Ganpati Infinity: Ready to move Studio Apartments in Vrindavan, It is a complete honour for us to bring yet another project which is specially customised to please the people who are curious to dwell close to spirituality and divinity amidst the open spaces. The latest project Ganpati Infinity is located at Chatikara Road in Vrindavan near Vaishno Mata Mandir. As the name suggests, the forte of this venture is its infinity which also mean perpetuity.
This housing project offers you apartment in Vrindavan, with limitless positive surroundings to live. Designed on the basis of Resort style living, Ganpati Infinity is one stop destination for all those who desire to spend their life along with their celestial being. There is a complete focus in bringing out the best in all spheres of living. Be it architectural part or the latest amenities or breathtaking landscape and open space. Understanding the residential needs, Ganapati Infinity is the lush green, modern as well as spiritual entity. This G+2 scheme project defines perfection on every measure related with it. Having the no roads inside the Resort style styling is a special feature to keep the ambience extremely clean and dirt free. Ganpati Infinity is clean, holistic and vast. It is a new way to live yourself in infinite ways.
Vrindavan has an ancient past, associated with Hindu history, and is an important Hindu pilgrimage site. One of its oldest surviving temples is the Govinda Deo temple, built in 1590, with the town founded earlier in the same century.
It is believed that the essence of Vrindavan was lost over time until the 16th century, when it was rediscovered by Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. In the year 1515, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu visited Vrindavana, with purpose of locating the lost holy places associated with Lord Sri Krishna’s transcendent pastimes. Chaitanya wandered through the different sacred forests of Vrindavana in a spiritual trance of divine love. It was believed that by His divine spiritual power, He was able locate all the important places of Krishna’s pastimes in and around Vrindavan.
In the last 250 years, the extensive forests of Vrindavan have been subjected to urbanization, first by local Rajas and in recent decades by apartment developers. The forest cover has been whittled away to only a few remaining spots, and the local wildlife, including peacocks,cows, monkeys and a variety of bird species has been eliminated or are close to it. A few peacocks and monkeys can be seen found but cows are now only found in the goshalas of the Major Ashrams of Vrindavan.