कृष्णस्य अचिन्त्यं रूपं यत् स्वयं प्रकृतेः परम्।
न मनसा न वाचा नैव ज्ञातुं शक्यं जगत्पतिम्॥

Krishna, whose single gesture makes even the gods tremble, is famous for his friendship and love in the land of Vrindavan. How astonishing it is that the Supreme Lord plays as an innocent child’s friend.

Welcome to Vrindavan Rasamrit

Welcome to Vrindavan Rasamrit. Here we talk about the invaluable heritage of Sanatan Dharma, which includes the uniqueness of not only Shri Krishna but also every deity and religious belief. Our mission is to provide you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the essence of Sanatan Dharma, the essence of joy and devotion.

With images of the serene nature of Vrindavan, the ethereal beauty of the temples, and the purity of the Yamuna River. There is an infinite variety of religious beliefs and depictions of Gods and Goddesses, which give the message of devotion and love.

We share here the specialty of Sanatan Dharma and the glory of Bhakti, so that every devotee can experience His blissful life and achieve newness and excellence in his religious relations. We believe that the power and preciousness of Sanatan Dharma will always remain permanent.

Explore the endless thrilling stories of Vrindavan and experience the glory of Sanatana Dharma. Experience the uniqueness of Sanatan Dharma on our detailed page and open the doors of divine bliss.

Articles which will definitely connect you with Shri Krishna

Most Beautiful Geets of Bhagwat Mahapurana

Rudra Geet

When Shivaji was pleased with the Prachetas and gives them divine Darshan, Shiva himself, through his divine voice, sings the divine praises of Shri Krishna to the Prachetas.

Venu Geet

When Shri Krishna along with his childhood friends goes to Giriraj Govardhan to graze cows and when Shri Krishna sings the sweet sound of Venu from his lips, then the Gopis narrate while sitting in their home in Vrindavan.

Gopi Geet

On the night of Sharad Purnima, when the Gopis gather in Nidhivan to play Raas, a little lust and pride awakens in them and as soon as this happens, Shri Krishna leaves and the Gopis sing this song in absence of Shri Krishna.