Panihari Kund, Nand Gaon

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Panihari Kund / पानीहारीकुण्ड

The Brajavasis used to drink the pure and sweet water of this Kund, and the gopa-ramanis would come here to fetch water. Therefore, this pond is also known as Panghat kund. A panghat is a place from which water is taken, like a well, river or pond. Krishna would come to Panghat to meet with the gopis, and they too would eagerly make their way here to meet Krishna. While drawing water, they would become so absorbed in looking at Krishna that they were unaware whether or not they had filled their pots. The pot of their hearts, however, would at once become filled with their beloved. There is also another deep secret behind Panghat. The gopis would come here remembering Krishna's promise, or pan: "I will certainly meet you there." To fulfil His promise, Krishna ensured that He was present here, waiting for them. Thus the pan (keeping of one's promise or drawing of water) of both Krishna and the gopis would be fulfilled here. This is the other reason why this place is known as Panghat.

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