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Radha Gokulananda Temple in Vrindavan

Radha Gokulananda Temple is located between the Radha Raman Temple and Kesi Ghat in Vrindavan. Sri Krishna is worshipped here as Gokulananda. The temple has two sets of murtis of Radha and Krishna. The two set of murtis were worshipped by Loknatha Goswami and Vishwanath Chakravarthi.

The temple has three courtyards. The first courtyard is a closed one and it has numerous Tulsi plants. The second courtyard is meant for prayers. The murtis are housed in the third courtyard.

One set of murtis are small and the other set is big. Both the murtis of Sri Krishna is black in color and is depicted as playing the flute.

Apart from the murti of four murtis of Sri Krishna and Radha, there is a golden colored murti of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. There is a Govardhan Shila (stone) in the temple which has the thumb impression of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.

Apart from the murtis, the temple also houses the Samadhis of Loknatha Goswami, Vishwanath Chakravarthi and Narottama Dasa.

Holi, Sri Krishna Janmashtami and Radha Ashtami are the most important festivals in the temple.