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Exploring Spiritual Journeys: Tracing the Footsteps of Lord Krishna on Janmashtami

“Happiness is a state of the mind that has nothing to do with the external world – Lord Krishna.”

As we celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna on Janmashtami, let us take an enchanting voyage
through Lord Krishna’s sacred abodes where his presence still lingers. At TLN Connect, we
believe that travel is not just about exploring new horizons; it’s also about delving into the rich
tapestry of culture and spirituality that our world offers.

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Let’s embark on this spiritual odyssey together, create memories that will resonate with your
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As the birthplace of Lord Krishna, Mathura commands a strong presence
amongst a throng of pilgrims who visit this pious ‘Bhoomi’ every year.

o Visit the Krishna Janmasthan Complex. It is believed to have been built at the exact
location where lord Krishna was born

o Trek up Govardhan Hill near Mathura – A six-hour trek in the town of Govardhan takes
you to the top of this 80ft-tall sandstone hill. On your way, take a dip in the famed Radha
Kund and Shyam Kund by temples steeped in Krishna lore.



This is the town where infant Lord Krishna was brought up in secrecy by his foster
mother Yashoda.

o Sri Nand Bhawan Temple is the most important place to visit in Gokul and is also known
as Nand Mahal

o Chaurasi Khamba Temple – The entire temple is supported by 84 beautiful pillars or
khamba. It is said that if you try to count the pillars here, you will not be able to do so.


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It was here that Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha’s love story bloomed, and all
the stories of the notorious side of the Lord with Gopis were based on.

o Vrindavan Parikrama (clockwise circumambulation of sacred entities) – This ritual in
Vrindavan is around 13 kilometers long and it takes approximately three hours to
complete it on foot.

o Celebrate Holi – Holi is a festival that is celebrated with the utmost enthusiasm in the city
of Vrindavan. Apart from colors, Vrindavan is known for other elements including various
flowers or even lathis.

Indraprastha, Delhi

The city, on the banks of Yamuna river which (according to the
Mahabharata) had been cleared by Krishna and Arjuna to build their kingdom.

o Iskcon Temple, East Of Kailash – This divine and grand temple houses beautiful idols of
Radha & Krishna, a Vedic museum and also a restaurant.

o Birla Temple/ Laxmi Narayan Temple – To celebrate the birth of lord Krishna, the entire
temple is adorned with twinkling lights, stunning flowers and so much more making it a


Chavakkad Beach @aishwarya_raghavan

The Guruvayur Temple is a temple dedicated to Guruvayurappan, a form of
Vishnu, but popularly known as Krishna, located in Guruvayur, Kerala.

o Chavakkad Beach – The serene beach is a famous tourist attraction as well as a
shooting location.

o Palayur Church – Founded by Apostle St Thomas, it is an important Christian pilgrimage



The Jagannath (an abstract representation of Krishna) is famous for its annual Ratha
Yatra, in which the three principal deities are pulled on huge and elaborately decorated temple

o Puri Beach – It is flocked to by devotees who visit it for a purification dip before they visit
the temple.

o Pipili – a nearby town is famous for the abundant handicraft products which are available
here for sale.


Dwarka Beach @akram_nariya72

According to Hindu belief, it was Lord Krishna’s terrestrial kingdom located in
Jamnagar district of Gujarat’s Saurashtra region.

 Dwarkadish Temple – It was constructed in the 16th century and is popularly known as
the Jagat Temple amongst devotees.

 The Dwarka lighthouse – Is one of the major tourist attractions in Dwarka.


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It is best known as the place where the great battle of the Mahabharata was
fought and Lord Krishna spoke the Bhagavad-Gita.

 Brahma Sarovar Tank – is a sacred waterbody in Thanesar.

 The Shri Krishna Museum – It has on display stone sculptures, bronze castings, leaf
etchings, miniature paintings, clay pottery and terracotta artifacts.


It is at this spot that Lord Krishna received a fatal wound from the arrow of a hunter
who mistook Krishna’s partly visible left foot for that of a deer.

 Panch Pandav Gufa – The location of the temple here is such that one can view the
entire city and get mesmerized just by looking at it.

 Devalia Safari Park – It has lions, leopards, foxes, mongoose and blackbuck – the latter
being lion fodder.

As we conclude this enchanting voyage through Lord Krishna’s sacred abodes, we are
reminded that travel is not just a physical journey; it’s a soulful exploration. TLN Connect is here
to support your dreams and aspirations through our travel school online. Happy travels, and
may Lord Krishna’s blessings guide your path.

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