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Vrindavan is believed to be the site where Krishna spent his childhood days. The ancient name of Vrindavan was 'Kanchanakheda' which means "the place of gold". According to Hindu mythology, it is here that Lord Vishnu's (in the form of a tortoise) lifted the Govardhana hill and protected people from Indra's wrath. The city has many temples dedicated to Radha and Krishna, including Jugal Kishore Temple, Gopinath Temple, Govinda Deva Mandir (also known as Balaji temple), Rangaji temple etc., all located in Mathura-Agra highway at different distances from Vrindaban town.