Bankey Bihari Temple, Vrindavan (Matura)

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Shri Bankey Bihari Mandir is a Hindu temple situated in the holy city of Vrindavan and dedicated to Lord Krishna. It is one of the most popular Krishna temples in India. The temple was found in 1864 by Shri Swami Haridas. Vrindavan is the place, where Lord Krishna spent his childhood section that’s why this popular counts as a pilgrimage for the Hindu’s. Every year, Thousands of devotees come to visit the Bankey Bihari temple.

The worship of the Bankey Bihari Ji is very unique in its terms which expressed in three parts such as ‘sewas’ – Shringar, Rajbhog, and Shayan. Shringar( includes bathing and dressing), Rajbhog (offered to food), and Shayan (means sleep)which is offered in the evening. Bankey Bihari Mandir doesn't have a culture of Mangala which is also known as Morning sewa. According to the holy chapters, there is a reason of no availability of the Mangla Sewa because Swami Haridas wished his childlike Lord Krishna and they did not want to disturb him out of deep sleep in the early morning.

During the month of monsoon in north India, every year the Bankey Bihari temple is decorated with beautiful lights and flowers. Unlike other Hindu temples, there are restrictions on bells because the sound disturbs to Lord Shri Bankey Bihari. After getting the Bankey Bihari darshan, every devotee feels very spiritual and positive.

Puja Name- Chandan-Tulsi Sewa and Nityani bhog sewa

Note- all puja material included and Daan of pandit

Pashed Delivery- 7 Days (In India )

                               15 Days (Out of India )

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