The sacred and divine love of Radha and Krishna is preserved in the holy country of Vrindavan. One symbol of this love is the Radha Vallabh Temple. Having been built in 1585, it is the oldest and longest-lasting temple. The court of Akbar, the emperor of the time, gave Sundardas Bhatnagar permission to build this shrine. Goswami Hit Harivansh Mahaprabhu created it.
Hinduism and Islam are in active communication in this historic temple thanks to its mediaeval architecture. Red sandstone, which was formerly employed primarily for erecting imperial structures, lofty palaces, and royal forts, was used to construct this magnificent temple. This incredible temple’s walls are 10 feet thick and twice penetrated.
This magnificent temple was built in an eclectic style. It is said that Lord Shiva gave the Lord Radha Vallabh idol to Atmadeva Brahman’s ancestor at Mount Kailash, where he went for worship and penance. This statue was afterwards erected on a high cliff on the Yamuna side by Goswami Hit Harivansh Mahaprabhu.
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