Comments: Gaurav Sharma
Very very nice and great view and religiousROHIT BAJPAI
It is a wonderful place for peace.... Good location and temple of vimal bihariKrsna Katha
"This famous pond is situated about four-hundred metres south-west of the village of Kāma. The following deities preside around Vimala-kuṇḍa in this order: (1) Dāūjī, (2) Sūryadeva, (3) Śrī Nīlakaṇṭheśvara Mahādeva, (4) Śrī Govardhana-nātha, (5) Śrī Madana-mohana and Kāmyavana-bihārī, (6) Śrī Vimala-bihārī, (7) Vimalā-devī, (8) Śrī Muralī-manohara, (9) Bhagavatī Gaṅgā and (10) Śrī Gopālajī.
According to the Garga-saṁhitā, in ancient times a glorious king named Vimala lived in Campaka Nagarī in the country of Sindhu. At first, none of his six thousand queens bore him any children, but, by the mercy of Śrī Yājñavalkya Ṛṣi, many beautiful girls took birth from the wombs of those queens. In their previous births, all these girls had been the women of Janakapurī who had desired to obtain Śrī Rāmacandra as their husband. The girls who took birth in King Vimala’s home eventually reached a marriageable age. On the advice of Maharṣi Yājñavalkya, the king sent his emissary to Mathurāpurī to search for Śrī Kṛṣṇa, whom he deemed to be the suitable husband for his daughters. While on his way, the emissary was fortunate to meet Grandfather Bhīṣma, who sent him to Śrī Vṛndāvana, since Śrī Kṛṣṇa was there at that time. Upon arriving in Vṛndāvana, the royal emissary gave Śrī Kṛṣṇa King Vimala’s letter of invitation, which requested Kṛṣṇa to come to Campaka Nagarī to marry the princesses. After receiving Mahārāja Vimala’s invitation, Śrī Kṛṣṇa went to Campaka Nagarī and brought the princesses back with Him to this pleasing Kāmyavana, situated within Vraja-maṇḍala. He assumed as many forms as there were princesses and accepted them all. He performed rāsa and other playful pastimes with these teenage girls, thus fulfilling their long-cherished desire. The tears of happiness that flowed from their eyes filled a pond, which became known as Vimala-kuṇḍa. By bathing in this kuṇḍa, all kinds of desires – both worldly and transcendental – are fulfilled and one’s heart becomes pure and instilled with vraja-bhakti.
It is generally said that all the holy places of the universe come to Vraja during Cāturmāsya. Once, Tīrtharāja Puṣkara did not to come. Śrī Kṛṣṇa remembered Yogamāyā, and merely by His recollection, a very strong current of water shot out of the earth. Astonishingly, a supremely beautiful and completely pure kiśorī appeared from that sacred current, and Śrī Kṛṣṇa sported with that beautiful kiśorī in those waters. The kiśorī completely satisfied the supremely rasika Śrī Kṛṣṇa with her beauty and pure, loving service and He gave her a boon: “From today you will be known as Vimala-devī, and this kuṇḍa will be named after you. By bathing in this kuṇḍa, one will receive seven times the pious merit of bathing in Tīrtharāja Puṣkara.” Since then, this pond has become known as Vimala-kuṇḍa.
Many great sages have resided on the bank of this kuṇḍa to obtain kṛṣṇa-bhakti. It is well known that Maharṣi Durvāsā and the Pāṇḍavas resided here. Every pilgrim or group of pilgrims performing Vraja-maṇḍala parikramā stays at Vimala-kuṇḍa and begins parikramā of Kāmyavana from here only."
Excerpt from the book 'Sri Vraja-mandal Parikrama' by Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Gosvami MaharajaDeepak Bhardwaj
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