The fourth one in the series of oldest temples is the temple of Jugal Kishore. This temple is located at the lower end of the town near Keshi Ghat and thus also called as Keshi Ghat temple. The temple was constructed in Sambat 1684, i.e. 1627 A.D., during the reign of Mughal Emperor Jahangir by the founder named as Non-Karan. Like the other 3 temples of the series the Jugal Kishore temple is also built up of Red sandstone with its choir quite larger (25 square feet) comparative to others and has the main entrance at the eastern end. Unlike other temples of Madan Mohan, Govind Dev and Gopinath, the Jugal Kishore is the only temple to have the original deity which is still worshipped in its original old temple in Vrindavan.