Radhashtami is a holy day for Hindus. Krishna Priya Radhaji was born on the eighth day of the Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month. Therefore this day is celebrated as Radhashtami. The sacrificial fire of Shri Radhaji Vrishabhanu was revealed from the land. Sri Radha is considered to be the incarnation of Lakshmi. It is mainly celebrated by Krishna devotees. The festival of Radhashtami is celebrated with great pomp in all its temples by the ISKCON organization. In Barsana, which is the birthplace of Sri Radha, Radhashtami is especially celebrated. Radha was the most beloved of Lord Krishna. It is said that the worship of Lord Krishna is considered incomplete without worshiping Shri Radha.
Sri Vrindavaneshwari Radha always brings joy to Shri Krishna in Vedas and Puranadi, which is praised as 'Krishna Vallabha'.
In the Shrimad Devi Bhagwat, Shri Narayan has described the imperative of Shri Radha Puja to Narada in the context of the very ancient tradition of 'Shri Radhayai Swaha' Shakraksha Mantra and the remarkable glory. If a person does not worship Shri Radha, then person does not have the right to worship Lord Krishna. Therefore, all Vaishnavas must pray to Goddess Radha. Therefore, all Vaishnavas must pray to Goddess Radha. Sri Radha is the presiding goddess of Lord Shri Krishna's life, so God remains under them. She Radhan for all the wishes, that is why she has been called Shri Radha.
Radha-Krishna should be worshiped on this day. One should fast for the whole day and do a time of flourishing. After bathing the idol of Shri Radha and Krishna with Panchamrit, make them adorn, offer sacrifices and then offer incense, lamps, flowers etc. Make a pavilion with five colors of powder and make a lotus shaped like hexadeum inside it. In the middle of that lotus, meditate on the Divyasana by setting Sri Radhakrishna's yurtamurti backward and worship and worship Lord Radhakrishna devoutly.