Kusum Sarovar Overview

Ranked 8 of 28 sightseeing in Mathura

Kusum Sarovar is a 450 ft long and 60 ft deep tank, located nearby Radha Kunj. The sarovar is believed to be the place where Radha along with gopis used to collect flowers and meet Lord Krishna.  

The sarovar also encompasses a flight of stairs along its ghat. The ghat comprises huge flora and fauna along with Kadamb tree, which is believed to be the favourite of Lord Krishna.

Tourists visiting this ghat can also indulge in bathing or swimming in this sarovar. Moreover, tourists can also sight beautiful view of aarti in the evening.    

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Jagdish Raval

Jagdish Raval3.6/5

415 reviews

A Nice Place

A nice place to watch and visit. Kusuma Sarovara, a beautiful sandstone monument in Govardhan Town. Kusuma Sarovara is the best swimming spot in Braja. After you go to Radha Kunda you could spend a relaxing hour here. It is a peaceful place, which not many people visit. It is stated in the Caitanya Caritamrta that Lord Caitanya took bath here. The ghats at this kunda and the buildings are nice and clean.

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Anupam Mishra

Anupam Mishra3.9/5

2 reviews

A famous sandstone monument in Mathura

It is the meeting place of Krishna and Radha and a famous sandstone monument in Mathura. This place is best for family visit. You can take bath in small lake here.

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