My second day started with paying a visit to our famous Banke Bihari ji. I did have the opportunity to "Jhanki Darshan". Now here I must say what this "Jhanki Darshan" is all about. It is said that not only a devotee is crazy to get a glimpse of his favourite God, but simultaneously God is also eager to get a glimpse of His devotee. It's believed that if you pour your heart and soul and love to Banke Bihari ji, and keep looking at Him earnestly, Bihari ji Himself cannot resist Himself coming towards you. Hence, the "Jhanki" or the curtain which keeps on falling in front Him hiding Him from the devotees' earnest looks and cravings to keep Him there. If you really get to see a glimpse of Bihari ji, am sure you can't help but fall in love with Him. The way He looks at you, you surely cannot take your eyes off Him.
From there I went on to visit Nidhivan, where He still plays Raas with Radha Rani and the other Gopis, then to Banshivat where Mahadev couldn't resist to take part in Maharaas and came down from Kailash dressed as a Gopi.
When caught by Krishna, and as requested by Krishna Himself, Mahadev promised to stay there forever along with Radha Krishna. Hence, the name Gopeshwar Mahadev because He disguised Himself as a Gopi! It's the only Shiva temple in India where the Shiva lingam is dressed as a Gopi every evening till today in remembrance of the Maharaas leela.
From there I went on to see Keshi ghat where Shri Krishna killed Asur Keshi and Kaliya mardan ghat where He danced on Kaliya.