Shree Radha Raman at Vrindavan

Shree Radha Raman at Vrindavan, Vraj Mandal:
Radha Ramanji mandir was established by Shri Gopal Bhatta Goswami.
(The darshan photos are from an old collection of June 2009)
This beautiful Deity  Self-manifested It Self from a Shaligram Shila and has a mystic smile on His face.
Shree Radha Ramanji.

Shree Radha Ramanji

Except for Vrindadevi, Shree Radha-Ramanaji is the only  original Deity of Vrindavan who never left to go to Jaipur.

This is a Jhanki of Phool Bangla of that day

This is a Jhanki of Phool Bangla of that day

Shree Radha Raman’s Appearance Place is in the Radha-Raman Temple. The deity was installed on the full moon day in the month of Vaishaka (April-May) in the year 1542.

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This Granth describes the details of this sacred mandir; shown to us by the sewaks here.

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The main entrance to this ancient mandir

The main entrance to this ancient mandir

The Idol is a Self manifested deity out of the Shaligram Shila. It is over 500 years old. Radha Raman is a heritage temple where standards of worship are highest in Vrindavan.

Mandir before the darshans opened

Mandir before the darshans opened

Shree Radha Raman Temple was established by Shri Gopal Bhatt Goswami. He is one of the six Goswamis of Vrindavan who followed the principles of Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.

Jai Ho!

 

 

2 thoughts on “Shree Radha Raman at Vrindavan

  1. Hi Abhaji,

    I am planning to visit Gokul and Vrindavan in mid-July.
    If you know for GUjaratis there are 22 “Bethak”.
    Do you have any idea about how to cover few Bethak in 4 days, as I have limited time.
    It will be great help if you can give me contact detail who can organize. We are 2 people.

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