Barsana is a holy book that introduces the reader to the sacred town of Barsana, the birthplace and home of the Hindu goddess Radha, the chief consort of Lord Krishna. The book explores the history, culture, traditions and festivals of Barsana, which is situated in the Braj region of Uttar Pradesh, India. The book also describes the various temples and places of worship that are dedicated to Radha and Krishna, such as the Shriji Temple, the Gahvar Van, the Rangeeli Mahal and others. The book also explains the significance and the beauty of the Lathmar Holi, a unique festival that is celebrated in Barsana with great joy and enthusiasm. The book is published by Shri Harinam Press, Vrindavan, which is a famous publisher of books related to Krishna and his abode.
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