This temple is located in the small town of Jatipura on the way of Circumambulation. The front gate of the temple is adorned with huge image of Lord Krishna commemorating the pastime of lifting Govardhan Hill on his little finger to protect the people of Braj from the anger of Lord Indra. Mukh means Face and arvinda means lotus flower. Thus this temple is dedicated to the lotus like face of Lord Giriraj. Like the other Govardhan temples, the presiding deities of the temple are in the form of two shilas (rocks from Govardhan hill) one outlining the crown (Mukut) of the Lord Giriraj and the other one outlining the lotus face (Mukharvinda) of Lord Giriraj and thus temple is called as Mukut Mukharvinda temple. These Govardhan shilas are worshipped and revered equivalent to the idols and lots of pilgrims daily come here to offer their prayers. The temple walls are decorated with paintings of Lord Krishna’s pastimes. Surrounding the actual temple there are lots of shops selling milk, curd and sweets for offering to lord Giriraj Shila.