Radharamana Temple Vrindavan
Radharamana Temple Radharamana Temple in Vrindavan is one of the holiest temples . Basically, the meaning of Radharamana is the one who gives pleasure, in this case, Lord Krishna to Radha and it is yet another name Lord Krishna is called. Radharamana Temple was built in an initiative taken by Gopala Bhatta Gosvami.
It is believed that ever since 1542, this temple is being worshipped for the belief that Lord Krishna revealed his holy presence during the full moon day of Vaisakhi from a Salagram-Shila. Every year, during this auspicious event, the idol of Lord Krishna is bathed with milk and various religious items and further distribute the bathed milk to the devotees as a token of blessing, Charanamrita. another attraction here is the fire in the temple kitchen. It is said to be lit for more than 460 years, ever since the establishment of the temple and it serves its purpose in cooking.