Vrinda Kunj - Paramadvaiti Swami
VRINDA'S Vrinda Kunja.
From the Vamsi Vata temple you walk back passing again the Gopesvara temple and turn left on the small Bhut Gali.
On the next turn is the entrance to the Vrinda Kunja. This sacred garden of Vrinda devi is a true forest of Vrinda trees. Vrinda Kunja is also the place where Vrinda devi blessed Lord Shiva to enter the Rasa dance of Lord Krishna. Vrinda Kunja is the home of VRINDA, the Vrindavan Institute for Vaisnava Culture and Studies. Devotees from all over the world come here to study and to learn how to take care of Tulasi devi. The importance of cultivating the Tulasi plant along with the chanting of the holy names of Krishna is taught here. You can become a member and also receive free Tulasi seeds for cultivating her at your home to receive the blessings of devotion from her Vrinda forest. In the middle of Vrinda Kunja is a lovely small temple constructed by the Queen of Manipur for the Lord.
Vrinda Kunja is located in peacefull historical part of Vrindavan, but in the same time all the importante temples and places are in walking distance. Built in authentical indian style which is so rare to get. Most of the place belongs to large beatiful garden with trees and flowers. Rooms are small but nicely decirated in rural style with bamboo...
The Ashram provides for an excellent spiritual experience. It offers both, ascetic rooms for experienced spiritual aspirants, and luxory for the standards of this area accommodations for common people. The prices are cheap. And the most important is that you can meet there true saints which can guide you as for the town sites, and also on the questions of the sprirituality.
Web site http://www.vrindavan.org/ http://www.vrindakunja.org/