Janmashtami is one of the most popular festivals of Hindus. Dedicated to Lord Krishna, this festival is celebrated with great endeavour, not only in India but also in the various parts of the world. It is believed that Lord Krishna was born on this
Heralded as Krishna Janma Bhumi, Mathura was the famous place where the eighth incarnation of Vishnu Lord Krishna was born and later ruled by him. History says this temple was destroyed and rebuilt 17 times in history. Mathura is notably one of the famous four pilgrim sites of Hinduism with the other three being Haridwar, Rameshwaram and Badrinath. Mathura invites a large number of pilgrims year on year and the destination houses a large number of highly energized temples. Pujas and holy acts done at this sacred place are believed to give manifold benefits. Hence devotees fondly perform several spiritual activities in this place to win the blessings of Lord Krishna.
Unique Specialty of Mathura
Mathura is associated with a great religious sanctity and is one of the oldest cities in Hinduism mentioned in the Puranas and also in the epic Ramayan. It is counted among the seven holy cities of India namely Ayodhya, Mathura, Maya (Haridwar), Kashi, Kanchi, Avantika (Ujjain) and Puri.
This famous pilgrimage destination is lined up with a large number of temples centred on the life of Lord Krishna dedicated to various events and aspects of His life and divine mission.
Benefits of doing puja at Mathura
The pujas done at Mathura are believed to give immense benefits to the subjects as their benefits are magnified by the blessings of Lord Vishnu.
Mathura is filled with powerful divine vibrations from times immemorial and hence the charities, pujas and activities done at this sacred city can alleviate poverty, bring prosperity and fill the subject’s life with happiness and success.