Vrindavan a sight
Vrindavan is an important pilgrimage site 15 km away from Mathura. As soon as the name of Vrindavan comes the attention of Lord Krishna's pastimes. It was here in the forest that he created a rapport with the gopis and fascinated Radha. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, an incarnation of God, discovered the sacred places of Vrindavan that had become extinct in the course of time. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu came to Vrindavan in 1515 AD. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu directed his two beloved disciples Roop and Sanatan to reside in Vrindavan in the early 16th century, where Jeevagoswami, Radhunath Bhatt and Gopal Bhatt later met him. Vaishnava devotees came from the south in Vrindavan. He flourished so much that all the great metal workers of India came here and lived for some time. It was here in 1968 that the & nbsp; Vrindavan Research Institute & nbsp; dedicated to the Indian, especially the Braj civilization was established.
Chronology of six Goswamis
* 1486 Sri Chaitanya appeared.
* 1488 Sanatana Goswami appeared.
* 1489 Rupa Goswami appeared.
* 1494 Rahunath Raghunath Goswami appeared.
* 1503 Gopal Bhatt Goswami appeared.
* 1505 Raghunath Bhatt Goswami appeared.
* 1505 Lord Chaitanya retires.
* 1513 Jiva Goswami appeared.
* 1515 Vrindavan Darshan of Lord Chaitanya.
* 1531 Raghunath Bhatt Goswami came to Vrindavan.
* 1534 Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu disappeared.
* 1535 Jeeva Goswami comes to Vrindavan.
* 1542 Radha Damodar Aaradhya, first service worship.
* 1542 Radha Ramana Aaradhya, first service worship.
* 1545 Jeeva Goswami bought land in Radha Kund.
* 1552 Roop Goswami wrote devotional nectar.
* 1558 Sranatana Goswami disappeared.
* Land Acquisition in 1558 Radha Damodar.
* 1564 Roop Goswami disappeared.
* 1570 Visit of Jeeva Goswami of Emperor Akbar in Vrindavan.
* 1571 Raghunath Das Goswami disappeared.
Major temple in Vrindavan
* Radha Madan Mohan Temple
* Govind Dev Temple
* Radha Gopinath Temple
* Radharaman Temple
* Radha Damodar Temple
* Radha Gokulanand Temple
* Radha Shyam Sundar
* Banke Bihari Temple
* Radha Vallabh Temple
* Krishna Balaram (Iskkan) Temple