The existence of Radha Krishan temples in almost every town and city across the Northern India testifies to the place of the divine duo in the heart of every Hindu. The jaat dominant city of Maham in district Rohtak is no exception. The city hosts a magnificent temple dedicated to Radha Krishna in ward No. 6 and 8 of Chintala Mohalla, close to the old bus stand.
The idol of Shri Krishna housed in the sanctorum is made of a rare black stone, the kind of which is found only in certain parts of the Himalayas. Radha and Krishna are known for demonstrating their love for each other especially on the festival of Holi which they play along with their friends. The festival of Holi is celebrated in the temple with gaiety and abandon every year.