The most famous tourist place in Mathura amongst many is that it is believed that Lord Krishna and Radha used to meet here secretly at the banks of the water reservoir.
One of the most prominent places to see in Mathura, Kan’s Quila was named after Lord Krishna’s maternal uncle. It is a great art form that resembles both Mughal and Hindu architecture.
Kesi Ghat is named after the Kesi demon who was killed by Lord Krishna. One can experience extraordinary views during the evening aarti when thousands of Brahmins and devotees gather at the ghat to offer sandhya aarti.
According to Hindu mythology, Lord Krishna lifted the entire hill to save his village from a massive thunderstorm. Since then this mountain is worshiped.
In Mathura, Holi is not only about colors but also about Sticks and Thandai (a special drink prepared during Holi). It is celebrated to mark the victory of good over evil.