Temple Profile: Mandir Shri Madan Mohan Ji
Location: From Bharatpur 55 km North- East God Worshipped: Lord Krishna
District: Bharatpur Road Distance from Jaipur: 250 Kms
Built in the year: 1885 AD Nearest Airport: Agra (85 kms)
By Shri Vithal Ji Nearest Rly. Station: Deeg (20 kms)
       

Cause of Establishment:
The temple was built in the tradition of Shuddhadwaita Pushtimarga Sampradya of Shri Ballabhacharyaji for Ashtayam Pooja of Shri Madan Mohan ji (Lord Krishna), this temple was built. The meaning of Madan Mohan, he who can enchant Madan or the God of Love.

       
Brief of the Diety:

The idol of Madan Mohanji is enshrined in the temple. The idol is 150 years old and the pooja is performed strictly in Pushtimargi tradition, for details please see Shri Gokul Chandramaji temple.

Religious sect to which the temple belongs:

Pushtimarg, Ballabh Sampradya Samptam peeth or the seventh seat of Pushtimarg.

Architecture of the Temple:
Important Architectural Characteristics:

Like all temples of Pustimarg, this temple is also built in the haveli style of architecture. It has a garbha griha, mandap, big chowk and other houses.

Material of Construction:

Locally available building material, stone sand and lime mortar have been used.

Total Construction Time: 2-3 years
Religious aspects of temple:

It has been said that this is a Pushtimargi temple in the tradition of Ballabhacharyaji. So essentially this is a temple of Lord Krishna. All Hindus especially Vaishnavas, worship the deity.

Unique features of the temple:

The temple is the seventh seat of Shuddhadwaita Pushtimargi Sampradaya of Shri Ballabhacharya.

Festivals & Fairs in Temple (Main Events):

All festivals are celebrated here, but those related to Lord Krishna are celebrated with greater gaiety. Janmasthami, Radha Asthami, Gopasthami, Hindola, Holi etc. are celebrated. Ashtayam Pooja is offered and compositions of Shri Asthachhap poets are sung. For details please see Shri Gokul Chandramaji temple.

Timings:
Morning Time: 5.00 am

Evening Time:

10.00 am
Custom & Traditions of Temple:

As usual.

Details of Temple:
Vandana (If any particular) in text:
Issues requiring global attention for conservation, protection and improvement of the temple:

The maintenance of the temple is in the hands of the Trust. The properties of the temple must be protected and its encroached lands should be restored.


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