Padmanabhaji Temple in Mathura

Padmanabhaji Temple Mathura AddressIn Chaubeya Pada, Mathura, east of the Mathura Devi Temple, is the magnificent temple of Bhagvan Shri Padmanabh popularly known as Padmanabhaji temple. The shrine houses the glorious self-manifested deity of Lord Vishnu.

Another name for the temple is Padmanabha Swayambhu Mandir. ‘Swayam’ means “self” and ‘bhu’ means “born”. Taken together, ‘Swayambhu’ thus stands for “self-manifested or self-born”.

Another theory is that the Lord Brahma, who is said to be the Creator of this Universe, was Himself born from the stem of the Lotus flower coming out of Lord Visnu’s or Bhagvan Padmanabh’s navel. It is generally believed that Shri Chaitanya had paid a visit to this wonderful temple in the year 1515.

Temple Timings


Summer (from Akshya Tratiya to Devothan Ekadashi)

Morning
Mangla 06.30 am to 07.00 am, Shrinagar 07.40 am to 07.55 am, Gwal 08.25 am to 08.45 am, Rajbhog 10.00 am to 10.30 am

Evening
Utthanpan 04.00 pm to 04.20 pm, Bhog 04.45 pm to 05.05 pm, Aarti 05.20 pm to 05.40 pm, Sayan 06.30 pm to 07.00 pm

Winter

Morning
Mangla 06.30 am to 07.00 am, Shrinagar 07.40 am to 07.55 am, Gwal 08.25 am to 08.45 am, Rajbhog 10.00 am to 10.30 am

Evening:
Utthanpan 03.30 pm to 03.50 pm, Bhog 04.20 pm to 04.40 pm, Aarti 06.00 pm

How to Reach Padamanabhaji Temple Mathura


Padmanabhaji Temple is located between the Holi Gate (a popular and famous land mark of Mathura) and Bharatpur Gate by the side of Kotwali Road. You can easily reach this temple by an auto rickshaw / a bus from either the Mathura Bus Stand or the Mathura Junction (the main and major railway station in Mathura).

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