The Birla mandir of Mathura was built by Jugal Kishore Birla in memory of his parents and all Bhagvad Gita, which is slated on the pillars of the temple. It is a Prominent hindu pilgrimage dedicated to Lord Lakshmi Narayan.
The architecture of this temple enveloped the magnificence and grandeur carvings and paintings. The total area of Mandir affirmed well to serve serene ambience to the devotee.
About the temple:
The Birla Mandir temple is built of red sandstone and skilled craftmanship of pillar carving and marble walls hold beautiful paintings of Shri krishna, Shri Hanuman, other god and goddesses.
Beside Main temple of the complex, there is field corporate with seesaw for children and family fun.
Mandir is located about 6kms from Mathura city on the outskirts of Mathura on Mathura-Vrindavan road.
Major Attractions of Temple:
The Gita Stambh– a tall pillar rising up to some height signifying the victory of Truth over Adharm as was witnessed in the Mahabharata War, where Lord Sri Krishna takes the side of the true Pandavas, becoming the charioteer of Arjuna during the course of which the Divine Lord imparts wisdom to a diffident but otherwise mighty, strong and powerful warrior, Arjuna. On this Victory Tower built of red sandstone were slated the holy Teachings of the Lord on the Rannbhumi of Kurukshetra, popularly known as Srimad Bhagavad Gita – the priceless gift of the benevolent Lord to the entire humanity.
The other structure is a Temple of Shri Hanuman, an eleventh incarnation of the powerful Lord Siva. The idol here is most fascinating with all the decorations thereon truly befitting Sri Hanuman, who is also known as Sundara – the beautiful one! Lord Siva being the conqueror of Yama, the God of Death, who is the keeper of the Direction of South, Lord Hanuman faces South in this temple.
Apart from these, the main temple resides the idols of Sri Lakshmi-Narayan and other deities.
Entry Fees, Aarti Timings & Mandir Opening Timings:
There is no Entry Fees to visit the temple and the temple is open all days with seasonal timings are as follows: 5:00am to 12:00pm in the morning & 2:00pm to 9:00 pm in the evening during summer and 5:30am to 12:00pm in the morning & 2:00pm to 8:30pm in the evening during winter. The timings are subjected to change on special occasions, festivals & events.