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    Mathura is a city of Uttar Pradesh. The city is known for its various Hindu monasteries and pilgrim spots and temples. This holy city is considered as the birthplace of Lord Krishna.

    The main places to visit in Mathura include:

    Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir: This is said to be the birth place of Lord Krishna, 8th incarnation of the deity Lord Vishnu. It is believed that the temple is located in the place where once the prison cell where Lord Krishna was born stood. The main festivals celebrated here are Janmashtami and Holi. The temple is frequented by thousands of pilgrims every year.

    Jama Masjid: This mosque is one of the known historical monuments of Uttar Pradesh. The tomb of the Mughal governor is also located here. The Jama Masjid is situated near to the Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir.

    Dwarkadhish Temple: This famous temple of Mathura was built by a devotee of Lord Krishna about 150 years ago. The idol here is in the form of “King of Dwarka” without the peacock feather and the flute.

    Radha Kund: This is a famous pilgrim spot of Vaishnavites in India.  It is believed that this is the place where Lord Krishna killed a Demon Bull and also the pond here is said to be formed by Lord Krishna who struck the earth and the water emerged. The pool here is considered to be the most sacred by the pilgrims.

    Kusum Sarovar: The reservoir is located near to Radha Kund. It is believed that Radha, Krishna’s famous companion and Lord Krishna used to meet here in this place. The place got its name from Krishna’s famous consorts Radha, who was said to meet Lord Krishna near the tank. If you are visiting the Sarovar, then you should surely attend the eye-catching aarti during the evenings.

    Kans Qila: This was built by Raja Mansingh I of Jaipur. This Fort is also known as Kans Fort. This is built in a unique Hindu and Mughal architecture style.

    Mathura Museum: The Museum was constructed in 1874. The museum houses various ancient archeological findings dating back to the Kushana and the Gupta Empire.

    There are many ancient pilgrim sites of Hindus in this holy town. The sites here provide a deep insight to the cultural and ancient historical relevance of Mathura. The place is also famous for its sweet dishes like Peda.

    The best time to visit Mathura is between the months of November and March. Mathura is well connected with rail and road transport. The nearest airport to Mathura is at Kheria in Agra.

    There are many holiday rental accommodations available in Mathura such as resort, homestays, and guest houses offering comfortable stay for its travelers. We have listed some of the best budget holiday homes in Mathura in our website. Our advanced search option helps you easily find the right holiday accommodations that fit your budget and convenience; travelers can always make direct contact with the property owner from our website before finalizing their reservations. We have also introduced friendly dormitories for Group, budget & cheap holiday stays.

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