Temples in Jatipura
Mukharvind is a temple located in the village of Jatipura in Goverdhan that lies at a distance of around 28 km from Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. The temple is at the base of Goverdhan hill known as the place of Lord Giriraj. Mukharvind Temple in Jatipura is the starting point of Saat Kosi Parikrama of Govardhan Hill and one of the easy routes covering 21 Km. This route starts from Mukharvind and then via Govardhan village, Manasi-Ganga kund, Udhav-kund, Radhakund, Anyuar village, Govind-kund, Punchari village, Surabhikund and back to Mukharvind Temple. The best time to visit the Mukharvind Temple of Jatipura is between October and March. Govardhan Puja is the main festival celebrated with great joy when thousands of devotees come to visit. Annakut, the special offering to Lord Girirajji is organized here a day after Diwali. Shringar Darshan, Shringar Aarti and Shayan Aarti are the best time to visit Mukharvind Temple at Jatipura.
Jatipura a small village at just 4 km from Govardhan is an important holy place for Vaishanav and is located on Parikrama of Govardhan Hil. Mukharvind Temple of Jatipura is one of the most important pilgrimage sites of Govardhan Parikrama, Uttar Pradesh. Devotee visits Jatipura during their spiritual trip to Gokul, Mathura and Vrindavan. Jatipura is very popular for the follower of Pushtimarg where devotees across the world visit throughout the year and especially during festivals like Diwali, Govardhan Puja and Guru Purnima. The best time to visit Jatipura is from the month of October to March and during festivals.