Yashoda’s affection for Krishna was more than ‘Vatsalya Prema’. Her love for Krishna was more than motherly love; it was ‘Vatsalya Bhakti’, mother’s devotion.
This year, Mahashivratri will be celebrated on 13 and 14 February. In Vrindavan, the temples dedicated to Lord Shiva such as Gopeshwar, Gokuleshwar, Govindeshwar, Bankhandeshwar, and Taleshwar draw a huge number of Shiva devotees.
If you ever visit the Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan, you will see that there is a curtain between Bihariji and His devotees. The priests draw the curtain every few minutes.
Holi in Vrindavan is beautiful, but it is also something that you need to experience in order to understand the essence of the festival.
Basant Panchami marks the official beginning of Spring, and Vrindavan knows how to celebrate it with their beloved Thakurji.
In the beautiful space called Vrindavan, history and mythology intertwine inseparably to give this place its very essence.