Keshi Ghat is the principal bathing place in the town of Vrindavan. Here the sacred river Yamuna flows very graciously and extends herself to everyone without discrimination. This ghat is named after the pastime of Lord Krishna killing the demon Keshi.
From 1956 to 1959 #SrilaPrabhupada stayed in #VamshiGopalaMandir, when he came as Vanaprastha to Vrindavan.
Sri Rangji Mandir is dedicated to Lord Sri Goda-Rangamannar. Goda Devi or Andal as she is known in South India, was a famous 8th century Vaishnava saint who had composed "Tiruppuvai" which centers around her love for her beloved Lord Krishna and His Vrindavana. In this temple one can find a unique mixture of both south and north Indian architectural traditions.
Mirabai, a great devotee of Krishna, stayed in this place where Mirabai Mandir is situated, when she visited Vrindavan. She was indeed a great celebrated devotee of Lord Krishna. Visit the mandir to experience it!