Make the best of Janamashtami package at Vrindavan

Vrindavan (Uttar Pradesh), Aug 28 : Devotees coming here to celebrate Janamashtami, the festival marking the birth of Lord Krishna, can make the best of their stay by availing two special packages offered by one of the city's biggest hotels.

Located at Gopalgarh Tehra Road Nidhivan Hotels and Resort offers two packages that are valid till Saturday.

Priced at Rs.2,499 for a one night-two days and Rs.4,499 for two nights-three days stay, the offers include complimentary transfer to and from Mathura Railway Station, breakfast, dinner or lunch and use of shuttle service to and from the Shri Banke Bihari Temple and ISKCON temple.

"We at Nidhivan believe that the flow of spirituality, that creates an experience of a lifetime, is the essence that makes the trip worthwhile and with the addition of the four star equivalent Nidhivan at Vrindavan, we add luxury and comfort with these celebrations," said Saurabh Goel, managing director, Radiance Residency and Resorts Pvt Ltd.

Goel added: "Since these packages are available till Aug 31, people can stay with us and enjoy the celebrations for a longer time."

Also, one can enjoy lot of traditional cuisine - kheer, laddoo, butter, shrikhand and singhare ki poori - during their stay.

"Our all inclusive Vrat Ki Thali at Rs.350 will be something that people staying at Vrindavan can also enjoy," added Goel.

The hotel is located less than two km from the city centre and about 12 km from the Krishna Janambhoomi Temple in Mathura.

--IANS (Posted on 28-08-2013)

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