Vrindavan dham and the whole Braj Mandal has so much to offer to the world.Listed below is a few of these benefits.

If the government and the local people come together to protect the status and heritage of this beautiful Dham it will be for everybody’s advantage . The world heritage status given by UNESCO is only given upon request of local political authorities.

During his visit to Jay Singhera in Vrindavan (2010) the Director of UNESCO to India Mr. Armoogum Parsuramen, stated that UNESCO would immediately accept the petition if the Indian government would request the status of Vrindavan being a world heritage site. In other words; the local authorities have not understood the values and treasures hidden in Vrindavan for the last five thousand years. Why did kings from all of Asia come to this little town to make their temples? Tell your local administrators and educators about the benefits of giving Vrindavan it’s proper recognition and respect.


  • To preserve the architectural beauty of this beautiful medieval temple town.
  • To create a territory where the whole world can learn about the natural wisdom of Hindu traditions and customs.
  • To keep the place neat and clean as the Prime Minister of Bharat, Shri Narendra Modi has envisioned for the whole country.
  • To make a place which will become famous worldwide for spiritual tourism and for it’s teachings about Hindu values and sciences.
  • To create places of learning for various classical singing, dancing and dramas and also schools to preserve the padyavali Eg : Rama lila, Krishna lila, Goura lila and other various traditional music and dance forms that the world can enjoy and also come to learn these ancient art forms.
  • To preserve the sacred Rajasthani architectural art which has created the unique beauty of the Braj Mandal.
  • To celebrate in grand style the holy religious festivals of the Hindu calendar so that the whole world can see and participate in festivities like Holi, Sri Krishna Janmastami, Kartik vrata and Govardhan puja. These are festivities that are related historically to this region and are recognized by practically all Hindus worldwide.  
  • To revive the tradition of dharamsalas so that pilgrims can easily visit all the holy places even if they don’t have large funds or the ability to pay for expensive accommodation.
  • To create exemplary cow protection areas in Braj Mandal which can be visited by the pilgrims everywhere.
  • To educate local pandas by creating a panda education board with certification, that  will participate in preserving the sanctity of the dham, serving the visitors as tirtha Gurus without pressuring them for donations.  
  • To revive the beautiful culture where pilgrims will be fed in the style of madhukari with simple food for those who are doing the Braj Mandal parikrama on foot. This service can be maintained through charity.
  • To restore the beauty of the traditional Indian attire by the local panda priests, encouraging shop owners to make the Braj Mandal look like the older Hindu era.
  • To preserve the Sanskrit and Brijbhasha language through special schooling.
  • To attract people from all over the world to the values of Hinduism.
  • To generate interest in Hindu culture, evidencing that it is a living tradition, not a disappearing culture.
  • To make a statement that our Bharata Varsa is the most oldest and powerful culture in the world because of its promotion of tolerance and avoiding violence.
  • To Increase the interest of people in the world in the sanatan dharma or Hindu traditions.
  • To see the world as one family vasudaiva kutumbakam.
  • To share with the world Bharata Varsa ; India – The place which has an outstanding record of sheltering religious persons who have been persecuted in their own lands.
  • To revive interest in literature such as “The Srimad Bhagavatam”, the “Mahabharata” and “The Bhagavad Gita”, showing that there is a historical reference and a physical reality that one can see while visiting the Braj Mandal.
  • To understand that the vast area of Braj Mandal is where all the villages and kundas that are related to the different pastimes of Sri Krishna are, presenting a unique phenomenon which expands from this area to the entire Indian sub-continent through the teaching of the Vedas making it a playground of the oldest and most precious culture that planet earth has seen.
  • It is a country which is so rich in literature especially the Vrindavan and Braj Mandal areas that  tell the story of a spiritual dham with endless lilas of ways to inspire humanity. The pinnacle of these lilas is the rasa lila, where God, invites all living beings to join in his love dance in the spiritual world. It is this very same Krishna who has also given the masterpiece called the “Bhagavad Gita” to the world.  
  • To comprehend that in Braj Mandal, the lilas are all interrelated from village to village, from Varsana to Nanda gao, from Nanda gao to Sanket and to Javat, and later on to Dauji. Or from Mathura to Gokul, from Gokul to Vrindavan and from Vrindavan to Nanda gao.
  • To share with the world the meaning of Bharata, which also comes from Vrindavan. BHA comes from the word bhava – the sentiment of love. RA comes from raga – of the beautiful music of devotion and bhakti. Finally the TA comes from tala – the rhythm. All these have  inspired  the artists in the history of India. For example – the shilpa’s in the temple constructions, poets in their writing like Chandidas and Jayadeva goswami and the various dance styles in India like the Mohaniattam, Odissi, Bharatnatyam and Kathak specifically which all have a connection with the Braj lila.
  • To increase donations for  local mandirs and charities.
  • To increase the name and fame of Hindu tradition which is now rather hurt due to the state of neglect by the local administration towards the hygiene and the needs of the residents and pilgrims.
  • To offer the capital of Bharat, New Delhi, a very strong support for the moral education as well as a wonderful place to visit and to get out of the big city into a spiritual environment.