Location of Baldeo
Baldeo is located about 25 km from Mathura.
History of Baldeo
Baldeo is the place where Lord Krishna's elder brother named Baldeo or Balarama use to rule. It is also known as 'Dauji' in the local areas around Mathura as the other name of Lord Baldeo was 'Dau Ji Maharaj'. Additionally, there is a famous temple in Baldeo of 'Dau Ji Maharaj', where there is a stone statue of him with his wife Revati situated.
Geography of Baldeo
Baldeo is located at 27.42 degree north to 77.82 degree east. It has an average elevation of 176 metres (577 feet). It is about 22 km from Mathura.
Demography of Baldeo
According to The Population Census in the year 2011, Baldeo had a population of 9695. Males constitute 54% of the population and females 46%. Baldeo has an average literacy rate of 63%, higher than the national average of 59.5%. 17% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Temples in Baldeo
In Baldeo, there is a famous temple of Baldauji. The pilgrims from far of places use to visit the temple. An annual festival is held in November-December. The is a large pond where many people are found bathing and coming to understand the meaning of life pioneered by Baldeo and the sermons of Bhagavad Gita.
Tradition in Vishnuism at Baldeo
The tradition of Vaishnavism is notable for its avatar doctrine, wherein Lord Vishnu is revered in one of many distinct incarnations. Of these, ten avatars of Vishnu are the most studied, while Krishna, Lord Rama, Narayana and Vasudeva are the most popular.
Festival in Baldeo
Baldeo celebrated many Hindu religious festivals. It is a very famous for Holi Festival. The large crowds from national and international arena visit during the time of Holi, Diwali and Guru Purnima.
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