Barnava is a village in Bagpat district in Uttar Pradesh, India. Barnava is between Sardhana and Binauli near Meerut. Barnava is about 3Km from Binauli and 37 Km from Meerut. Baranava is the site of the Lakshagraha, one of the incidents from the Mahabharata. During the Mahabharata it was known as Varnavat. Barnava still has evidence of Lakshagraha.
A famous Jain Temple known as Chandraprabhu Digamber Jain Atishya Kshetra Barnava Jain Mandir, is also sited in Barnava Village of Uttar Pradesh. A lotus temple, similar to the one found in New Delhi, is within the Barnava Jain Temple premises. The main gate is intricately designed and is noted for its exquisite carvings.