River was truly mesmerizing.
Sachin YadavTourist
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Vrindavan is a hidden gem that transports you to a different world altogether. From the moment I entered the town, I was surrounded by the divine aura and the rhythmic chants of 'Hare Krishna.' The temples were stunning, each with its own unique charm. The ISKCON temple, in particular, left me awe-struck with its grandeur and the melodious kirtans (devotional songs) that filled the air