KESHI GHAT

This ghat is located near Nidhivan and is the place on the bank of river Yamuna where Lord Krishna took bath after he has killed the demon Keshi who came to Vrindavan in the form of huge horse to kill Lord Krishna. It is one of the most beautiful Ghats on the bank of river Yamuna adorned with huge palaces built in red sandstone. Once when Krishna and his friends were grazing cows, his Sakha (friend) Madhumangal, joked with him and said if I will dress myself with your yellow clothes, peacock feather and flute, then I will look like you and all gopis and Gopas will love me and feed me with delicious laddus. Knowing his feelings Krishna himself dressed Madhumangal with his clothes and peacock feather and handed him his flute. Meanwhile Kansa, the maternal uncle of Lord Krishna who was conspiring against Krishna sent the Keshi Demon in the form of Huge Horse to kill Krishna. Keshi demon was described about the image of Krishna wearing peacock feather by Kansa. When Kesi demon came, at that time Madhumangal was wearing clothes of Krishna, so in confusion Keshi thought him as Krishna and attacked him. Krishna who was standing nearby came forward for the help Madhumangal and thus collided with Keshi Demon. Krishna put his hand into the mouth of Keshi, due to which he died out of suffocation. After killing Keshi demon, Krishna came to the bank of river Yamuna to take bath and purify his body. Thus the ghat is named as Keshi Ghat. Every evening an aarti is performed at this Keshi Ghat which too beautifies the glory of this ghat, with the glimmering lights of the oil lit lamps apart from its magnificent architectural beauty and religious value.

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