Located on the outskirts of Mathura, Gita Mandir was built by Birla, one of the leading industrialists and thus it is also called as Birla temple after the name of its founder. The verses of Gita are inscribed on its temple walls. There is a pillar (Gita stambha) which is erected within the temple courtyard, thus giving it the name Gita Mandir. The temple is architecturally beautiful with the main sanctum having the deities of Lord Krishna-Radha, together with Lakshmi-Narayan and Ram-Sita. The temple walls are adorned with the exquisite paintings of the gods and goddesses. The temple area also has the Marble stone figures of lord Indra on his elephant (Airavata), horses, tortoise and a chariot with lord Krishna as its driver giving the and Arjuna standing presenting a scenic view. The serene and lush green atmosphere of the temple provides ultimate peace to the devotees visiting the temple.