Prem Mandir is dedicated to Lord Rama and Lord Krishna. Prem Mandir is located in Vrindavan holy city of district Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. The temple was established by Shri Kripalu Maharaj in January 2001 and it took almost 11 years to complete. The temple was inaugurated on 17 February 2012 and was opened to public on 17th February itself. Approximately 150 crores were spend on the expenditure of the temple. It is situated on a 54-acre site on the outskirts of Vrindavan, and is 125ft. high, 122ft. long, 115ft. wide. The temple will accommodate 25,000 people at a time and is still under construction. Italian marble is used in constructing the temple. The temple represents a renaissance in ancient Indian art and architecture.
Ambiance of the temple is pious and spiritual. Lightening of the temple is used in a very modern way and within the intervals of 5-10 minutes it changes its color. The temple beautifully describes the life of Lord Krishna. Govardhan Parvat and Kalia Naag, are the two most important events associated with his life that shows beautifully.
The temple has spectacular Idols of Lord Krishna and Radha in first floor and Lord Rama and Sita in second floor. This unique Prem Mandir of Shri Radha- Krishna shows a glimpse of ancient Indian sculpture. Prem madir through the temple architecture personifies divine love. The temple opens in all direction. Archway of Ashta Mayur is carved on the main entry points. 94 panels set up on the temple's exterior display the loving pastimes of Shri Krishna depicted on Shrimad Bhagvatam.
The festival of Janamashtmi is also celebrated at grand level in this temple. The events related to the life of Lord Krishna are depicted in very beautiful manner.