In the midst of the holy city of Vrindavan which was Lord Krishna’s playground is Madham house, located on a three acre property at Chattikara road Vrindavan, close to Akshay Patra.Surrounded by verdant green fields, it commands a good view of greenery with a beautiful garden and temples Chirping of birds, sometimes the dance of the peacocks and the melodious song of the cuckoo makes MaDham an ideal spot for a relaxed holiday in the midst of spiritual land. Temperatures range between 10-30 degrees. Please be prepared for a cold or summer to pleasant weather experience.
Ma Dham consists of four blocks. The first block which is designated for honoured guests like yourself is on a standalone basis. Situated at a distance but self contained is our home for destitute women. In a separate block we run a school for underprivileged children where we offer free education, and nutritious food.
The premise is located close to the main Chattikara road and has access to public transport. The guest house has a equipped kitchen for self cooking with a gas stove and all basic utensils. So the guests can cook as per their requirements. Market is close by for purchases.
We have two security guards and number of cameras to offer security. Air conditioners and room heaters are available for use at minimum charges.
Guests are free to walk around the spacious garden, play indoor games such as badminton, carrom chess and scrabble. Yoga and music sessions can be arranged on request. There is also a play area for children after school hours and on weekends. Musical instruments are also available and guests can try their musical skills.
Other things to note
* Breakfast provided including fruit and vegetables of the season (organic), bread, butter, homemade jam, cereal, tea, coffee, milk and parathas.
* There is a fridge for keeping eatables fresh.
* TV is provided; multi-channel services
* Provision of hot water on payment.
* Lunch & dinner (vegetarian) can be provided.
Your stay at the Madham house will support the shelter skill training of destitute women and the education of under privileged children
So relax while you help to build social capital