There is yet another element in the Kanak Ghati apart from these two temples, the Kanak Vrindavan Garden patterned on the famous Mughal style gardens like the Nishat & Shalimar gardens in Srinagar and the one at Taj Mahal, Agra. However, the Kanak Vrindavan Garden is quite small in comparison. I’ll reserve a full post for some other day.
I’m posting here, a picture of the Kanak Vrindavan Garden in the foreground and the Mansagar Lake in the background, captured earlier this month when I visited the Natwarji Temple out of a chance event.
This picture evokes a feeling of grace and serenity. It’s quite like a picture postcard. With this kind of stunning views, it’s not hard to understand why Maharajah Sawai Jai Singh II chose this site for building a temple for Lord Govind Dev Ji. You can read the complete story here in this post – Kanak Vrindavan Temple & Garden- Part 1/ Natwar Ji Temple