Prem Mandir - Shyama Shyam Dham

Prem Mandir - Shyama Shyam Dham, Vrindavan

Prem Mandir - Shyama Shyam Dham

Prem Mandir - Shyama Shyam Dham
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Swati P
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Solo
Pretty idols of impressive stature telling stories of Krishna, great canteen with good staff, accommodative to vegan needs if explained. Gardens are for idols to relax in, as if they are real human beings or real cows, as no proper gardens or cleanliness is noted outside the temple. Outside cows eat garbage in Vrindavan and humans create garbage and dirty sewerage. Idols enjoy a good environment and are valued , instead of health, wellbeing, and cleanliness, trees, human or wildlife. Putting yellow red marks within one second by force on forehead in exchange of money demanded later of 40 rupee and not a penny less and show anger if given 10. E rickshaws charging 300 rs for 10 minutes walking distance. Overall beautiful architecture and idols in temples, just like Patal loka demon Mayas city as Maya is architect of Patal, creating replicas of beautiful temples, hotels and groves but in the underworld.
Written 30 May 2022
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Kanika_born_a_traveller
New Delhi, India190 contributions
Family
Beautiful Temple with great Architecture. It's is a very big and beautiful temple with great Architecture. Go in the evening as it have great lights after Sunset.
Written 19 May 2022
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Curiositytraveller
13 contributions
Couples
Beautiful.large Krishna temple. Has beautiful statue. Must visit if you ever go to vrindavan. Spent 1 hour there sitting in participating in puja.
Written 10 May 2022
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RkRoadie
Pune, India625 contributions
The temple is famous in Vrindavan and is been visited by lots of devotees every day. The authority follow strict temple timings which are from 8:30am to 12:30pm and 4:30pm to 8:30pm. There is ample amount of paid parking slots near the temple entrance.

The complex in huge and have marble design. The carvings on the temple and inside the temple are amazing. One can take darshan and spend some time in this temple.

There are few statues and events portraited on life of Shri Krishna.
Written 13 April 2022
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Pam M
New York City, NY34 contributions
Oh Kripalu Maharaj what a gift that you have given to not only the people of India but people from all over the world.
If there is a representation of Lord Krishna’s divine above of Goluk then it is Prem Mandir.
This is a must visit for everyone…..It is an architectural marvel that words cannot start to describe.
Written 23 March 2022
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Hiral Panchal
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Other than world class architecture, arts and amazing musical fountains, if you are a real devotee of Shri Radha Krishna or Ram Sita then you will feel the magnetic divine effects which will bring tears in your eyes as soon as you enter into the main gate of Prem Mandir. Must visit this temple in night.
Written 27 February 2022
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Indian Hotel Center
New Delhi, India131 contributions
This temple is very peaceful, once you enter inside you feel that you are in a different place. Beautiful architecture makes it different and unique.
Written 27 February 2022
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Udit S
Jaipur, India137 contributions
Huge temple and complex so even if crowded , it's not an issue. Must go in evening once all lightening is on. Many jhankis in the complex. Must visit if in Vrindavan. Just opposite the Temple , one Chaat shop ( cannot recall the name ) has some mouth watering and delicious Chaat.
Written 8 February 2022
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rggg
Mumbai124 contributions
1. One of the cleanest & grandest temples I have ever been
2. Huge area, very well maintained
3. Shop offers a lot of different and reasonably priced souvenirs
4. Very nice arrangement to keep your shoes
5. It's best to visit it in the night - to get the best out of lighting and exhibits
6. During the day you will get to see the sprawling gardens and colorful flowers - specially if you are visiting it in the spring

Mind you, it gets super crowded during weekend nights, please keep your children and belongings safe
Written 2 February 2022
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TrueIndian
Indian142 contributions
Family
Modern structure made of marble looks grand from outside.
Inspite of having a huge area under the temple, they have not provided any parking inside for the convenience of visitors. There is a private parking outside on the other side of road charging Rs 50. After you park the car you have to cross a relatively high road divider meandering your way through a fast moving traffic as there is no pedestrian crossing or an opening in the divider in front of the entry gate. It is better to drop the children and seniors at the gate and then park the car as it may he difficult for them to cross the road divider.
There is a long walk from entry to the temple entry as one has to go all around the temple to enter it. All along there are statues depicting lord Krishna and his activity which look quite good. Before you go up the temple, there is a place to keep your shoes without any fee.
Climb up a few stairs to enter the temple which has two floors.
Guards posted at the entry only keep whistling and I did not see them to request people with out a mask to use the mask.
We attended aarti which starts at 11.45 AM. It is conducted in both the floors simultaneously. There is no social distancing inside the temple and majority of devotees are either without a mask or wearing it improperly. So take precautions yourself.
Outside and at the gate there is a kiosk selling prasad which is peda made by the temple itself.
There is a food court and a shop selling some clothes.
Temple remains closed from 12 noon to 4 PM.
Time required to visit including the aarti is 30-45 minutes.
Written 4 November 2021
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