The exact location of Lord Krishna’s house in Gokul is unknown. However, there are a number of temples in Gokul that are believed to be located on the site of his childhood home.
One of the most popular temples is the Gokulnanda Temple, also known as the Chaurasi Khamba Temple (84 Pillars Temple). This temple is said to be built on the site of the house where Krishna lived with his foster parents, Nand and Yashoda. The temple has 84 pillars, which represent the 84 lakh (8.4 million) cowherd boys who were Krishna’s friends.
Another popular temple is the Nand Bhavan Temple. This temple is said to be located on the site of the house where Krishna’s foster father, Nand, lived. The temple has a number of shrines dedicated to Krishna, Nand, and Yashoda.
It is important to note that these temples are not historical buildings. They were built many centuries after Krishna’s time. However, they are still popular pilgrimage sites for Hindus who believe that they are located on the site of Krishna’s childhood home.
In addition to the temples, there are a number of other places in Gokul that are associated with Krishna’s childhood. These include:
- The Yamuna River: Krishna is said to have spent many of his childhood days playing on the banks of the Yamuna River.
- The Govardhan Hill: Krishna is said to have lifted the Govardhan Hill on his finger to protect the cowherds from a storm.
- The Radha Kund: This is a sacred pool where Krishna and Radha are said to have bathed and played.
These places are all popular pilgrimage sites for Hindus who believe that they are associated with Krishna’s childhood.tuneshareGoogle itmore_vertadd_circlesend_spark
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