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About Kollam

Kollam or erstwhile Quilon is an old sea port town on the Arabian coast. 30% of this historic town is covered by the renowned Ashtamudi Lake, making it the gateway to the magnificent backwaters of Kerala. You can live in a houseboat to enjoy the lush landscape of this land. The eight-hour boat trip between Kollam and Alleppey is the longest and most enchanting experience on the backwaters of Kerala. Kollam had been a port of trade on spice route since the days of the Phoenicians and the Romans. Kallada river: The east side land of river is EastKallada and the west side land is WestKallada. Kallada Boat race is one among the famous festival events of district. Even though it is a competition between two land sides of river many boat clubs from various places even beyond the district use to participate in the event. Kollam is the capital of Kerala's cashew industry. Plains, mountains, lakes, lagoons and backwaters, forests, farmland and rivers make up the topography of the district.

About Vrindavan

Vrindavan is a town in the Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh. Vrindavan is one of the ancient city that has also been mentioned in Hindu scriptures. It is on the western side of the Yamuna river. It is located 140 km south-east of Delhi and 60 km north-west of Agra. Vrindavan is described as one of the twin holy cities along with Mathura. The name Vrindavan refers to an ancient forest of which two smaller groves still exist. It is the place where Lord Krishna has spent his childhood, as a result, it is a major pilgrim spot for the Hindus. There are various religious places to visit in Vrindavan. Banke Bihari Mandir is one of the most beautiful and important temples of Lord Krishna here. Another temple is Radha Raman temple which was built by Gopala Bhatta Gosvami in 1542. It is a saying that the deity here is self-manifested from one of the shalagram-shilas. Rangaji Temple is the Dravidian style structure, which was built in 1851 and is dedicated to Lord Rangaji or Ranganatha, who is depicted as Lord Vishnu. The temple has a gold plated 50 feet high Dhwaja stambha and a six-storey long gopuram. There is also a water tank and a beautiful garden within the temple premises. On the bank of Yamuna river, Kesi Ghat is a tourist attraction in Vrindavan. According to mythology, Lord Krishna, after killing demon Kesi took bath at this ghat as a result since then devotees take a dip in the water and seek divine blessings.

Kollam to Vrindavan via Train

A preferred but dry mode of travel, train journey kills the fun of stopping by at intervals and viewing the attractions that the route from Kollam to Vrindavan has to offer. Prior bookings and ticket confirmation worries can make travelling a burden. So book Kollam to Vrindavan cab from Wiwigo.com the day you want to take your journey and forget about confirmations and restrictions!

Kollam to Vrindavan via Bus

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