Sunday, December 28, 2014

Govindji ka Mandir,Jaipur, Rajasthan

Govindji Ka Mandir  is a beautiful temple nestled in the heart of the city of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Govind means  protector of  cows, another name for  Krishna who is darling God of many all over the world. This temple was  built by Raja Sawai Jai Singh II , He built this temple in such a way so that he can see the Lord from his palace. Sawai Jai Singh  got the image of Govindji from Brindavan.

It is believed that this deity resembles exactly like the Lord Krishna when he was at birth and this image was created by Krishna's great grand son known as Bajranabh. The idol is small and decorated well.
This temple is visited by thousands of pilgrims everyday and worship is offered in the form of Aarti and Bhog 7 times a day.The Bhog  is distributed among the devotees.


 (I am back,was away from  blogging due to personal commitments. Hope and pray I will be active as I was in the past. I missed all my blogger friends, shall be visiting all of you soon).
Wish all dear friends  a Happy and Prosperous New Year!!


Flowers for the Lord 















22 comments:

  1. Happy New Year to you and your family.

    Thanks for introducing this beautiful temple. Wish you had written this post a few months ago. We were in Jaipur during the last week in October.

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  2. Thanks for leaving your comment SG, Nice to know you were in India , yes this could have been posted earlier but I was in the midst of my son's wedding.:)

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  3. Stirring images from Govindpur. Welcome back Chitra,nice to have back in blog land.Wishing you a wonderful New Year !

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    1. Thanks a lot Ramakrishnan. happy to see here too.
      I am happy to be back.
      happy new year for you too.

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  4. So happy to see you back and with such beautiful pictures.
    <3 Chitra!
    Traci

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    1. Thanks Traci..Very happy to see you too.:)

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  5. Chitra madam it is very glad to see that you are coming back to blogging again. Madam Happy New Year 2015 in advance. I hope in the new year you are traveling to many pilgrimage places of our country and share your experiences.

    Chitra madam recently i am conducted my Third Seminar on Indian Heritage and Culture. In this seminar i am sharing my collections relating to our culture and many children actively participated in my seminar and they cleared their doubts about our heritage through me.

    http://indian-heritage-and-culture.blogspot.in/2014/12/my-third-seminar-on-indian-heritage-and.html

    Chitra madam please look into my Third Seminar on Indian Heritage and Culture post and share your valuable and inspirational comment.

    Chitra madam in your collection did you have any picture postcards, postcards albums, souvenirs, paintings etc. on temples etc. Madam why i am asking because during your travels i hope you bought some picture postcards and other material at temples. Madam if you have any of these material is in spare collection with you then i request you please send some of them to me for my collection purpose and for sharing them with children in my future seminars.

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    1. Thanks for leaving your valuable comment. I will see if I have any post cards or pictures with me.
      Thanks a lot.

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  6. welcome back
    Beautiful photos
    happy new year

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  7. Welcome back Chitra.. Happy new year to you..!

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    1. Hi Sridhar, Nice seeing you. thanks a lot

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  8. Chitra mam.. hellooooooooooooo how are you doing

    that is a beautiful mandir and thank you for sharing it with us all

    Wishing you and everyone around you a very very happy new yearrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    Bikram's

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    1. Hello Bikram,,long time missed your posts. shall visit soon.

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  9. Happy New Year, dear Chitra! Much happiness, health, love and success for the year 2015!

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    1. happy to see you Martina. happy new year to you also.

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  10. Beautiful and interesting, as usual! Happy New Year to you and yours.

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  11. One of my favorite temples, can never miss visiting it when in Jaipur. Here's the link to my post I had written long back: Govind Devji Temple

    I miss you and your wonderful temple posts... so glad to have you back - Happy New Year to you and your family. :)

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  12. So glad to see you posting again. Love this temple.

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  13. How did I manage to miss this? Wondering where you had got to given your absence both here and on FB, may I now wish you and yours a belated happy new year.

    Having problems leaving comments on certain sites, my apologies if this shows up twice.

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