The Jaipur Temple in Vrindavan is one of the main temples built in 1917 by the Maharaja of Jaipur. It took several thousands of people more than 30 years to complete the construction. The Maharaja himself is said to have overseen the construction and layout through the years.
Located in the heart of the city, the temple is a beautifully carved sandstone structure. The elaborate rock pillars with marble finishing are an outstanding example of old Indian architectural skill and grace. The huge altar at the temple is dedicated to several deities like Sri Radha – Madhava, Ananda-Bihari, Hansa-Gopala.