Welcome to VrindavanRasamrit.in!

Situated on the serene banks of the Yamuna River, Vrindavan is more than just a city. It’s a universe in itself, encapsulating stories of love, devotion, miracles, and the celestial dance of Lord Krishna with His devotees. At VrindavanRasamrit.in, our mission is to immerse you in the divine ecstasy and timeless tales that reverberate in every corner of this sacred land.

Our Vision

To be a beacon for devotees, travelers, and spiritual seekers worldwide, presenting the rich tapestry of Vrindavan’s history, its vaishnav saints, and the everlasting lore of Lord Krishna.

What We Offer

  1. Deep Dive into Vrindavan – Explore the myriad temples, the secluded groves, and the enchanting ghats. Discover the places where Lord Krishna played His divine leelas, and where saints like Rupa Goswami and Sanatan Goswami performed their penances.

  2. Profiles of Vaishnav Saints – From Meerabai’s poignant songs of longing to Chaitanya Mahaprabhu’s love-filled kirtans, delve into the lives and teachings of Vaishnav saints who have kept the flame of devotion alive.

  3. Lord Krishna: Stories & Teachings – Relive the magical tales of Lord Krishna’s childhood, His divine love with Radha, and the profound messages He delivered in the Bhagavad Gita.

  4. Resources & Guides – Whether you’re planning a pilgrimage or wish to deepen your spiritual practice, find comprehensive resources including books, music, and art centered on Lord Krishna and Vrindavan Dham.

Our Journey

Founded by a group of passionate devotees, VrindavanRasamrit.in is a culmination of countless yatras and years of research. We felt a compelling need to share the nectar (rasamrit) of Vrindavan with the world, making the essence of this holy place accessible to all.

Join Us

Vrindavan is not just a destination; it’s a feeling, an emotion that resides deep within the heart. Whether you’re a devout follower or a curious soul, VrindavanRasamrit.in welcomes you with open arms. Dive deep into the well of devotion, and let your soul be stirred by the melodies of Vrindavan.

Jai Shree Krishna! Jai Shreeman Narayan! Jai SiyaRam