Radha Rani Mandir Barsana

Shri Radha Rani Temple, a Hindu sacred place of worship, is located in Uttar Pradesh. The shrine is dedicated to the Hindu deity Radha. The temple’s main deities are Shri Laadli Lal (meaning cherished daughter and son), another name for Radha Krishna.
The temple is located on the Bhanugarh hills’ summit. These hills are around 820 feet tall.
The Radha Rani temple draws a huge number of pilgrims and tourists from throughout the world. Radhastami and Lathmar Holi are the two most important festivities here. During these festivities, the area is swarming with visitors.

Temple Timing: Morning: 5:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Evening: 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Rangeeli Mahal

Rangeeli Mahal Barsana
Rangeeli Mahal

Rangeeli Mahal, one of the main locations of Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat, is located in Shri Radharani’s everlasting residence, Barsana, and was founded in 1996. Shri Maharaj Ji had said that within this Barsana dham exists the heavenly Barsana dham when expressing the glory of Barsana dham. There is a big satsang hall in Rangeeli Mahal with depictions of Shri Radha Krishna’s pastimes all around the venue. Beautifully planted gardens, waterfalls, and other attractions are also available.

Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat Rangeeli Mahal has built a temple in Barsana called Kirti Mandir on a 12,000 square foot plot. Kirti Maiya, Shri Radharani’s mother, is honoured in this temple. Visitors will be able to see baby Radha sitting in her mother’s lap, which is the only one of its type in the world.

Dan Bihari Temple

Barsana Mandir
Dan Bihari Temple

Dan Bihari Temple is one of the oldest temples in the area, with an estimated age of 800 years. It is said that there was a devotee in this region who needed money to marry his daughter, and Lord Krishna gathered treasure equal to Radha’s weight and presented it to the villager in need; this demonstrated Lord Krishna’s generosity and helpfulness to his devotees. After this incident, the Dan Bihari Temple was built; ‘dan’ means “to donate,” and “Bihari” means “to call out to Lord Krishna.”

Temple Timings: 4 AM to 9 PM

Radha Kushalbihari Temple

Barsana Temple
Radha Kushal Bihari Temple

The Radha Kushalbihari Temple in Barsana is quite similar in appearance to the forts of Rajasthan; this is because, despite its location, the temple was built by Maharaja Madho Singh Rao of Jaipur. The structure is almond in color, and it is surrounded by lush green trees and gorgeous flowers that bloom in the spring. The temple is surrounded by a little garden, which is claimed to be where Radha would go to relax with her friends. The greatest time to visit is during one of our culture’s holidays, which are celebrated with aplomb at this temple.

Temple timing:

Morning: 5:00 AM–12:00 PM
Evening: 4:30 PM–8:30 PM

Maan Mandir

Maan Mandir

When Radha was unhappy or furious with Shri Krishna, she would travel to Maan Garh, or Maan Mandir as the locals call it, to isolate herself from the rest of the world. Lord Krishna is supposed to have done everything in his power to appease Radha and regain her trust by showing her the mirror and acting as her chaperone/maid, fanning her like a servant, and even bowing his head down in her feet to demonstrate that she was the boss in their relationship. The temple was created to memorialise Krishna and Radha’s tiffs and reconciliations, which are a pleasant but sad element of their lives.

Temple timings: 6 Am to 8 PM

Shri Radha Damodar Temple

Radha Rani Mandir Barsana
Shri Radha Damodar Temple

Shri Radha Damodar Ji Temple in Vrindavan, which was founded in 1542 by Srila Jiva Goswami, is around 40 minutes away from Barsana. The most important deity in this temple is Sri Radha Damodar, who was handed to Srila Jiva Goswami by his own master and has been adored by numerous visitors since then. The temple had to be relocated to Jaipur in the past due to an invasion by King Aurangzeb, but it was later returned to its original location. Visit this temple to learn more about the culture of the region and to visit a temple dedicated to a different deity.

Temple timings: 4:30 AM to 2 PM

Best Hotels At Barsana

  • Barsana Hotel and Resort
  • The Loft Hotel
  • Travellers Nest
  • MAYFAIR Tea Resort 
  • The Cinderella Resort

Frequently Asked Question

 Barsana is a historical town and nagar panchayat in the Mathura district of the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.

Barsana is a captivating village located 40 kilometres away from Mathura. It is situated around two hills adjacent to each other, namely Brahma Hill and Vishnu Hill.

According to Hindu mythology, Barsana is the place of birth of Devi Radha, the consort of Lord Krishna. This place was established almost 5000 years ago, and today it is an integral part of the Brajdham pilgrimage.

By Air: There are two air routes available. Agra airport is 102 km away from Barsana. International airport Delhi is around 111 km away from Barsana.

By Train: Nearest railway station to Barsana is Kosi Kalan at a distance of 10 km.

By Road: Barsana is well connected by road to Delhi, Agra and Mathura by buses of UPSRTC and several private bus operators.

The best time to visit Barsana is between the months of October and March when the pleasant weather of the winter season allows convenient day sightseeing tour. One can also visit this place during Holi celebration.

Since Barsana is a religious place, most of the food joints in the city serve vegetarian food. The north Indian cuisine that is served in this city is absolutely delicious. You can choose to eat from a dhaba or a fine dine or even street food, which is the tastiest and gives you a real feel of the city.

Head over to Shri Radha Chaat Bhandar Shop to get a taste of local street food with chaat as a speciality. You can also try Brajdham Family restaurant if you want to sit and eat. Sri Ji Family Bhojanalaya is also a great option where you can taste delectable delicacies.

Embrace yourself in the beautiful city of Barsana and devote yourself to the amazing temples here!!!

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