Swami Haridasa, an Indian saint of early era, who was the very cause of appearance (advent) or Prakattya of Lord Bankey Bihari (Lord Krishna) at this renowned Nidhivana, used to please his "Priya- Priyatam".
Lord Bankey Bihari, who is popularly known as Lord Krishna by pouring the melodious rapture of his thrilling music in the periphery of this spiritual temple made this place sacred. It is surrounded with the small-sized trees. So to say, it is a piously sanctified shrine where impulsive overflow of attachment and sacrament flows every time in pilgrims mind.
As a result of Swami Haridasa’s hard penance and spiritual aspiration, Lord Krishna not only came in his dream but appeared also in this spiritually blessed Nidhivan. The appearance spot of the Lord Bankey Bihari in Nidhivan temple is seen even to the pilgrims by the local guides. Thousands of pilgrims and visitors visit it during the day. It is closed after the process of arti at 8p.m.
There is a concept prevailed in this temple. After the sacred process of arti, not only human beings, but any kind of single animal also can't remain in the periphery of this temple. In case anyone remains during night in the compass of the temple, either he / she becomes dumb, deaf, blind, lame or dies. He or she is not found hale and hearty in the morning to disclose the spiritual secret of the lord Radha-Krishna. It proves that Radha Krishna who are known as Priya-Priyatam, they appear in the night to perform their spiritual lilas.
There are many worth-watching spots present in this temple. These spots contain the spiritual mystery of the Radha and Krishna. There is a Samadhi of Swami Haridasa, The Radha Rani temple, The Sacred Well of Radha Rani, The Appearance Place of Lord Bankey Bihari and the Costume place of Lord Krishna and Radha where they beautify themselves.