Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple is located in Mathura near the railway station. This Temple is distinguished as the place of birth of Lord Krishna. It is a popular belief that nearly 5000 years ago Lord Krishna was born in the prison of tyrant King Kansa in Mathura. During Aurangzeb's reign the temple was demolished on his instructions and the Jama Masjid was built on the site by the local governor, Abe-In-Nabir Khan. Few years back the remnants of the old temple could be seen behind the mosque but now been modern buildings have covered it.
Dwarkadheesh Temple is located near the eastern banks of river Yamuna in Uttar Pradesh. The temple was constructed in 1814 and is located in a central place in the city of Mathura. The Dwarkadheesh Temple in Mathura is considered to be one of most visited temples in the city. The architecture of the temple is very interesting with beautiful carvings and paintings. Festivals like Holi, Janmashtami and Diwali are celebrated with lot of pomp and grandeur in the temple.
The Vishram Ghat in Mathura is one of the most important ghats as the traditional parikrama starts and ends at this place. The parikrama is the circumambulation of all the major religious and cultural places of Mathura. It is believed that Lord Krishna washed his feet in the Yamuna River and rested at the Vishram Ghat after killing Kansa.
The Government Museum is Located near the Dampier Park in Mathura and can be visited throughout the year by the tourists. The museum was founded by Sir F.S Growse in 1874. The museum is famous for ancient sculptures of the ancient Mathura school and is one of the leading museums of Uttar Pradesh. The Government museum of Mathura is one of the major attractions as there is a huge collection of sculpture of the Mathura school. Also known as the Mathura museum, the place is extensively used for research and study work.
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