Kamudavana is the smallest forest of Braj Mandal. But with the course of time the forest has disappeared completely and a small village by the name of Kudarban has taken its place. It inherits its name from the word Kamuda that means lotus flowers. Formerly, a variety of Lotus flowers or the water lily used to grow in the Kund here in this forest thus it got its name as Kamudavana. The Kund where lotus flower used to grow is known as Kamuda Kund. It is believed that, Radha and Krishna enjoyed their pastime of water sports or Jal Vihara in the cooling waters of this Kund. Jal means water and Vihara means pastime thus the Kund is also called as Vihara Kund honored by this celebrated pastime. The great sage Kapil muni who was an incarnate of Lord Vishnu also lived on the bank of this Kund meditating and performing his penances thus it is also called Gangasagara Kund. On the bank of this Kund, is located a small shrine commemorating the deity of Kapil Muni. It’s believed that one who takes bath in this sacred Kund will achieve the transcendental knowledge of the Vedas. Thus it acquires its other name as Padma Kund. Krishna and Balram often used to come near to this Kund for grazing their cows. Till the time cows graze grass they would enjoy the pastime of water sports with other cowherd boys in the cooling waters of this Kund. There is another shrine commemorating the Charan Chinh (footprints) of Lord Chaitanya adjacent to the Kund. This forest has the parikrama (circumambulation) of about one and a half kilometer.