Barsana is a historical site in the district of Mathura in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh there are several religious and historical attractions to visit.
Goddess Radha spent time with her Sakhis and Lord Krishna at a number of locations around it.
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.
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.
The Dan Bihari Temple in Barsana is one of the oldest temples in the area, with an estimated age of 800 years.
The Radha Kushalbihari Temple in Barsana is quite similar in appearance to the forts of Rajasthan
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.
Shri Radha Damodar Ji Temple in Vrindavan, which was founded in 1542 by Srila Jiva Goswami, is around 40 minutes away from Barsana.