Sriji temple - Varsana
On top of one of the hills is the Larily Lal Temple, which is where the original Radha Krishna Deities of Varsana reside. Larily Lal temple means “the temple of the beloved.” The Deities in this temple are said to have been installed by Vajranabha. In this temple there are colorful paintings on the walls and ceiling, depicting the pastimes of Radha and Krishna. This temple is an important place to visit. This temple is on top of the main peak of the Brahma Hill. It is said that where this temple is located is where King Vrishabhanu, the father of Radharani, had his palace. At the foot of the steps that lead to this temple are the Asta-sakhi temple and the Vrishabhanu, Kirtida, Sridama temple. These temples are said to have been established by Vajranabha.
You should be prepared when you go to this temple to be approached aggressively for a donation. If you ask a question to anyone or take anything from anyone, be prepared to give a donation. You can expect several people to come up to you to either guide you around or to ask you for a donation. You can be almost certain that if a priest comes up to you and starts talking to you in a friendly matter that very quickly the request for a donation will come up.