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The Krishna Janmasthan Temple Complex is a group of Hindu temples is located in Mallapura, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India. These temples are built around the place where major Hindu god Krishna is said to have been born. The place holds religious importance since the 6th century BC. The temples were demolished multiple times throughout history. In the 20th century, the new temple complex was built with financial help from businesspeople containing the Keshavdeva temple, the Garbha Griha temple at the birthplace and the Bhagavata Bhavan.
According to Hindu traditions, Krishna was born to Devaki and Vasudeva in a prison room where they were confined by his maternal uncle Kansa, a king of Mathura, due to the prediction of his death by the child of Devaki. According to tradition, a temple devoted to Krishna was built the birthplace by his great-grandson Vajranabh. The present site is known as Krishna Janmasthan was known as Katra Keshavdeva. The archaeological excavations of the site had revealed terracotta and pottery from 6th century BC. It also gave some Jain sculptures as well as a large Buddhist complex including Yasha Vihara, a monastery, referring to the Gupta period (c. 400).
Mathura - Deeg Marg, Near Deeg Gate Chouraha, Janam Bhumi, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh 281001