Badibathein and Chhotibathein are the two villages situated near each other. There is Balbhadrakund, Shri Dauji’s temple, Jayvijay kund, Sanatkumarkund, Vedokhar and darshan of Vedvihariji at Badibathein and in Chhotibathein there is Gopalkund and Gendokhar.
Once Shri Thakorji and Baldevji were playing with friends here. Then Shri Dauji and Shri Thakorji divided the friends in two groups. Both played here making different teams. As Shri Dauji is elder, the place where he sat is called Badibathein and the place where Shri Thakorji sat is called Chhotibathein.
Here there are Krshnakund and Balbhadrakund. There is a darshan of Shri SakshiGopal here. Bethak of Shri Dauji and Shri Thakorji are situated here. A bit ahead from here, on Charanpahadi there are footprints of Shri Thakorji Shri Dauji and Shri Radhaji.
Once Shri Thakorji took the form of a cow herder and lifted Charanpahadi like Goverdhan hill. At that time all the friends had washed Shri Krshna’s lotus feet and did his pujan. Kund built in that place is called Charanganga or Charankund.
Going ahead from Charanganga comes a village called Rasauli. Here, there is Rasakund, Rasachotra and place for Hindora (swing). Shri krishna had killed Shankhchud here. Here there is a lake. Near the lake, below a tree of Kadamb there is a bethak of Shrinathji. There is one chotra below a tree of Chokar. There is Shri Gokulnathji’s bethak on that. Here, Shri Gokulnathji had done Bhagwat parayan. He had recited Bhramargeet’s Subodhiniji to Shri Bhatt.
Kaamru village is left on one side, it does not come during the pilgrim. The forest near the village is called Kamarvan. Shri Krshna’s kaamri had lost here. That’s why this village is called Kaamru viilage.
Here, between the Kadambkhandi there are four ponds and in between there are four kunds. Shri Thakorji had cried here. So this kund is called Romare Krshna kund.
There is Suryakund near Viharvan and Viharkund. Shri Swaminiji had come here to pluck flowers. At that time, Shri Thakorji had come here in the form of a peacock. Shri Thakorji in the form of a peacock had broken the garland of flowers made by Shri Swaminiji. At that time after doing Thakorji’s darshan, Shri Swaminiji became unconcious. Shri Lalitaji informed Shri Kirtiji that Radhaji was bitten by a snake because of which she was unconcious. Shri Radhaji did not become concious even after trying many solutions. At that time, Shri Thakorji took the form of Garudi and brought Radhaji in her concious being. This leela (divine sport) happened on this Suryakund, so many people call it Sarpa (Snake) kund also.