It is the most recent temple built in Vrindavan whose structure was planned and established by religious Guru Kripalu ji Maharaj. The construction of the temple was completed on 17th February 2012. Spread in vast area of 55 acres and built with marble stones that were imported from Italy, the main temple building is 122 feet long and 115 feet wide. The temple structure is inspired by original Somnath style and presents a finest modern architecture of exceptional beauty. The nave of the temple is adorned with fine and beautiful carvings done on the Italian marble using specialized machines (KUKA robotic). Beautiful figures depicting the incidents from pastimes of Lord Krishna are also seen inside the temple courtyard. The architecture of the temple is also influenced by the traces of South Indian style of workmanship. The main temple sanctum has the beautiful deities of Radha Krishna on the ground floor and those of Lord Ram-Sita on the first floor. The inner temple walls are adorned with the fine images and paintings from the life of Guru Kripalu Maharaj. Beside the temple on the left side there is a musical fountain attracting the attention of the pilgrims and the religious quotes by Shri Kripalu Maharaj are also written on the walls within the temple courtyard.