Shri Shri Govindjee Temple
Situated next to the palace of the former rulers of the then the Manipur Kingdom, Shri Govindjee temple is the largest Hindu, Vaishnav temple in Imphal, Manipur and was originally built in 1846 AD. It is a Hindu Temple where the deities worshiped are Hindu Gods, Radha, and Krishna Govinda.
This elegant temple is built in an idyllic location with a well-tended garden surrounding the premises and people admire the temple structure which is built out of red bricks and it features a rectangular medieval style of architecture. It is dedicated to Shree Krishna Govindajee along with various other Hindu Gods and Goddesses viz Krishna, Balaram, Jagannath, Subhadra etc. The daily worship practice in the morning and in the evening is very ritualistic and highly disciplined with strict dress code observed by the devotees. The important festivals celebrated are Janmashtami and Kang (June-July).