Kusum Sarovar, a beautiful sandstone monument, is a 25-minute walk from Radha Kund. Kusum means “flower,” and here the gopis would pick flowers for Shree Krishn.
The ghats at this kund and the buildings above the kund were built by Jawahir Singh, the king of Bharatpur around 1764, in honor of his father Raja Surajmul.
Surajmul attacked the Mughal King of Delhi and was killed in the battle.
His son Jawahir Singh then attacked Delhi and killed the Mughal king.
On the upper level are three tombs.
The main tomb of Raja Surajmul has beautiful paintings on its ceiling depicting the pastimes of Shri Krishn and the lotus feet of Shri Krishn engraved on the floor.
There are also some paintings of Raja Surajmal in his court.
The other tombs are those of his two queens, Kishori and Hansiya.
There are beautiful paintings on the ceiling of these two tombs.
There is also a Giriraj Temple here.