This lake is located at the bottom of Nandisvara Hill. Mother Yasoda used to bathe Lord Krishna here. This is said to be one of Lord Krishna’s favorite lakes. Nanda Maharaja and the male members of the family would take bath here. Krishna would come here after the cows would return from grazing and give the cows a bath and drink this water. Pavana means “something that purifies.” In the Mathura Mahatmya it is said, “one who bathes in Pavana Lake by Nandisvara Hill will see Krishna there along with Nanda and Yasoda and all his desires will be fulfilled.” Radharani would come to cook for Krishna every morning on the bank of this kunda. There is a well here from which Srimati Radharani drew water from, when She would cook for Krishna. Because She had received a benediction from Durvasa Muni that whoever ate Her cooking would never become ill, mother Yasoda would always try to arrange that Srimati Radharani would cook for her son.
The bhajan kutir of Sanatana Gosvami is near the bank of this kunda. This place is near the Pavana-bihari Temple. It is said that Krishna came to Sanatana Gosvami and told him that in a cave on Nandisvara hill there were deities of Nanda Maharaja, Mother Yasoda, Krishna and Balarama. Sanatana Gosvami had these deities installed in a temple on top of Nandisvara hill. There is also the puspa-samadhi of Akincina Krishnadas Babaji, a disciple of Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Maharaja, next to this kunda. He pasted away at Nandagram. There is also the sitting place of Vallabha Acharya here.