Banke Bihari Temple
Banke Bihari temple is a Hindu Mandir or temple devoted to Shree Krishna situated in the sacred town of Vrindavan in the district of Mathura. Banke Bihari was initially venerated at Nidhivana. Meaning of Banke is Bent in three places & the meaning of Bihari is Supreme Enjoyer. The persona of Shree Krishna views in the posture of Tribhanga. The persona was formerly worshipped the sacred persona of Shree Krishna which was earlier named as Kunj Bihar which means Enjoyer of Lakes.
Shree Krishna Supporting the mountain of Govardhan in the Tribhunga posture.
Banke Bihari was known as Banke for the reason:
The meaning of Banke is bent & bihari or vihari means the person who enjoys hence enjoyer.
Krsna is popularly known as tir-bhangi which means bent in 3 places.
The description of Brahma follows:-
Sri Brahma-samhita 5.31
syamam tri-bhanga-lalitam niyata-prakasam
govindam adi-purusam tam aham bhajami
alola — fluctuating; candraka — a moon-pendant; lasat — revamped; vana-malya — a wreath of floras; vamsi — flute Instrument; ratna-angadam — decored with embellishment ; pranaya — full of affection; keli-kala — in diversions; vilasam — festivities; syamam — syamasundara; tri-bhanga — twisting in 3 places; lalitam — elegant; niyata — forever; prakasam — visible; govindam — Govinda; adi-purusam — the real person; tam — him as in God; aham — I; bhajamii — devotion.
I revere and respect Govinda, the primal Lord, whose beautiful neck is round in which wreaths of flowers are swaying along with the beautiful ornament of moon, whose two courageous hands are decorated from a flute with enrichment and embellishments, who constantly celebrates in pursuits of affection, whose elegant three-fold flexible look of great Syamasundara is forever distinct.
Just a very small remark make on 1 of answer which mentioned banke meaning is ban ke:
a in banke is long a the a in ban ke is short a so banke and ban ke are not the same, though it refers to Krsna banke bihari is actually one enjoyer who bents ban ke bihari is enjoyer of forest.