The temple has the worshipable deities of Radha Gokulananda which was established and worshipped by Shrila Vishwanath Chakravarthy Thakur, the Radha Vinoda deity established and worshipped by Srila Lokanath Goswami and Sri Radha Vijay Govinda deities established by Shrila Baladeva Vidyabhushan. Like the other deities of Vrindavan, the original deities of Sri Radha Gokulananda and Sri Radha Vinoda are worshipped in Jaipur and only the Pratibhu Vigrahas (replicas) are worshipped here in Vrindavan. Earlier all the deities of the temple were worshipped individually in their own temples. There is a belief regarding the deity of Radha Vinoda that it was given to Shrila Lokanath Goswami by a Brahman when he used to live near Kishori Kund in Khadiravan. Later he moved to Vrindavan and a temple was built by his followers commemorating the deities of Radha Vinoda at the place where he used to worship the deities in Vrindavan. When the temple of Radha Vinoda fell down, the deities were placed in the Radha Gokulananda temple. The deities of Radha Gokulananda were presented to Shrila Vishwanath Chakravarthy for offering his services by one of the Brahman on the divine instructions of Lord Krishna himself. He served the deity of Radha Gokulananda for many years at Radha Kund and later when he moved to Vrindavan from Radha Kund he built a large and beautiful temple for Sri Radha Gokulananda here. Lord Chaitanya’s deity of Narottama das Thakur is also worshipped here in this temple. The Govardhan Shila of Lord Chaitanya with his fingerprints imprinted on it, which he gave to Sri Raghunath Das Goswami, can also be seen inside the temple. Next to the main temple there are the samadhis of Lokanath Goswami, Narottama Das Thakur and Vishwanath Chakravarthy.