Vrindaban

Vrindaban

(vrĭn'dəbŭn`), formerly

Brindaban,

town, Uttar Pradesh state, central India, on the Yamuna River. Legends about the youth of the Hindu god Krishna center about the town, which is a popular pilgrim site. There are c.1,000 shrines, chiefly from the 16th cent., including the elegant Red Temple of Krishna.
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He has since won the Padma Vibhushan, the second-highest civilian award in India, and the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres title; worked on Hindi films such as Silsila, Lamhe, Chandni and Darr ; collaborated with legends such as the Beatles; and opened two centres to teach music, in Mumbai and Odisha, Vrindaban Gurukul.
He had to his credit the establishment of Maths and Temples for Prabhu Jagadbandhusundar in Nabadwip, Puri, Vrindaban, Krishnanagar and Calcutta (including the latest Mahanam Angan in Raghunathpur on VIP Road) in India with its Head quarter at Faridpur Shri Angan and at several places in Bangladesh.
7) Klaus Klostermeier, Hindu and Christian in Vrindaban.
Swapna Sharma (now at Yale), herself born and raised in Vrindaban and a specialist in the Krishna bhakti tradition.
Panditji is the founder of Vrindaban Gurukul, which was established for propagating and training this divine art.
like Avenue 71 at Sohna Road, Gurgaon, CHD City in Karnal, Sri Gayatrilok in Hardwar and Sri Krishnalok in Vrindaban have been successfully conceived and executed under the philosophy of Innovating at each step.
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Peter's Chair in Christian Philosophy with the Institute of Indian Philosophy in Vrindaban U.
Vrindaban, March 24 (ANI): Hundreds of devotees including foreigners on the banks of the Holy River Yamuna in Uttar Pradesh have decided to do their bit to save the river from pollution.
In addition to Hindu meditations--which involved mumbling mantras of various kinds (I even spent time with the Hare Krishnas in Vrindaban where I used a 108-beaded mala to chant "Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare .
A previous "building boom" occurred in Vrindaban in the sixteenth century, when Vaishnava groups "rediscovered" the sacred places of Krishna's life and established devotional centers there.
Compared with what is considered "socially acceptable" today in the West, the writings of the Vrindaban Goswamis and their followers are quite tame.