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Kripaluji Maharaj's Prem Mandir will be inaugurated on 17th February
Tags : Kripaluji Maharaj,Prem Mandir Vrindavan,Lord Krishna,17th February
Mayank Kumar  | Monday, Feb 13 2012 8:49PM IST
Kripaluji Maharaj's Prem Mandir will be inaugurated on 17th February
Vrindavan: The inauguration of Kripaluji Maharaj's Prem Mandir will be held on 17th February between the Vedic hymns.The Prem Mandir has taken 11 years and expanses over Rs. 150 crore.The temple in Vrindavan, shows the divine love of Lord Krishna and Radha.The big Italian marble has been used to create this temple and thousands of labors from Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh has contributed in this dream project.They built it in Vrindavan in 54 acres, and its height is 125 feet, length 122 feet and 115 feet wide.This temple is ornamented with beautiful fountains, Radha Krishna statues, Sri. Govardhan Leela and has decorated the beautiful gardens of the Tableaux.Swami Mukandanand owner's publicist said, the temple construction taken at least 11 years to complete. The temple costs around 100 crore which is collected by the thousand of Indians and devotees of Kripaluji Maharaj staying abroad. The temple will be opened from February 17th, 2012. Though, Kalash Yatra will be held on 15th February at 7 in the morning.After the prayers, a balloon show will be organized.The launch of the temple in the country-will be attended by thousand of devotees staying abroad. Their fooding and lodging will be arranged by the temple administration.The love temple architecture has been designed in a way that character, distinction of race, nation leaves all these behind let everyone to enjoy the divine love.