Delhi Agra Mathura Vrindavan Tour by Car
Day 1: Arrive to Delhi / Transfer to Agra
When you arrive at the airport in Delhi, you will be received and welcomed by our representative who will ensure your smooth road transfer to Agra.
En route, take a short ride to Sikandra to visit Tomb of Great Mughal Emperor “The Akbar”.
On reaching, check-in at the hotel and relax. After refreshing up you are supposed to visit Agra Fort and Baby Taj. Thereafter, you can go around the city by employing a Tonga to experience and enjoy the city at its best.
In the Evening, proceed to visit Mehtab Bagh across the Yamuna River. It is a perfect place for Taj Mahal viewing at sunset. It was then converted into Moonlit Garden called Mehtab Bagh.
Overnight at Hotel in Agra.
Day 2: Agra Sightseeing / Visit Mathura and Vrindavan enroute/ Transfer to Delhi / Departure
Early in the Morning head out for a yoga class at Taj Khema which offers a wonderful view of majestic Taj Mahal. After the class, take your sumptuous Breakfast and leave for a guided tour of Taj Mahal, where you will witness the mausoleum in all its glory.
Afterwards, check-out from the hotel and start for Mathura to visit Lord Krishna Temple. Next, you will be taken to Vrindavan.
And then, your chauffeur will take you back to Delhi. On reaching, your driver will drop you at the hotel or airport.
- Agra Heritage Walks
- Agra Old City Walks
- Marble inlay art factories visit (Optional)
- Sunset view of Taj Mahal by the other side of Yamuna River
- Taj Mahal Visit
- Tonga Ride in Agra
- Yoga at Hotel Taj Khema in front of splendid Taj Mahal
- Sunset or Sunrise photography from Mehtab Bagh or Taj Khema
- Mathura and Vrindavan Visit
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History of Mathura and Vrindavan
Mathura is a pilgrimage site of India. I was in a way not aware of the fact that it was so until I went on Delhi Agra Mathura Vrindavan Tour Package. It is located in UP. Vrindavan and Mathura are 10-11 km away from each other. Mathura is a district and Vrindavan is a town in it. Mathura was the birthplace of Lord Krishna and Vrindavan was the place where he spent his childhood days and had fun with Radha and her friends. I came to know that there were around 30 temples in Mathura and Vrindavan, so I did not want to lose the opportunity to visit them. I visited all of them and let me tell you their features in short.
- Keshav Dev Temple is the actual temple where Lord Krishna took birth.
- Dwarkadheesh Temple was built by Lord Krishna’s grandson with 5-storey and 72 pillars.
- Vishram Ghat on the Yamuna is the main Ghat (bank) out of 25. Lord Krishna took a rest here after killing Kansa.
- Krishna Balram Mandir is one of the ISKON temples in India and on an international level.
- Prem Mandir, Vrindavan is spread across 24 acres on the outskirts of Vrindavan dedicated to Radha-Krishna and Sita-Ram.
- Kusum Sarovar, Govardhan is a sandstone monument situated on the Govardhan hill.
- Baldev is the temple of Shri Dauji Maharaj (Balram) who was the elder brother of Lord Krishna.
- Shri Siddh Shani Mandir, Mundesi is a highly worshipped temple.
- Lohwan Mata Mandir is Durga Mata Temple.
- Shri Ratneshwar Mahadev is one of the temples which are the most photographed.
- Gopinath Maharaj Mandir was made by Swaminarayana himself.
- Shri Jagannath Temple Bhuteshwar, Mathura is a temple where a festival takes place with a Rath Yatra.
- Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, Vrindavan is the would be World’s tallest temple in the world worth Rs. 300 Crore, under construction.
- Birla Mandir is one of the many temples built by Birla family.
- Madan Mohan Temple is located on the bank of Bhadravati river.
- Naam Yog Sadhna Mandir is also called as Jai Gurudev temple.
- Banke Bihari Temple of Lord Krishna is bent in 3 places out of enjoyment.
- Radha Raman Temple is among 7 temples of Thakurs of Vrindavan.
- Rangeeli Mahal, Barsana has the idol of Baby Radha sitting in her mother’s lap.
- Bhuteshwar Temple is one of the temples which require to be touched for circumambulation of Kurukshetra.
- Kokilavan is a dense forest with Lord Shani Temple and his Guru Barkhandi Baba.
- The Udasin Karshni Ashram Near Gokul is the place where Lord Krishna’s biological father Vasudev placed Krishna in the custody of Nanda and Yashoda.
- Shri Alkheshwar Mahadev Mandir is known for getting the idol of Lord Shiva in the water body of Alkheshwar.
- Rangeshwar Temple is the temple of Lord Shiva which was worshipped by King Kansa.
I understand that the details of the temples are pretty less and you have the urge to find out more about it. So, what are you waiting for? Just plan your visit to Agra and all is well for you.