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  MATHURA - MAHAVIDHYA DEVI MANDIR

Mathura, the birth place of Sri Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Sri Mahavishnu is packed to its bounds scores and scores of places of worship for every denomination of Hindu gods. The temple flags fluttering in the high sky reminds as it were, though the avatarapurusha left this world, his asamana lilas and their aroma are is still hovering everywhere in the form of temples and monuments. That priceless heritage is well preserved by many institutions and individuals with a view to emancipate the visiting theists. Several temples new and old are recreating the awe-some scenes occurred during the days of Krishna's boyhood. and they are visit-worthy.

Among them, this Mahavidya Devi shrine deserves worth visitation. It is an ancient temple deemed an august Sakti-Peetha in the past. The temple built in Nagara architectural style lies on a high plinth and attracts with its vast dimensions and eyeful sculpture. The Icon of Mahavidya Devi is set up on a high dais and it is grandly chiseled. Its eyes are its plus point and are invariably arrest the attention of viewers, They shine like bright beams of light. Daily pujas is offered with veneration due. And periodical festivals with infinite religious favour. 

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