Mathura Ratings & Reviews
5 reviewsPosted 2 years ago
Best place for holi festival
I visited Mathura for celebrating the Holi festival and it was worth going. Holi is celebrated here for one week, but I went for the 2 main days of the festival . . The rooms are cheaper there, maximum 500. The best way and cheapest way of transport is sharing auto. Hardly they charge 20rs.
4 reviewsPosted 2 years ago
Holy place with a difference.
Journey is very much charming. It is a famous pilgrimage place with lot of crowd. One should reach nearest the temples only by an e-rickshaw. The town is having much hotels. Must see temple is 'Prem Mandir'. It is a temple of Radha and Krishna, but each and every emblem of Hindu God and Goddess are available. The night vision is more charming and fabulous.
2 reviewsPosted 3 years ago
Review of Vrindaban visit
First evening, we visited Mata Vaishnav temple & Prem Mandir & it took three hour, because gate of Mandir closes at 8. 30 PM. Next morning, we visited Krishnajanam bhoomi, Bankebihari &ISKCON temple. Total stay for one night & two days is sufficient for Mathura & Vrindaban visit.
82 reviewsPosted 3 years ago
Mathura ... A holy city
I reached Mathura after 90Min drive from Agra at night. Krishna janm bhumi area or area near holidays gaye is best to stay as rush remains till late night .. And right places for local shopping and foods ... Must watch places in Mathura are Krishna janm bhumi and don't forget to have paid thali at canteen over their .. It's plain and tasty. Dwarikadheesh temple at holi gate on bank of yamuna river, is nice place to visit .. More than temple the environment in streets of holi gate and boating in yamuna are main attractions and last but not least are Mathura ke pede . . Chiki. And banana rolls of brijwasi shop
266 reviewsPosted 3 years ago
I had been to Mathura by train in the month of December 2016. Mathura is a must-visit destination in the tourism circuit of Uttar Pradesh. The must-visit attractions around Mathura include the Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir, Kusum Sarovar and the Mathura Museum. The Krishna Janma Bhoomi is the revered birthplace of Lord Krishna who is the 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He was born in a prison cell and this is a must-visit, especially during the twin festivals of the Hindus Krishna Janmashtami and Holi. The Kusum Sarovar is 450 feet long and 60 feet deep. This is the exact place where Lord Krishna met Radha. The evening Aarti is a must-visit occasion for ardent devotees of Lord Krishna. The Mathura Museum is also known as the Curzon Museum of Archeology. This Museum houses rare artefacts dating back to the Gupta and the Kushan Empires. This museum was built in the year 1874. Interestingly, the photo of this museum has appeared on stamps issued by the Indian Government.
5 reviewsPosted 3 years ago
The best place to visit on janamastmi
Mathura is the birth place of lord krishna and being a birth place of god it is very religious place not only hindu you can find all religions here even the foreiner in indian religioua dresses. The main places to visit are gokul, janambhumi, vishram ghat, prem mandir, kans kila, dwarika dish temple and many more.
2 reviewsPosted 4 years ago
Though we stayed at Vrindavan, we visited Mathura's Krishna's Janamsthal . Outside the temple the guides trouble you, but as you enter the temple due to the police you're safe. The overall experience was fine . At Vrindavan, it was difficult to get through some temples like the Banke Bihare, but other temples were peaceful and good to visit.
2 reviewsPosted 4 years ago
Holy Land of Lord Krishna
This would be the one of those important place for must visit. Those who love to visit religious places or want to dig out belief and myths about Hinduism must visit Mathura and nearby places. Such a amazing place for those who believe on god. Awesome experience. I'm 2times visit there. I'm also excited where come my next trip for Mathura. Must visit place:-Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple ,.
13 reviewsPosted 4 years ago
A magical destination
I was little unfortunate on that trip, been there post Diwali . . Things didn't worked out as I planned, I was there for hardly 4 hours. But what I felt was magical. Goosebumps at every temple we visited to bow our head. Out of words to write my experience in words I forgot everything running in my mind as soon as I saw the idol of Lord Krishna. Mathura was on my list for long time, felt good that I finally been there Don't get lured by the Pujaris out there, Pujaris know very well that how to scoop out your money, and the saying is true that God wants our devotion not money. Visited PagalBaba temple and Prem temple on my way back. And most important, if you're in Mathura don't skip local food, especially chat, made in pure ghee, and lots of love to add more flavor.
276 reviewsPosted 4 years ago
Holy Land of Lord Krishna
This would be the one of those important place for must visit. Those who love to visit religious places or want to dig out belief and myths about Hinduism must visit Mathura and nearby places. Primary attraction of this city is Krishna Janmbhumi followed by Dwarkadhish temple, Vishram ghat etc. Once you cover these places in Mathura city you must walk to nearby famous places like Vrindavan, Govardhan, Nandgaon, Gokul and Barsana etc. Transport options are easily available. All the attractions in Mathura city can be covered in one or one and half day in non peak seasons. If you visit on weekends or festival time keep much time.