Raja Ka Mandir - Barsana

Raja ka mandir – Barsana:

Raja ka Mandir is a beautiful temple in the Barsana region of Mathura. Barsana is said to be the home of Shri Radha Rani and is admired for its association with Radha Rani. As the place has a close affiliation with Shri Radha rani’s childhood activities it occupies an essential place in the hearts of devotees of Lord Krishna as well. Brijwale lets you enjoy the joyous trips to the twin towns of Nandgaon and Barsana at the touch of a click.

Raja ka Mandir is located on the hill of Barsana. This temple is mainly dedicated to Shri Radha rani like various other temples of Barsana. This temple is called Raja ka mandir as it was built by a king. The Rajput king who built this temple was an ardent devotee of Shri Radha and Krishna. The passionate and enthusiastic king served the supreme lord by building this beautiful temple in Barsana.  It is said that when Raja ka mandir was built and was to be inaugurated, Shri Radha Rani appeared in king’s dreams and told him that this place is not the original place of her origin and also asked him not to proceed with the inauguration. After knowing this, the Rajput king built another temple at the place which came to be known as the Raja ka mandir of Shri Radha Rani. 

Idolizing the supreme prowess of Brij:

In Raja Ka Mandir there is a beautiful and graceful idol of Shri Radha Rani placed in the center of this temple. The sculpture is carved out of sandstone and has beautiful designs on it. The historical richness of the temple can be easily sensed by the carving done here. This sandstone temple serves Radha Rani, the secret behind Krishna’s supremacy. The devotees get the visual pleasure by having a glimpse of the beautiful idols of Shri Krishna, Shri Radha and their allies in this splendidly structured temple.

Darshan Timing:

Morning: 05:00 am to 02:00 pm | Afternoon: 05:00 pm to 09:00 pm

Morning: 05:30 am to 02:00 pm | Afternoon: 05:00 pm to 08:30 pm

People across the world come to Barsana to have the glimpse of the supreme prowess of the Almighty. Apart from the daily rituals of the temple, it is the beautifully dressed idol of Radha Rani that fascinates pilgrims visiting the temple. People perform the circumambulation of Barsana and this temple with an aim to attain salvation. This ensures them a place in Radha rani’s feet. The temples in and around Barsana drapes the whole landscape of the town in a divine charisma which is not only fascinating but alluring as well. 

Brijwale tours:

Visiting Braj region is like revisiting the childhood of Lord Krishna. The many temples in and around Mathura revere the pastimes of Lord Krishna even today. For the Brajwasis here, Krishna is still alive and the very part of Braj even today. This mesmeric abode of Kanha becomes all the more cherishing if you visit it with the complete knowledge of the land. Brijwale offers a complete package of information that lets you enjoy the divine land to the maximum.