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Temples of Vrindaban

R K Das (Author)
Synopsis Vrindaban is one of the ancient religious centre in India. The temples and shrines of Vrindaban are of great significance from mythological point of view. This treatise has highlighted the ancient shrines of Vrindaban in great detail. The lilas of Krishna and Radha took place here. The association of Lord Krishna with Vrindaban is the main source of attraction for the people from all parts of the world. The temples of Vrindaban are the finest specimens of ancient Hindu architecture. Some of the important temples are : Gopinath temple, Jagannath temple, Govindji temple, Mira Bai temple, Shriji Mandir, Sudama Kuteer, Jaipur temples, etc. Besides there are many more temples which have been depicted in this book. The famous ISKON Temple is also in Vrindaban. Visitors from all parts of the world visit Vrindaban to see these unique temples. This book will be of great help for the readers and those who undertake research works related to temples of Vrindaban. This book has been written in lucid style and very candid description of this holy place has been made in this treatise. One can very easily find out the ancient history of Vrindaban by consulting Temples of Vrindaban.
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About the author

R K Das

Sri Rabindra Kumar Das comes from avaishnavite family of village Baudpur in the District of Balasore, Orissa. He took his M.A. degree in History from Patna University in 1930 and thereafter learnt salt manufacture in Burma. He served the Indian Salt Service for about twenty years and retired in 1961. During his long stay in South India, he took interest in South Indian temples and published his first book Temples of Temilnad in 1964. Since then four more books have followed. They are: 1. Legends of Jagannath, Puri; 2. Mysterious Konark; 3. Bhubaneswar and its Environs; and 4. Sakhigopal – Lord in the Witness-box. The present book is the result of his unwavering interest in temples of Vrindaban, where he spent a major part of his retired life consulting old and rare manuscripts and enquiring into the history of these temples.

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Bibliographic information

Title Temples of Vrindaban
Author R K Das
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1990
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Sundeep Prakashan
Language: English
isbn 8185067473
length xii+292p., 1 Map; 16 Plares; Appendix; Bibliography; Index; 26cm