About This Tour

Nidhivan and Reti Raman are two significant places in Vrindavan, a town associated with the divine pastimes of Lord Krishna in Uttar Pradesh, India.

Nidhivan is a revered grove that holds great spiritual importance. It is believed to be the sacred forest where Lord Krishna and Radha along with their divine associates performed their enchanting Raslila dance. Devotees believe that even today, the divine couple engages in their eternal dance in the mystical ambience of Nidhivan during the moonlit nights. The grove is known for its dense foliage, ancient trees, and an atmosphere filled with devotion and mysticism.

Reti Raman refers to the sandy banks of the Yamuna River in Vrindavan. It is believed to be the place where Lord Krishna would play and engage in various pastimes with his beloved gopis (cowherd girls). The sandy shores of Reti Raman hold a special significance as they witnessed the divine love and playful interactions between Krishna and the gopis. Devotees visit this sacred spot to meditate, immerse themselves in the pastimes of Lord Krishna, and experience a sense of divine bliss.

Both Nidhivan and Reti Raman offer devotees a unique opportunity to connect with the divine and experience the eternal love of Radha and Krishna. These places serve as reminders of the divine leelas and hold a special place in the hearts of devotees who seek spiritual solace and a deeper understanding of the divine love and devotion celebrated in Vrindavan.

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