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Shri Giriraj Ji

Govardhana is a 8km long hill located near the town of Vrindavana, in the Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is considered sacred especially in the Vaishnava traditions within Hinduism. Known as Govardhan or Giriraj; it is the sacred center of Braj and is identified as a natural form of Shri Krishna

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  • Brahmsabandha is a process, where after fasting for one full day(consuming fruits and milk only) one is given the Krishna "Gadhya Mantra" in front of a Deity "Swaroop" by a Vallabhkul Goswami after which tulsi leaves (Indian Basil) are offered to the lotus feet of the Lord.

  • Pushtimarg (The Path Of Grace) is a sect of the Hindu religion, founded by Shrimad Vallabhacharya (known as Mahaprabhuji.) Shri Vallabhacharya is one of the five main Acharyas of the Hindu Religion. (The other four being Shankaracharya, Shri Ramanujacharya, Shri Madhavacharya and Shri Nimbarkacharya.)

  • The Pillars of Pushtimarg are:
    1. Raag (playing and hearing traditional Haveli music), 2. Bhog (offering pure vegetarian food that does not contain vegetables as onion, garlic, cabbage, carrots, and a few others), 3. Vastra & Shringar (decorating the deity with beautiful clothes and adorning the deity with jewellery)

  • “Seva is the most important way to attain Pushti in Pushtimarg and has been prescribed by Vallabhacharya as the fundamental tenet. All principles and tenets of Shuddhadvaita Vaishnavism stem out from here.


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Shringaar Darshan
7:30 PM


Shayan Darshan
8:30 PM


In vaartas Jatipura popular as “Gopalpur” only

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    Madhavendra Yeti of Chaitanya Sampradaya used to reside in the taleti of Shri Girirajji in Vraj. Vrajvasi called him by name ‘Jai Bawa’. Vrajvasi started settling near his house. This is how the village got its name “Jatipura”. According to a second opinion, Shri Gusaiji’s second son, Shri Giridharji was famous by the name Yatiji. So because of this also it is believed that this village is called Jatipura. First, this village was famous by the name “Gopalpur” as Shrinathji’s one of the names is “Gopal” because he loves cows. Here a big Gaushala was made for Shrinathji’s cows. Thus this village was called “Gopalpur”. In vaartas this place is popular as “Gopalpur” only. Jatipura name is not traced in vaartas. So it can be speculated that this place must have got the name Jatipura only after the era of Shri Gokulnathji & Shri Hariraiji.

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    Shrinathji’s Temple:

    In Jatipura between the place of Mukharvind & Dandvati Sheela, there is a temple of Shrinathji on Shri Giridharji. Receiving an ordainment from Shri Mahaprabhuji, one Kshatriya named Purnamall had built this temple at the cost of Rs. four lacs. There is a place to seat & Shaiyaa temple. There is a type of cave in the Shaiyya temple. It is told that one can reach upto Mewar from that cave. There was a Bethakji of Shri Mahaprabhuji too in this temple.

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    Shri Gokulnathji’s Mandir:

    There is a big door in front of Dandvati Sheela. Besides that there is temple of Shri Gokulnathji. Every year when Shri Gokulnathji come for Shri Goverdhan pooja from Gokul, he resides here. Shri Gokulnathji being the form of the leela of lifting Goverdhan mountain, his right is first for doing Goverdhan pooja.

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    It is situated near Giriraj Baug. When Shri Thakorji disappeared from Rasa Leela, at that time, Shri Gopijans tried to find him. They also sung Gopi Geet but could not find him. So they cried (rudan) over here. That is the reason why it is called Rudrakund which is made up from their tears.

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    Shri Mahaprabhuji’s Bethak

    When Shri Mahaprbahuji used to come to perform seva of Shrinathji in the temple, at that time after performing seva he used to sit on a nearby chotra & do Bhagwat Parayan. Once, it was late in making the samagri, at that time Shri Swaminiji came with a golden plate. Shri Mahaprabhuji told Damodardasji that today both the swaroops have taken pains (parishram) so from today do not offer Rajbhog immediately after Shringaar.

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    This Sheela is also known as Pujnisheela. Nearby there is a small Sheelakhand. That is Sundersheela with which Shri Krshna used to play.

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    Shri Mahaprabhuji’s Bethakji opposite Sundersheela

    There is Shri Mahaprabhuji’s Bethakji opposite the mukharvind of Shri Girirajji. When Shri Mahaprabhuji came here, he seated below a tree of Chokar. He had ordained his followers that we will celebrate the festivals of Diwali & Annakut here only. On the day of Annakut he offered bath of milk & Mansi Ganga’s water to Shri Girirajji & performed pooja & offered Bhog of Kunwara. He also offered 1.25 mans of rice’s annakut to Shrinathji. Then Shri Mahaprabhuji did Bhagwat Parayan here.

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    Shri Gusaiji’s Tulasi Kyara

    Besides Mukharvind there is Shri Gusaiji’s tulasi kyara made up of of black granite. It is made in the memory of Shri Gusaiji’s Nitya Leela, Shri Gusaiji himself along with Govindswami had entered Nitya Leela. For agnisanskaar (rites to be performed after death) he had given his uparna to Shri Giridharji.

Mukharvind, Jatipura

Mukharvind of ShreeNathji at Jatipura, Shri Govardhan, Shreeji lives in Vraj at Mathura on Giriraj Govardhan. There is His Mukharvind mandir at the base of the Giriraj, the place of His Pragatya.

Parikrama of Girirajji


Shree Krishn Chander (as mentioned in the Garg Samhita), also did this parikrama. Shri Vallabhacharya, Shri Gusainji have also done the parikrama. Bhakts do this parikrama in different ways: Walking on foot; Walking with a pitcher of milk, with the milk flowing very slowly through the vessel; Dandwat parikrama is the most tough, where the bhakts do a complete dandwat all through the parikrama. This is difficult as it may take nearly 10 – 15 days for completing. The parikrama begins after a dandvat to Girirajji and Mahaprabhuji. Many bhakts like doing this parikrama bare foot. The parikrama maarg is also divided in three different ways. There is the Panch kos (15 kms), this route goes from Govardhan village to Anyor village and skips Radha Kund in the parikrama. Saat kos (21 kms), this begins from the Mukharvind at Jatipura goes to Govardhan village-Mansi Ganga-Udhav Kund-Radha Kund-Anyor village-Govind Kund-Puchri village-Surbhi Kund completing at the Mukharvind. Nau kos (27 kms) parikrama. In the nau kos parikrama Chandra Sarovar is added after crossing Govardhan village. This parikrama begins from near Mansi Ganga which is on the waist of Shri Govardhan.

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