This Kund or lake is located about 400 meters away from the border of Aniyora village. It is a large rectangular water tank at the foot of the Govardhan hill with ultimate reverence due to the fact, for being a part of Krishna’s Pastimes. The legend behind the Kund explains that, when Lord Indra realized the supreme powers of Lord Krishna after watching him holding the Govardhan hill on his little finger thus protecting the people of Braj against the anger of Indra; he fell down at feet of Lord Krishna and asked for his mercy. He then, along with other demigods performed the abhisheka (Bathing ceremony) of Lord Krishna with the milk of sacred Surabhi Cow, the sacred water from river Ganga and lotus flowers. Thus the water and milk that was collected as a result of this bathing ceremony of Lord Krishna formed a lake. As Krishna protected and pleased the cows, Gopas, gopis and the land of Braj against the anger of Indra he was given the name of Govinda by Lord Indra. Later on Vajranabh , the grandson of Lord Krishna built a Kund at this place as the reminiscent of that pastime of Lord Krishna and named it as Govind Kund as the bathing ceremony of Lord Govinda (name given to Lord Krishna). On the western bank of the Kund there is a small temple dedicated to Lord Gopala having the beautiful black stone deity of Lord Krishna. On the southern bank of the Kund there is another small shrine dedicated to the deities of Radha Govinda.