Navala Kunda

 

Navala means “evergreen.” Govardhana Hill is said to resemble a peacock. This kunda is also called Punchari Kunda because this area is the tail (brunch) of Govardhana. Punchari is part of the area where Krishna performed the spring rasa dance with the gopis. On the bank of this kunda is the Navala-bihari temple.

Navala Kunda (Punchari Kunda)

Getting there- This kunda is right next to Apsara Kunda. This kunda is at the opposite end of Govardhana Hill from Radha Kunda.

 

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