Barsana Shri Radha Rani Temple

Barsana Shri Radha Rani Temple

Barsana Shri Radha Rani Temple
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  • TRAVELLERANUP
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India288 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Radhe Rani ki Jai
    Radhe Radhe Radhe Shyam Located on top of hill and easily accessible via various means of transport. You can also take your car to the top. There a ample parking space but the road is single road - at a time only one way is opened, either the vehicles go up for 10 minutes in a row and then going up is stopped and the vehicles are allowed to come down ..... Parking is 100 rs. From parking the temple is around 500 mts of easy walking .... While walking you can enjoy the view. After banke bihari - barsana Radhe Rani darshan is must. This place is known to be as the birth place of Radha Rani
    Visited March 2023
    Travelled solo
    Written 28 October 2023
  • Kalpit0302
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India185 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Temple on hill
    The temple is on hill. Cars can go there but it is like a single lane route over there so on busy days going via car will take a lot more time as you will keep waiting on the way for being allowed to go. Better to park car at any parking area and hire a bike to go to top. The route is bit risky but the riders are used to it. They usually charge from 50-100 rs one way. Parking for car will cost RS 100. There is one more temple / Radha Mahal on the top which is also must visit. On your way there will be many shops selling religious items etc. Do take note of crowd on weekend etc. When we went on long weekend, we regretted going in the temple with kid. We were lucky to not get hurt in the jam packed temple.
    Visited November 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 27 December 2023
  • Arun G
    Mumbai, India254 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Radhe Radhe, may the Goddess bless you !
    Radhe Radhe, that's the chant you will hear from the time you enter the town and the temple. Getting there is via e-rickshaw from the base and then a walk. The path to the temple is fair with some steps to get to the main temple concourse. Patience required to have a good darshan, but there is no crowd management, so its your luck that will get you a good look and blessings. A queue management system would have helped a lot. A must visit for the followers of Krishna and otherwise to see an old holy temple. Radhe Radhe
    Visited February 2024
    Travelled with family
    Written 5 March 2024
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Debashis T
Dehradun, India2,299 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2024 • Family
To make the most of your visit, plan to depart from either Mathura or Vrindavan around 8-9 am, as the town's roads tend to get congested as the day progresses.
When it comes to reaching the temple atop the small hill, there are three options: walking, using your own vehicle, or hiring a bike. Due to the steep and congested road leading to the temple, taking your car isn't advisable. Instead, hiring a bike, typically available for a fixed price of 50 rupees for one side, is a convenient choice. It's best to hire one-way as your bike might have to wait for a while upon your return. Many riders offer the same fixed price, so you'll have plenty of options.
As there are no designated shoe stands, you'll need to keep your shoes in a nearby shop, which usually requires making a purchase.
Upon arriving at the temple, expect crowds and no organized queue. To get a closer view of the idol, head to the left side upon entering. The priest may request a fee of 100 rupees per person to allow you near the idol.
Written 12 June 2024
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Mudit Sharma
New Delhi, India208 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Friends
Such a divine feeling to revisit Radha Rani Barsana at 250 metre heigh on Bhanugarh hills. Shri Radha Rani Temple, is a historical Hindu temple, located in Barsana in Mathura district, Uttar Pradesh, India. The temple is dedicated to the goddess Radha. The main deities of the temple are Radha Krishna who are worshipped together in the form of Shri Laadli Lal which means beloved daughter and son of the town.
Written 7 April 2024
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Arun G
Mumbai, India254 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Family
Radhe Radhe, that's the chant you will hear from the time you enter the town and the temple.

Getting there is via e-rickshaw from the base and then a walk. The path to the temple is fair with some steps to get to the main temple concourse.

Patience required to have a good darshan, but there is no crowd management, so its your luck that will get you a good look and blessings. A queue management system would have helped a lot.

A must visit for the followers of Krishna and otherwise to see an old holy temple.

Radhe Radhe
Written 6 March 2024
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Kalpit0302
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India185 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Family
The temple is on hill. Cars can go there but it is like a single lane route over there so on busy days going via car will take a lot more time as you will keep waiting on the way for being allowed to go.
Better to park car at any parking area and hire a bike to go to top. The route is bit risky but the riders are used to it. They usually charge from 50-100 rs one way. Parking for car will cost RS 100. There is one more temple / Radha Mahal on the top which is also must visit.
On your way there will be many shops selling religious items etc.
Do take note of crowd on weekend etc. When we went on long weekend, we regretted going in the temple with kid. We were lucky to not get hurt in the jam packed temple.
Written 27 December 2023
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TRAVELLERANUP
Kolkata (Calcutta), India288 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023 • Solo
Radhe Radhe
Radhe Shyam

Located on top of hill and easily accessible via various means of transport. You can also take your car to the top. There a ample parking space but the road is single road - at a time only one way is opened, either the vehicles go up for 10 minutes in a row and then going up is stopped and the vehicles are allowed to come down ..... Parking is 100 rs.
From parking the temple is around 500 mts of easy walking .... While walking you can enjoy the view.

After banke bihari - barsana Radhe Rani darshan is must.
This place is known to be as the birth place of Radha Rani
Written 28 October 2023
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Chandar11
Leeds, UK69 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Couples
Amazing temple set on the top of a hill in Barsana. It's not easy to get, but definately worth the effort. The options for getting there are the obvious obe, walk, back of motor cycle, or by car. Be warned they will tell you you have to leave the car and take local transport. Don't listen yo them. Just offer to pay one of the motor cyclists a few hundred and they will escort the car to the top. A few minutes walk from thd mandir entrance.

We did great Darshan at the top, though it was busy.

Remember most template close in the afternoon from 12 to 4pm. This templ actually close around 1:30.

Well worth the visit, just for view if nothing else
Written 28 March 2023
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TheWorldNut
Bangalore District, India665 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2022 • Couples
Radha Rani Temple so fondly known as Ladli Ji temple is a beautiful temple on a hill top. In the famous Barsana town of which the extravagant lathmar Holi is famous, the vibes of Ladli Ji is felt from a far. It's somewhat tough to reach this place, besides the offbeat location, one so has to hike for about 29 minutes to reach the top. There is good road to the top which is also driveable but honestly for people with general level of fitness it's not worth the chaos of parking and waiting stuck. The locals also offer to ply to and fro on bikes for 50Rs either side.

There is water and washroom facilities available at the top for both men and women. The small shopkeeper also sell trinkets and other souvenir along the way.
Written 31 December 2022
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K.P THAKUR
Mathura, India4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2022 • Family
The Radha rani temple its a very attractive place of Barsana looking the beautiful scenes of hills my heart is very charmed and there the people of Barsana is very nice because his behaviour is very good.
Written 25 August 2022
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AllIndiatravelling
Vrindavan, India143 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2022
Had an excellent trip to Shri Radha Rani Temple Barasana. Height of Spiritual feeling.
The temple, at the birthplace of Shri Radhey ji, is located on a hillock about 40 kms from Vrindavan and is easily accessible by Taxi which takes about 1-2 hours to reach there. Govt has provided good facility for cars to go upto the Maharaja of Jaipur Palace where a large ground is available for car parking. Over 150 cars are easily parked. Walking to the temple from there is about 15 minutes, not at all difficult. The temple is open from 5 am to 9 pm and closed from 2 pm to 4 pm. In between curtains are drawn for about half an hour for Bhojan and Aarti.

A visit, depending on the rush can be between 2 - 4 hours. The temple gives a good view of Barsana city.

It is said that a visit to Shri Bankey Bihari Temple in Vrindavan is incomplete without a visit to Shri Radha Rani Temple Barsana. So if anyone is planning to visit Shri Bankey Bihari Temple, a visit to Shri Radha Rani temple should also be included.

Taxi drivers are very polite and good. They tell you a lot about the place if you are interested and make your 1-2 hour journey very lively.
Written 12 March 2022
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Hardik Ataliwala
Bharuch, India4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2021
It is difficult to share reviews in words. The whole temple has vibes of Radha Rani. I visited this temple before COVID-19 due to that immense crowd. I recommend to visit in Holi festival.
Written 8 January 2022
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