Govind Ji Temple is the most unmistakable and sacrosanct spot of love in Jaipur, Rajasthan and furthermore the main one to the extent that the historical backdrop of Rajasthani rulers go. The sanctuary is committed to Lord Govind Dev Ji, who is one of the types of Lord Krishna’s manifestations on Earth and is considered as the key god of the Kachwaha Dynasty of leaders of Amber/Amer.
It is accepted that the icon of Govind Ji closely resembles Lord Krishna did. The Maharaja of Jaipur, Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh was a fan of the Lord and subsequently, had his castle planned as to such an extent that he could get a brief look at the Lord straightforwardly from his royal residence, after the icon was moved from Amer to Jaipur.
Master Govind Dev Ji, one of the types of Lord Krishna, is the principal god of the Kachwaha Dynasty of Amber and is related with the rich history of Jaipur and its rulers.It is said that the first Govind Dev Ji icon was in a sanctuary in Vrindavan, which was exhumed close to quite a while back from Goma Teela in Vrindavan by a follower of Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, Srila Rupa Goswami. Coming to be familiar with the presence of the sanctuary, the then Maharaja of Amer, Sawai Man Singh alongside the Mughal Emperor Akbar, fabricated a gigantic sanctuary in Vrindavan in 1590 A. D. The red sandstone used to fabricate the sanctuary was given by Akbar which was planned to be utilized to assemble the Agra Fort. Furthermore, the head likewise offered around 135 sections of land of land for domesticated animals and feed. During the seventeenth 100 years, the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb was on a binge demolishing off Hindu sanctuaries and obliterating the icons. Around a similar time, the icon of Govind Ji was dealt with by Shri Shiv Ram Goswami in Vrindavan. In quest for saving the icons, he continued to move the symbols from Vrindavan to Kama in Bharatpur to Radhakund to Govindpura in Sanganer.
The Govind Ji Temple is inherent sandstone and marble with roofs covered with gold. The design of the sanctuary building has a blend of Rajasthani, Muslim as well as Classical Indian components to it. Since it was worked next to an illustrious home, the walls are enhanced with light fixtures as well as compositions. The sanctuary is likewise encircled by a lavish green nursery and the nursery is known by the name, ‘Talkatora’ and is the most ideal for youngsters.