Govind Dev Ji Jaipur Time Table

Govind Dev Ji Jaipur Time Table

Govind Dev Ji Jaipur Time TableGovind Dev Ji Jaipur

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History Of Temple 

Govind Dev ji temple Vrindavan was built in 1590 (AD 1647). This was done under the supervision of Mr. Rupa Goswami, the Master, and Mr. Kalyandas, the Sanatan Guru. The entire construction of Shri Govind Dev Ji Temple was spent by Raja Shri Mansingh’s son Raja Shri Bhagwan Das, Amer (Jaipur, Rajasthan). When the Muslim emperor Aurangzeb tried to destroy it, Govinddev ji was taken from Vrindavan to Jaipur, now the original deity is in Jaipur.

The Deity (statue) of the adorable Govind Devji of Jaipur is said to be the manifest form of Lord Krishna. According to the mythological history and stories, it is said that the Deity of Shrigovind Devji is found in the beautiful and beautiful face of Lord Krishna and the circles.

Three Deities of Lord Krishna were created. And all the three Deities are in Rajasthan. Two Deities are in Jaipur and the third Deity is famous in Karauli as Shri Madan Mohan Ji. In addition to Shri Govind Devji in Jaipur, there is also the Deity of Shri Gopinathji.This Deity is equally revered and revered, as is the Deity of Govind Dev Ji and Madan Mohan Ji. All these three Deities are considered as the manifestations of Lord Krishna. According to historians and religious beliefs, Lord Krishna’s great-grandson Bajranabh had built these three Deities.

Govind Dev Ji Temple Timings :

All days of the week

4:30 am To 12:30 pm

05:00 pm To 09:30 pm

Govind Dev Ji Aarti Timings :

Mangal Aarti : 04:30 am to 05:00 am

Dhoop Aarti : 07:30 am to 08:45 am

Shringar Aarti : 09:30 am to 10:15 am

Rajbhog : 11:00 am to 11:30 am

Gwal Aarti : 05:45 pm to 06:15 pm

Sandhya Aarti : 06:45 pm to 08:00 pm

Shayan Aarti : 09:00 pm to 09:30 pm

Govind Dev Ji Festivals :

Shri Krishna Janamashtami

Govind Dev Ji Mandir Location :

Govind Dev Ji Mandir, JDA Market, Brahampuri , Jaipur, Rajathan, India

Other Attractions Near Govind Dev Ji Temple :

. Birla Mandir

. Hawa Mahal

. Akshardham Temple

. Amer Fort

. Jal Mahal

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