Location: Dedicated to Mira, one of the most ardent devotees of Lord Krishna, Mirabai Temple is situated adjacent to the Radha Damodar temple in Vrindavan.
Description: Constructed in the year 1841 by former Diwan of Bikaner, Shri Narayana Singh Bhatti, Mirabai Temple is an abode of Radha-Manohar Ji and Sri Radha. A statue of Mira Bai is installed on the left side of the main altar. In this lovely shrine, you can see the sacred place where Mira Bai used to meditate and pray to her dearly loved Lord Kunj Bihari. Mira was a Rajput princess born in 1498 in Kudaki, Rajasthan. Though she was married to a ruler of Chittor, Bhoj Raj, but she never accepted this marriage since she considered Krishna as her husband. As per folklore, a poisonous snake was sent to kill Mira Bai. But she devoted her whole life to Krishna and he used to guard her from all hurdles. So, when she opened the box, it turned into a stone. You may still see that stone in the premises of this shrine.
Activities: Dedicated to the devotion of Mira Bai, this temple can be visited anytime between 7:00 am to 12:00 pm and 5 pm to 8 am.