The famous Radhe Krishna ISKCON temple is located in Sant Nagar, Delhi.
Various artworks and representations can be seen in the temple.
Delhi ISKCON Temple: With Janmashtami approaching, visiting the ISKCON temple in Delhi can be a great trip with the family. Beautiful artwork and carvings make this temple special. Built in 1998, this temple is located in Sant Nagar, New Delhi. This famous temple in Delhi was built by The International Society for Krishna Consciousness. ISKCON temples are built all over the world. This temple located in Delhi is also known as Sri Sri Radha Parthasarathy Temple and Hare Ram Hare Krishna Temple.
Along with the Radha-Krishna temple there is also a Ram Sita temple. The height of each temple is about 90 feet. It is a modern temple where various recreations of Krishna’s life are depicted using mosaics. Apart from this, architectural impressions can also be seen in these temples. Let’s know complete information about ISKCON temple and its tour here.
The main attraction of the temple
Unique things like Vedic Culture Museum, Vedic Art Building, Ramayana Art Gallery, Robot Show Aarti are also seen in the ISKCON temple. The museum has many historical representations related to Radhakrishna and Mahabharata, Ramayana. Ramayana is shown at the Ramayana Art Gallery with the help of multimedia, light and sound effects. In the Robot Show, clay robots are seen giving lectures on Srimad Bhagavad Gita.
Temple Visit Timings:
Various aartis are performed in the temple in the morning, evening and night, such as Mangala Aarti, Darshan Aarti, Rajbhog Aarti, Ustapana Aarti, Sandhya Aarti and Shayan Aarti. Big events are organized here during Janmashtami in which people come from far and wide.
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How and when to arrive
Metro is easily available to reach here in Delhi. Railway station, bus stand and airport are also nearby for people coming from outside. After that you can easily reach here by local transport. Various festivals as well as events are held here from time to time. It can be visited anytime, all year round with no entrance fee.
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First Published: August 13, 2022, 14:16 IST