New Detailed Vrindavan, Mayapur and Spiritual India Web Site
Posted June 10, 2004
I just put up a detailed Web site on Vrindavan, Mayapur, India and Nepal Temples and Holy Places called NaturalNirvana.com (http://www.naturalnirvana.com). This site is by far the most detailed site on Holy Places and temples in India.
The Vrindavan and Braja Mandala guide (http://naturalnirvana.com/Braja-Mandala/Braja-Mandala.htm) describes many of the major temples in the town of Vrindavan, the temple and holy places in Mayapur, Nandagram, Varsana, Gokula, Radha Kunda and a detailed guide for doing Govardhana parikrama. Hundred of places are listed all over Braja and most of the places visited on Braja Mandala parikrama are listed and also often the Krishna pastimes that happened at the sites are described.
The Mayapur and Navadvipa guide (http://naturalnirvana.com/Navadvipa/Navadvipa.htm) describes many of the important places in Mayapur, in the town of Navadvipa, and the places in the nine islands of the Navadvipa area. Also presented are many of the holy places and temples in West Bengal in reference to Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and his followers. Most of the places visited on Gaura Mandala Parikrama are listed on the site.
The Holy Places and Temples of India (http://naturalnirvana.com/India/India.htm) site has a detailed reference guide of the temples and holy places all around India including such important places as Jagannatha Puri, Tirupati, Guruvayur, Varanasi, Jaipur, Kanyakumari, Ramesvara, Ayodhya, Dwaraka, Allahabad, Rishikesa, Haridwar, Char Dham, Badrinatha and many more places. Also included in the India guides are detailed practical information on hotels, places to eat, travel, health and valuable practical information on how to survive in India. Many Indians have told me that they use this site to visit the holy places and temples all over India.
There is also a Holy Place & Temples of Nepal (http://naturalnirvana.com/Nepal/Nepal.htm) guide that describes many of the temples and holy places there. There is a detailed description of the Annapurna Trek to Muktinath.
If any devotees believe that I should add information to the site please
send me information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also if someone has pictures of the holy Dhams please send them to me if
you would like to have them included on the site. I am trying to make this
site the most detailed site on Vrindavan, Mayapur and India's holy place
in the Internet.