Sant to Dana Ghati
At Dana-gati, where once used to be just a narrow pass used by gopis when they wanted to take their milk products to the other side of Govardhan..and Krisna blocked their way and demanded a tax...
The Haridev temple is a renowned sacred temple situated at the banks of the Manasi Ganga lake at Govardhana Hill, Vrindavan, India. It is a special place as millions of pilgrims come there every year to ask blessings on their spiritual journeys. The Haridev Temple, near Manasi-ganga, was established by Krishna's great-grandson 4,800 years ago. Haridev is one of the four presiding Deities of Vrindavan. The temple is a two-minute walk from the southern bank of Manasi-ganga. More info abou Haridev temple >>
Manasi Ganga Kunda: Mana means "mind" and Ganga is another name for the Ganges River. Manasi Ganga Kunda is traditionally the starting and ending point of the circumambulation of Govardhana Hill. In the Mathura-mahatmya it is recommended that one bathe in Manasi Ganga and then take darshan of Hrideva before beginning here. This kunda is considered a million times more potent than the Ganges River, because by bathing in the Ganges River one gets liberation and by bathing here one gets "Krishna prema," love of Krishna.
It is a good-size lake located in the town of Govardhana. It is in the center of Govardhana Hill. Manasi Ganga used to be a very large lake, but as Govardhana Hill is getting smaller, Manasi Ganga is also getting smaller in the same proportion.