On the road that connects the city of Jaipur to the
three famous forts of Amer, Jaigarh and Nahargarh, you
come across a beautiful valley known as Kanak Vrindavan
Valley. The valley that houses beautiful meadows and
sprawling landscapes is a delight for a nature lover.
The amazingly beautiful temple of Kanak Vrindavan Temple
in Jaipur nestles in the midst of the valley that is
known for its picturesque beauty. Kanak Vrindavan Temple
in Jaipur is known for its beautiful location and also
for the beautiful architecture of the temple.
The construction of this temple goes back to the era
of Sawai Raja Jai Singh II. It is believed that when
Aurangzeb was destructing all the Hindu temples, Raja
Jai Singh II went overnight to Vrindavan and brought
seven pairs of idols of Radha-Krishna. He constructed
separate temples for all seven of them in Jaipur. The
Govind Dev Ji temple at Kanak Vrindavan Temple in Jaipur
is among those seven temples that were constructed by
Jai Singh II. Apart from the temple of Govind Dev Ji,
a temple of Shri Natwar Ji is also located at Kanak
Vrindavan complex. Both these temples at Kanak Vrindavan
valley are a magnum opus as far as the architecture
is concerned. The visitors arriving here would be delighted
to see beautiful fresco paintings on the walls and stunning
panni work that is unique to this temple. The chatris,
mesh and mirror work in the temple are extremely beautiful.
The Kanak Vrindavan Temple in Jaipur was constructed
hundreds of years back but it still holds a lot of religious
significance. Every year the Teej and Gangaur processions
coming from Amer stop here for some time to offer prayers
to the deities at Kanak Vrindavan Temple in Jaipur.
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