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Paras Pride Vrindavan
Vrindavan Road
1 BHK & 2 BHK Flats
425 Sq.ft To 1080 Sq.ft
Rs 11.05 Lacs Onwards
Paras Realtech Limited
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  • Mathura is a city in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
  • It is located approximately 50 kms north of Agra, 145 kms south-east of Delhi, 11 kms from Vrindavan and 22 kms from Govardhan.
  • Mathura city is the administrative capital of Mathura District of UP.
  • It is famous as a holy city and the birthplace of Lord Krishna.
  • It is also popularly referred to as Brij or Brijbhoomi (birthplace of Krishna).
  • It is one of the seven cities (Sapta Puri) considered holy by Hindus.
  • The famous Keshav Dev Temple located here was built in ancient times on the site of Krishna's birthplace (an underground prison).
  • In ancient times, Mathura was known to be an economic hub and an important stop on several trade routes.
  • More recently, Mathura has been chosen as one of the heritage cities for HRIDAY - Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana scheme of Government of India.


  • Shri Krishna Janmabhumi Temple: Built in 1814, it is one of the most sought after and popular places of worship in Mathura, primarily due to the belief that it stands on the same place - a prison - where Lord Krishna was believed to have been born.  
  • Dwarkadheesh Temple: Built in 1814 in the eastern part of Mathura, not far from the river Yamuna, it is one of the most visited temples in the city and is managed by the followers of Vallabhacharya. This temple is a hub of activity during the festive days of Holi, Janmashtami and Diwali.
  • Gita Mandir: As the name suggest, this temple has the entire text of the Gita, inscribed on its precincts and is a popular place to visit especially among Hindus. This stunning temple was built by the Birlas - one of India's most well-known business families.
  • Vishrant Ghat: Easily the most important ghats among the twenty five ghats that dot the city, legend has it that Lord Krishna rested here after his epic battle with his uncle the evil Kansa. Like much of the city, this ghat is also embellished with popular tales detailing the adventures of Krishna.
  • Jama Masjid: Constructed by Nabir Khan the erstwhile governor of Aurangzeb in the year 1661, this masjid is famous for its intricately carved four minarets. Situated next to the Janmabhoomi temple, this Masjid witnesses a large turnout of devotees on most days of the week.
  • Mathura Museum: The Mathura Museum exposes some of the unique artifacts of Mathura school and it turns to be the most popular tourist destinations in the city. Established in the year 1874, this museum is a best podium for those who love to do research works in the field of art.
  • Gayatri Tapobhoomi: Established by Pundit Shriram Sharma Acharya (Gurudev) in 1950 at the conclusion of his 24 Gayatri Mahapurasharan, or recitations of 240,000 Gayatri Mantras per year. The Gayatri Tapobhoomi was the Tapasthali (Place of Penance) of Pundit Shriram Sharma Acharya.


  • According to the 2011 census, the population of Mathura was approx 441,894.
  • Males accounted for approx 54 percent (268,445) and females for 46 percent (173,449).
  • Mathura's sex ratio is 858 females per 1000 males, which has increased from 840 in 2001.
  • Population density in 2011 increased from 621 per km in 2001 to 761 per km.
  • Mathura has an average literacy rate of 72.65 percent which has increased from 61.46 percent recorded in 2001, but it is still lower than the national average of approx 74.04 percent.
  • Male and female literacy rates here are 84.39 and 58.93 percent respectively.
  • About 15.61 percent of Mathura's population is under 6 years of age.
  • This figure was 19.56 per cent in the 2001 census.
  • Mathura has large population of Jats and Yadavs in the rural areas while Brahmins and Baniyas (traders) are found in the city.


  • Small and medium industries located in and around Mathura, are one of the major contributors to the economy of Uttar Pradesh.
  • Mathura Refinery located in the city is one of the biggest oil refineries of Asia with 8.0 MMTPA refining capacity.
  • This oil refinery which belongs to the Indian Oil Corporation is a technologically advanced oil refinery and the first refinery in Asia and third in the world to receive the coveted ISO-14001 certification for Environment Management System in 1996.
  • Textile printing industry that includes both sari-printing and fabric dyeing and silver ornaments manufacturing are two of the major industries located here.
  • Other industries located here include: water tap manufacturing units, units making household, decorative items and bleached cotton sarees.
  • Mathura is also a hub for production of milk-based sweets and is famous all over for its peda, barfis and other sweet concoctions.
  • Known in ancient as a land of milk and honey, Mathura even today boasts of several milk trading centres where the rates keep changing every few minutes and are duly displayed on a big black board outside the shop.


  • Mathura is well connected by rail to other major cities in India like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Jaipur, Indore, Bengaluru and Kanpur among several others.
  • The city is served by four stations with Mathura Junction being the biggest one.
  • Mathura is also well-connected by road to the rest of the state and India.
  • NH 2 (Delhi-Howrah) passes through the city and connects it to NH-3 (to Mumbai), a part of which is known as Mathura Road.
  • NH-11 (Agra to Bikaner), SH-33 (Bareilly to Mathura via Badaun ,Ujhani, Kasganj ,Soron, Sikandra Rao, Hathras) and NH-93 (Moradabad) are some of the other prominent arterial highways.
  • The Yamuna Expressway also connects to Mathura and is in fact the shortest way to reach Mathura by road.
  • The city is served by UPSRTC, JNNURAM, Rajasthan, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, DTC, Chandigarh and Punjab state transportation bus companies.
  • Mathura depot which is run by UPSRTC operates a network of about 120 buses.
  • Direct buses are available from here to cities like Alwar, Agra, Aligarh, Khair, Indore, Bhopal, Gwalior, Jaipur, Udaipur, Ajmer, Delhi, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Kanpur, Meerut, Haridwar  and Rohtak among others.
  • As of now the city has no airport.


  • Mathura, located almost 150 km away from Delhi, may soon become a part of the National Capital Region (NCR).
  • Since the city is just one and a half hour's drive away from Delhi and is at a strategic location between the Capital and Agra, it has the perfect credentials for being part of NCR.
  • Mathura's inclusion is expected to provide maximum benefit to the temple town's tourism infrastructure.
  • Millions of devotees visit the twin cities of Mathura-Vrindavan, known for their Krishna connection, every year.
  • Mathura has been included in the list of heritage cities which would receive more assistance from the Centre for infrastructural development.
  • Metro rail services may be extended beyond Palwal once the decision on Mathura's incorporation in the NCR is finalized.
  • Prime Minister Modi is particularly keen on Mathura's development and cleaning up the river Yamuna. T
  • The Union government has already released funds for the district's infrastructural development under its heritage plan.
  • The Mathura-Vrindavan Development Authority is also firming up a proposal for setting up of a Mathura Haat to promote sale of local goods.
  • A World Bank plan to integrate grass-roots productive activities by local craftsmen and artisans with marketing outlets is close to finalization.
  • The state government is likely to shortly announce a combined municipal corporation which will merge the civic bodies of Mathura and Vrindavan along with 50-odd villages of Goverdhan.


  • The coming of the Yamuna expressway has caused a spurt in the real estate-related activity in and around Mathura and Vrindavan.
  • Several developers have launched residential projects in these holy cities as the demand for second homes here has increased over the past couple of years.
  • Cultural and religious tourism to Vrindavan has increased a demand for second homes here as well as primary homes as the residents of these old cities are seeking open and better quality living.
  • Another reason, perhaps, is that getting to Vrindavan is a lot easier now. From Delhi NCR, it takes a little over an hour by Yamuna Expressway.
  • Since the bulk of home buyers in these cities require accommodation for a short duration, the demand for smaller apartments like studio, 1BHK is more.
  • Many buyers even prefer furnished apartments. Generally people prefer apartments and complex, which offer standard living amenities.
  • Chhatikara Road, a prime area in Vrindavan, already has many developments. Sunrakh Road, Gopal Garh etc. are future potential areas from a realty perspective.
  • Krishna Bhumi a 110-acre iconic temple township development with villas and apartments is coming up, adjacent to the planned world's tallest Krishna temple.
  • It is located close to NH2 and is well connected to Yamuna Expressway.
  • Vrindavan's real estate price has experienced fairly good appreciation which is higher compared to that in other similar cities in the past two years.

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