Shree Govindajee Temple is the biggest Hindu, Vaishnav sanctuary in Imphal city in Manipur. It is situated beside the castle of the previous leaders of the then Manipur Kingdom. The sanctuary is straightforward in plan with two gold plated vaults, a cleared court and an expansive, raised mantapa or assemblage corridor. The focal assembly of the garbhagriha has the principle god of Govindaji, expressed to be the manifestation of Lord Krishna, and his partner Radha. The sanctuary the executives was before with the previous lord according to Article II of the Manipur Merger Agreement of 1949 when Manipur turned into a piece of India after freedom.
Be that as it may, on famous interest by general society, it is currently overseen by a Board with individuals drawn from the cleric network and vital individuals of the city. The Chief Minister of the state is the Board's leader. Shree Govindajee Temple is situated in Imphal in its East locale, the capital of the Indian territory of Manipur, in the areas of the illustrious palace. Imphal is available by street and air administrations. National Highway 39 India interfaces with Dimapur Nagaland on the north and with Myanmar on the east. It is associated with Silchar in Assam by National Highway 53 India. National Highway 150 India interfaces with Mizoram. The closest rail connect is at Dimapur, 215 kilometers 134 mi away, from where ordinary transport administrations work to Imphal. Air administrations work to Imphal from New Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati and Silchar.