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Shree Rasheshwari (Radha Rani) Temple
(512) 288-7180
512) 288-0447
Barsana Dham

400 Barsana Road
Austin TX 78737-9075   [Map]   [Directions]
USA
Barsana Dham is located Southwest of Austin, Texas; approximately 30 minutes from the airport and downtown area. Directions: From I-35 South Take the Slaughter Lane exit (Exit 227) and go right (west). After 8 miles, Slaughter Lane will end in a "T" intersection at FM 1826 (also called Camp Ben McCulloch Rd.). Turn left (south) on FM 1826. After 6 miles you will see a large sign for Barsana Dham. The main entrance is 1/4 mile further ahead on the left. Turn left through the gates and follow signs to the Temple. (Click to view full-size map.) From Mopac/Loop 1 South Follow Mopac/Loop 1 South until it turns into 45 West. Continue on 45 West until it ends at a flashing red light on FM 1826. Turn left onto FM 1826 and drive 4 miles until you see a large sign for Barsana Dham on the left. The main entrance is 1/4 mile further ahead. Turn left through the gates and follow signs to the temple. From Wimberley & Dripping Springs Take RR 12N and drive 14 miles. Turn right onto Hwy 290 East in Dripping Springs. Drive 7 miles. Turn right onto Hwy 163 (Nutty Brown Road) and go to the end. Turn right onto FM 1826 and quite soon you will see a large sign for Barsana Dham on the left. The main entrance is 1/4 mile further ahead. Turn left through the gates and follow signs to the temple. ---------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------- Contact Information By Postal Mail International Society of Divine Love Barsana Dham 400 Barsana Road Austin, TX 78737 USA By Phone Phone: (512) 288-7180 Fax: (512) 288-0447
General Visiting Hours - Daily

To see the holy places of Barsana Dham, the Temple 
architecture and the Prayer Hall.

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. and
3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ONLY. 


Temple Services - 

Sundays:
11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  and  7:30 p.m. to 8:45 
p.m.

Services include prayer, chanting meditation, a 
video speech on the Upnishads, Gita, Brahm Sutras 
by Shree Swamiji, Prayer and Homage, (Arti).