About: Tirthraj Vimal Kund

About - Tirthraj Vimal Kund (Kaman, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India)

This photo was taken during Braj Chaurasi (84) Kos Yatra.

(English translation)

Nanda-Yashoda, the father-mother of Shri Krishna in Dwaparayuga, made the desire to perform all the pilgrimages.

Seeing the old age of the parents, Shri Krishna called all the pilgrimages to the Vimal Kund and gave it the title of Teerthraj.

There are Siddhapeeths of all four sects (Ramanuja, Madhavgoud, Nimbarka, and Vishnuswami) around the Vimal Kund, and many reputed or established temples and ashrams.

(Excerpted from the book “Mein Kamvan Hu”)

About: Mandir Shri Kameshwar Mahadev

About - Mandir Shri Kameshwar Mahadev (Kaman, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India)

(English translation)

Kameshwar Mahadev is one of the four main Mahadevs of Brajmandal. They have been established by Vajranabh, the great-grandson of Shri Krishna. The white Kundli Purush, born from the body of Brahma Ji, has appeared in the form of Kameshwar Mahadev. The journey of Kawadis to bathe the Mahadevs of Braj is completed after bathing Kameshwar Mahadev.

(Excerpted from the book “Mein Kamvan Hu”)

This photo was taken during Braj Chaurasi (84) Kos Yatra.

About: Gochar Leela Sthal, Charan Pahadi, Kaman

About - Gochar Leela Sthal, Charan Pahadi, Kaman (Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India)

This photo was taken at Mandir Sri Charan Pahadi (Bhudaka village), Kaman in Bharatpur, Rajasthan during Braj Chaurasi (84) Kos Yatra.

(English translation)

In Luk Luk Kund, Lord Krishna was playing the game of Luka Chuppee (hide and seek) with the cowherds. From there Lord Krishna disappeared. The cowherds search for a long time but did not find Lord Krishna.

Cowherds started sacrificing their lives in the separation of Krishna, then Shri Krishna stood on the stone and played the flute, which make the stone soft and became the symbol of Lord Shri Krishna’s feet.

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