Imlitala Mandir is the place where Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu personally sat under the tamarind tree and where he had originally manifested.
Siddha Pith Imlitala is the most sacred place in Vrindavan.
This temple was taken over by Srila Bhakti Saranga Goswami Maharaj after his Guru Srila Prabhupada bhaktisiddhanta sarasvati thakur told him in a dream that he was living in this place eternally.
It was here where the first deity of Srila Prabhupada was installed:
The main deities are the Gour Nitai deities of Srila Sanatan Goswamipad and the Radha Gopinath deities installed by Srila Bhakti Saranga Goswami Mahara
Sanatan goswami established this temple shortly after: It is also the place where Sri Sri Radha Govinda combined into the personality of Sri Gauranga to distribute the sweetness of Vrindavan in the mood of the greatest generosity possible called audharya lila.
Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu chanted everyday while he visited Vrindavan.
Human consciousness aspiring to reach the ultimate through self-realization in terms of devotion finds one of the greatest art expressions in Imlitala mandir.
Caitanya Mahaprabhu Lila, or the life of Mahaprabhu, is represented here
History shows us that people who are developed in consciousness perform more beneficial activities and have more profound influence on society than people who are ignorant of the art of consciousness. Art without a higher conscious purpose ultimately leads to a lower state of consciousness. This is the root cause of all the problems of life."
A conscious artist tries to see the eternal conscious principle behind the mundane duality, and tries to show others the way to gain such perception.
A conscious artist learns how to distinguish between light and darkness, good and bad, and feels a strong commitment to universal love.