Barsana is the Birthplace of Mata Radha. Shri Radha Rani Mandir is on top of the hill. Temple is in the middle of Barsana City.
This temple is also known as “Barsane ki Ladli ka Mandir” and “Radha Rani Ka Mahal”. However, Radha Rani Mandir is important for lord Krishna devotees.
Of course, Krishna Janmasthami and Radha Asthami are celebrated here with great importance. Similarly, Holi is also celebrated in the same way. Moreover, Lathmar Holi of Barsana is world famous.
Latest updates on Corona Guidelines if you are traveling to Barsana:-
As per our knowledge, Uttar Pradesh State Government made it compulsory for the accommodation provider to check on the physical copy of the Vaccination certificate for all the guests traveling and staying in Uttar Pradesh who are from out of state.
Please note that this requirement may change as per the situation so keep checking on the MoHFW website, central government, state government, or local government guidelines.
Radha Rani Mandir Barsana Timings
|Morning||5:00 AM to 2:00 PM|
|Evening||5:00 AM to 9:00 PM|
A place to Visit in Barsana:
- Kushal Bihari Mandir Barsana
- Shri Nandbaba Temple Nandgaon
- Rangeley Mahal
- Shri Radha Sarovar
How to Reach Barsana:
- Agra Airport – 102 km
- Delhi Airport – 111 km
- Koshi Kalan Railway Station – 10 km
- Mathura Railway Station – 50 km
- Mathura Railway station is well connected to various locations across India.
- Barsana is well connected to many cities by road.
- Yatri can get state buses & private buses for Barsana from major cities of UP and Delhi.
Where to Stay in Barsana:
Thousands of devotees visit Barsana every year. Therefore, Guests can book Dharamshala, Guesthouse, and Ashram in Barsana online.
I hope this information, indeed, will be useful for you.