Now that the Maharaja had broken his solemn vow, his deity Shri Govind Dev Ji would no longer give him his darshan nor would talk as before. This made the Maharaja panitent and forlorn and gave up food and water to expiate his sin. One day in his dream the Maharaja was told by Lord Govind Dev Ji that he should construct a new temple of Shri Braj Nidhi Ji in his palace and Shri Braj Nidhi Ji would keep on appearing in his dreams. Following this the Maharaja constructed this temple in the year 1849 Vikram Samvat (1792 A.D.). The idol was with ceremony installed on Friday, the eighth of the bright of the month of Baisakh.
The temple has been built in Haveli style. The temple has castle like gates high and magnificent, an elevated inner gate, wide and open chowk and Jagmohan mandap .One feels here as though one has entered the high and imposing royal palaces.
The citizens of Jaipur call this temple as Brajnand ji temple, otherwise this is renowned as Braj Nidhi. The style of architecture which was employed when the city of Jaipur was built, reaches its culmination in the times of Maharaja Pratap Singh and this is well reflected here.Lord krishna and his consort Radha.