https://instatbt.com/Place/shri-yamuna-river/458916187772760Shri Yamuna RiverRiver Yamuna : Bhagwaan Shri Krishna was taken across the Yamuna on the night of his birth. Kansa, Bhagwaan Shri Krishna's mama planned to kill all his nephews, as his eighth nephew was predicted to be his Kāla. When Vasudeva, carrying Krishna in a basket, reaches the river Yamuna, on the extremely turbulent, rainy night of Krishna's birth, Yamuna is said to have parted to make way for Vasudeva.
https://instatbt.com/Place/vrindavan/252152682VrindavanVisiting the places of the Lords' pasttimes:
Today bath in the holy river Yamuna at Keshi Ghat: It is the principal bathing place in the town of Vrindavan. This ghat is named after the pasttime of Lord Krishna fighting the horse-demon Keshi. After killing Keshi, Krishna came down to this place to take His bath because His hand was stuck in Keshi's dirty mouth. From then on this ghat came to be known as Keshi Ghat. Believers take bath here to get freed from their sins. Keshi's mouth stands for pride as proud people flatter themselves and critizise others.
https://instatbt.com/Place/taj-mahal/1494866470783660Taj Mahalवाह ताज! .
Poet Rabindranath Tagore described Taj as 'a teardrop glisten spotlessly bright on the cheek of time, forever and ever; while its creator, Emperor Shah Jahan, said Taj made 'the sun and the moon shed tears from their eyes'.
The Taj is located on the right bank of the Yamuna River in Agra. An immense mausoleum of white marble, built between 1631AD and 1648AD by order of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favourite wife, the Taj Mahal is the jewel of Muslim art in India. The Taj was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. The Supreme Court of India in December, 1996, delivered a ruling banning use of coal/coke in industries located in the Taj Trapezium Zone (TTZ) and switching over to natural gas or relocating them outside the TTZ. However, its been 23 years since the SC direction, Taj has been pretty upset. The pollution has worsened over the last couple of decades, and parts of the marble facade have turned yellow and black. Behind the monument, the Yamuna River has also filled with sewage and other waste, worsening the problem by attracting millions of mosquito-like insects. They settle near the backside of the Taj Mahal in Yamuna and excrete a green substance on its walls during mating flights. The funny thing is that the Media even says Taj might have cancer! And, the Authorities are using “mud pack” (fuller’s earth) for cleaning purposes. Amen!