Radha Damodara Temple - Jaipur
There are two sets of Deities on the main altar. The smaller set of Deities is Jiva Goswami’s original Radha Damodar Deities from Vrindavan. To the left of the Deities is a Govardhan-shila said to have been worshiped by Sanatana Goswami. On an altar, left of the main one, are Deities of Lakshmi Narasimha and Prahlada Maharaja. You have to look closely to see Prahlada Maharaja. There are beautiful paintings of Krishna’s pastimes in this temple.
How to get there Coming from Tripoliya Bazaar Rd, the temple is located about 60m (200 ft) down Chaura Rasta Rd on the right side. It is about a ten-minute walk to here from the Radha-Govinda temple. There is another temple next to the Radha-Damodar Temple. Radha-Damodar is on the left while facing the temples.
In year 1733 during the reigns of King Sawai Jai Singh, The Radha-Damodar and Goverdhan Shila came to Jaipur. Shri Naval Lal Goswami, the then Sole Sevayat enshrined the Sacred Images in Shri Himmat Ram Nazir's house (called Haveli) at Chaura Rasta, Jaipur - The Present Temple of Thakur Shri Radha-Damodar. This was the period when the Iconclast King Emperor Aurangzeb's fanatic drive was at its heights and to avoid this fanaticism the Divine Images were being shifted from Vrindavan to other safer parts of India.
Web site: http://www.radhadamodarji.com/