Vishram Ghat is a ghat, a shower, and a loving place, on the banks of stream Yamuna in Mathura, India. It is the principal ghat of Mathura and is key to 25 different ghats. The customary parikrama starts and finishes at Vishram Ghat. Master Krishna is said to have rested at this spot in the wake of executing Kansa.
The conventional Parikrama (circumambulation of the multitude of significant strict and social spots of the city) begins from Vishram Ghat and finishes here. The 12 ghats of the Yamuna toward the north of Vishram Ghat incorporate Ganesh Ghat, Dashashwamedh Ghat with its Neelakantheshwar Temple, Saraswati Sangam Ghat, Chakratirtha Ghat, Krishnaganga Ghat, Somatirth or Swami Ghat, Ghantagharan Ghat, Dharapattan Ghat, Vaikuntha Ghat, Navtirtha or Varahkshetra Ghat, Asikunda ghat or Brahma-tirtha Ghat.
Toward the south, there are 11 ghats. The Vishram Ghat is fixed with exquisite sanctuaries and the absolute most significant altars of Mathura that incorporates – the Mukut Temple, Radha-Damodar, Murli Manohar, Neelkantheshwar, Yamuna-Krishna, Langali Hanuman and Narasimha sanctuaries. The ‘Aarti’ held at the Vishram Ghat each night is something that shouldn’t be missed, for the little oil lights that are skimmed on the stream set the serene water shimmer with incalculable gleaming lights. No journey to Mathura is finished without a visit to its kunds or holy lakes. Customarily there were 159 old kunds however now just four have endure. These incorporate Shiv Tal, Potara Kund related intimately with Lord Krishna other than the Balbhadra and Saraswati kunds.