Way to reach vrindavan from delhi

Way to reach vrindavan from delhi :

can be possible  by many modes – By train, By Bus we will discuss later on

In 1500 BC Vrindavana the ancient city that was founded. Vrindavan combined  from the words ‘vrinda’ meaning Tulsi and ‘vana’ meaning a forest or grove. This holy city of Vrindavan lies in the State of Uttar Pradesh. According to Hindu lore, it is where Lord Krishna spent most his childhood days playing. Vrindavan with its ancient past and association with Hindu history is considered to be an important pilgrimage site for those of the Hindu faith.

What you can do their

Visit the Govinda Dev temple (built in 1590, it is oldest surviving temples) and The Prem Mandir are known for its historic and religious value. There are other temples you can visit all over Vrindavan. Other sightseeing in vrindavan options are Seva Kunj and Nidhuban and Kesi Ghat.

Way to reach vrindavan

By Bus: You can hiar bus from delhi to vrindavan. There are many buses available that will drop you vrindavan, it will take 164.5 km. Buses available every 30 minute

By Cab:  Same you can take personal cab to reach vrindavan. They will charge round about Rs. 2500 to Rs. 2800 Max . You may hire Ola one way cabs which will charge you 3000 Rs or two way which is 2000 rs per day

By Share Taxi:-  There are two types of taxi

  1. Go outside railway station you will find people going to agra at cost of 300 rs.
  2. Book your own share taxi from Ibibo ryde or many other ryde apps.

By Train: There is no direct train to reach vrindavan you can  reach mathura by train and after that you can take cab to you vrindavan, the whole process will take 2 and half hour to reach.

 

Have you planned where to Stay in vrindavan..

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