Krishna, one of the widely revered and most popular of all Nepali, Indian divinities, worshipped as the eighth incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu and as a supreme god in his own right. Mathura is believed to be the birthplace of Krishna, which is located at the Krishna Janmastham Temple Complex. It is one of the ‘Sapta puri’, the seven cities considered holy by Hindus. The Kesava deo temple was built in an ancient time on the sites of Krishna’s birthplace. And Radha is the lady who is in love with Krishna. Radha is important goddess in the Vaishnavism traditions of Hinduism. We worship Radha and Krishna because she was a living example of love that goes beyond any constraints but was never able to marry Krishna. That is why people perform Radha and Krishna’s wedding in temple.