Constructed by Raja Man Singh of Amber in 1590, the Govind Deo Temple in Vrindavan is a fine specimen of advanced archeology. It is a seven storied magnificent structure that exhibits an interesting amalgam of different architectural styles including Hindu, western and Muslim. It was built in red sandstone and was designed in the form of Greek cross. With an impressive alter of silver and marble; the main hall of the temple has ceilings decorated with sculptured lotus weighing about seven tons. The presiding deity here is Lord Krishna and during Janmashtami and Holi, it is tastefully embellished with flowers and draws a huge crowd during the festivities.