Nidhi Van at Vraj Mandal

The sacred, divine Nidhivan at Vrindavan;

Nidhi Van-This is one of the Leela bhoomi of the Divine:

In this sacred kunj, the divine couple Radha and Krishn sometimes rest after performing the raas-lila dance. There is a small mandir which is the Shringar-ghar of Shreemati Radharani, called Rang – Mahal, where a bed is kept for them to rest. It is also here that Krishn decorates Radharani.

Another mandir is here; called Banke Bihari Pragatya Sthali; the divine murti of Bankey Bihari Appeared from this place.

There is another mandir here called the Bansi Chor Radharani, which shows Her playing Krishn’s flute; Her two close sakhis, Lalita and Vishaka stand here with Her.

You can also see the sacred kund which is known as Vishaka’s Kund.

Swami Haridas did bhajan here; his samadhi is here.

 

The decorative main entrance

The decorative main entrance

Closer view of this gate

Closer view of this gate

Like every other place there are many beggars and sadhus sitting outside the gate

Like every other place there are many beggars and sadhus sitting outside the gate

Nidhi van-Leela Bhumi of the Divine

Nidhi van-Leela Bhumi of the Divine

Nidhi Van-Leela bhoomi of the Divine:There are three mandirs here;This is the place where Krishn decorates Radharani before the raas-Rang-Mahal;Swami Haridas found Banke Bihari here; Bansi Chor Radha Rani

The Divine KrishnRadha are believed to take rest in this van even today

The Divine KrishnRadha are believed to take rest in this van even today

A pathway through the bushes

A pathway through the bushes

The sacredness of this bhoomi can be felt if one enters with pure bhao and shraddha;

The sacredness of this bhoomi can be felt if one enters with pure bhao and shraddha;

The intertwined branches which symbolise Divine Urjas

This tree is opposite the Rang-Mahal; people worship here

This tree is opposite the Rang-Mahal; people worship here

Radha Ranis "Shringar Ghar"-Rang Mahal.

Radha Ranis “Shringar Ghar”-Rang Mahal.

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The Prakatya Sthal of Banke Bihari

The Prakatya Sthal of Banke Bihari

Mandir dedicated to Shrimati Radha Rani, as "Banshi Chor"

Mandir dedicated to Shrimati Radha Rani, as “Banshi Chor”

The sacredness of this bhumi can be felt if one enters with pure bhao and shraddha;There are yet some Divine Shaktis which visit here from time to time

The sacredness of this bhumi can be felt if one enters with pure bhao and shraddha;There are yet some Divine Shaktis which visit here from time to time

A greener view of this sacred place. The vibrational levels is amazing

A greener view of this sacred place. The vibrational levels is amazing

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In the monsoons months, it becomes very green and fresh here. It sort of changes the look from the dry which you saw in the earlier pictures to a bright green

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Look how close the housing has come; someone please do something to preserve whatever is left of the divya place

Look how close the housing has come; someone please do something to preserve whatever is left of the divya place

Divine Urjas are here and can be felt with pure faith

Divine Urjas are here and can be felt with pure faith

Jai ShreeKrishn, Radhe Krishn

Jai ShreeKrishn, Radhe Krishn

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A website for Sewa Kunj:

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Jai Shree Krishn- Radhe Krishn!!!!

Jai Shreeji!!

merged swarup

Vrindavan Pictures-Shyam Van

The serenity of Shyam Van

The serenity of Shyam Van

The pure 'ruj' of Vrindavan at Shyam Van

The pure 'ruj' of Vrindavan at Shyam Van

The Divine land of ShreeKrishnRadha

The Divine land of ShreeKrishnRadha

The tree from where one can hear the Divine Flute if the required silence and purity is there

The tree from where one can hear the Divine Flute if the required silence and purity is there

The merged trees

The merged trees

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