There is no real house of Lord Krishna in Vrindavan or Mathura. The places that are believed to be the site of Krishna’s childhood home are temples that were built many centuries after his time.
One of the most popular temples is the Nand Bhavan Temple in Nandgaon, which is about 15 kilometers from Vrindavan. The temple is said to be located on the site of the house where Krishna lived with his foster parents, Nand and Yashoda.
Another popular temple is the Gokulnanda Temple in Gokul, which is about 10 kilometers from Nandgaon. The temple is said to be built on the site of the house where Krishna played with his friends.
These temples are important pilgrimage sites for Hindus who believe that they are located on the site of Krishna’s childhood home. However, it is important to remember that they are not historical buildings and there is no archaeological evidence to support the claim that they are located on the site of Krishna’s actual home.tuneshareGoogle itmore_vertadd_circlesend_spark
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