Mathura is the abode of Lord Krishna based on the banks of river Yamuna and it has a great religious sanctity among the Hindus, the local natives called a brijwasi used to call him lalla which is a form of showing their love and devotion to their diety.
It also has one of the oldest historical records. Even Mathura is mentioned in the epic Ramayan. It is on record that Mathura was one of the capitals of Kushan King Kanishka (130AD).
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Some of the famous temples in Mathura are: Shree Krishna Janmsthan, Govind Dev Temple, Rangaji Temple, Dwarikadhish Temple, Bankey Bihari Temple, Birla Mandir, Prem Mandir and the ISKCON Temple.

Gokul, Barsana and Goverdhan are the other township associated with the legend of Lord Krishna. Gokul is the hideout where Lord Krishna was secretly brought up- away from the eyes of his maternal uncle Kansa. His consort Radha belonged to Barsana, where the unique Holi festival Latthamar Holi is celebrated with great enthusiasm. At Goverdhan, Krishna raised a mighty mountain on his little finger to protect the locals from the wrath of rain-god Indra.

राधे मेरी स्वामिनी, मैं राधे की दास,
जनम जनम मोहे दीजिये राधे, वृन्दावन में वास।

It is a popular destination where many people come every year to wed and asked the blessing of the eternal love of Radha and Krishna.

If you find your ideal match than surely it will be a blessing to tie your knot in the land of holy Mathura.

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