Vrindavan is located at about 10 kilometers from Mathura. It is located in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. The name of the place is such because as per the legends Vrinda (the mother of Lord Krishna) observed a great penance to attain Krishna. Lord Krishna is even said to have played rasleela with the gopis at this place. Vrindavan is home to many temples that are grand in style and structure.
Queen Draupadi and Lord Krishna (Mahabharata) Draupadi aka Panchali (daughter of Panchal’s king) had been one of the most blessed sisters till date for the virtue of being Lord Krishna’s cherished adoptive sister. She was also affectionately referred to as ‘Krishnae’ by Krishna since she was of the same complexion as he was.
Her name was Pandyah. The wife of Lord Krishna was called Nappinnai and Andal, the Vaishnavaite Saint states this in her Thiruppavai which is sung even to day in Vaishnava Temples. Arjuna married a Pandyan princess Chitrangadha and she was from Manalur Tamil Nadu.
Scenes from the Epic Ramayana are sculpted on the south side wall on 70 panels with the story proceeding anti clockwise which is unusual. On the north side wall, all depictions are clockwise, the normal Hoysala style. 25 panels depict the life of Lord Krishna and the remaining 45 panels depict the Epic Mahabharatas: Amrutesvara Temple, Amruthapura -Part 2