Celebrated the next day of Diwali Govardhan Puja or Annakut is a significant festival of Braj region. On this day people pay obeisance to Lord Krishna by circumambulating the Govardhan Parvat.For devotees, this day recalls the incident in the Bhagavata Puran when Lord Krishna lifted Govardhan hill on his finger to protect the villagers of Vrindavan from torrential rains, caused due to the wrath of Devraj Indra. Yam Dwitiya: This is an integral part of the Diwali celebrations in Brajbhoomi. On the eve of Yam Dwitiya, devotees from around the world throng the banks of River Yamuna in Mathura to take a holy dip. The Yam Yamuna temple at Vishram Ghat, also knowns as brother and sister temple, dedicated to Yamuna and Yamraj, receives a huge footfall after the customary bath in the Yamuna on this day. The legends say that pleased by the hospitality of his sister Yamuna, Yamraj blessed her saying if brothers and sisters will take a dip together in River Yamuna on this auspicious day at Vishram Ghat then they will not be tortured by the messengers of Yamraj (The Lord of Death) and will attain salvation.