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Getting the Best Out of Mathura by:David H. Urmann

Getting the Best Out of Mathura by:David H. Urmann
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Mathura is interconnected with Krishna. It is very rich in history and culture.

The Mathura is known to be the land of Krishna. It was said to be that Mathura and Krishna are meant to be inseparable. The bond stems back from the time the Lord Krishna was born in Mathura. This is the place where he had lived his life from birth to death. Mathura is always reminded of the people of Krishna.

Krishna Janambhoomi temple is one important place in Mathura that tourists must go to. It is in the heart of the city. This was supposed to be in the birth place of Krishna but not made possible. The temple had just stored a stone slab of the birth place of Krishna. Another tourist spot is the Dwarkadhist temple which is a way to Yamuna. This is a brimming tourist spot all year round.

The famous Kusum Sarovar is the famous tank where milkmaids have flirted with Krishna. They have done this by giving him flowers. The government Museum also has its important role. This houses the Kushana period statues. Most of the statues here are properties of Gandhara School. These Gandhara School statues include excursions and the statues of Barsana, Nandgaon and Vrindavan. Everything placed in this museum has some sort of connection to the life of Krishna.
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Mathura offers their visitors their best milk called Ghee. Make sure you get to taste this milk at least once in your lifetime. They also have sweetmeats like Peda and Khurchan with a subtle sweet taste just right on your palettes. You can buy some to bring home as presents to your loved ones.

Mathura is slowly gaining its own respect as a tourist destination. Visitors' traffic is increasing every year. For Mathura's part, it does not fail the tourists by further enriching their tourist attractions. And part of their goal to serve also is to meet the accommodation needs of these people.

Mathura is not wont of options for temporary stay here during your visit. Here are some of the more known hotels.

The Best Western Radha Ashok is a three star hotel. This is a hotel that caters business and leisure need. They have the most modern amenities that you would need for your stay in this place. This is located in Chhattikara. They have a total of 25 well furnished rooms with temperature controlled. Even their bathrooms are well equipped with complete amenities. They also have very elegant banquet halls. It can cater up to 200 guests. The conference hall can fill up 100 guests. These function rooms can be rented for business meetings or other special occasions.

The Gaurav Hotel, Mathura is the first hotel in Goverdhan. It has a restaurant that offers purely vegetarian cuisines. The location of this hotel is at the Junction Road. They have 37 rooms all air cooled. They also have guest house and boarding house. All rooms are complete with standard amenities. The whole hotel is complete with convenient facilities.
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The Madhuvan Hotel is located at the Delhi Agra Highway. This hotel has a total of 28 rooms and suites all appointed. All rooms are fully equipped with amenities and bathrooms also fully equipped. The hotel has two restaurants - Mayur Restaurant and Garden Bar. These offer foods with live music programs, cocktails and parties. There are also business facilities offered here. Their hall can cater up to 250 persons for meetings and receptions.

These hotels offer cheap prices. So why don't try them and see if they fit your budget for you to have a nice trip to Mathura.

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Getting the Best Out of Mathura by:David H. Urmann