ISKCON Temple In Bangalore, Karnataka

Visit this temple to seek the blessings of Nandi

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About ISKCON Temple in Bangalore

ISKCON temple in Bangalore is a major attraction for those with a religious bent of mind, and even those are simply looking for some peace and quiet. This place is a charitable society, and is one of the largest ISKCON temples of the world. Visitors to ISKCON temple, Bangalore are welcomed with an open heart, and are offered a chance to be part of all the ceremonies and festivities that go on here. Free prasad is offered to visitors during darshan timings.

Significance of ISKCON Temple 

The temple is a massive complex, the concept of which was conceived and executed by Madhu Pandit Dasa. There are daily kirtans here, wherein devotees and visitors sing praises of Lord Krishna. There are bhajan sessions as well, sung by one of the main purohits of the temple. No dress code is followed at ISKCON temple in Bangalore dress code but it is advisable to wear modest apparel, covering shoulders and knees. There are shops inside that sell religious books and souvenirs to take back home. There is also a gold-plated flag post here that is 56 ft high, and a gold plated kalash shikara that is 28 ft high.

History of the ISKCON Temple

ISKCON Temple in Bangalore is a charitable society that aims to spread Krishna Consciousness among the people by teaching Bhagavad Gita. The temple was inaugurated on 31st May 1997, by Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma. It took around seven years for the construction of the temple and around 600 skilled labor worked to achieve the goal.

Architecture of ISKCON Bangalore

ISKCON Temple in Bangalore is the largest ISKCON in the world.

The gold plated flag post stands at a height of 17 meters.

The architecture of the temple is new-classical.

The main shrine is called Rajagopuram 

Highlights of ISKCON Temple

The temple is home to a theatre exhibiting Vedic Films, a lecture hall, a Vedic Museum, and area for exhibition. 

The idols of Shri Radhe Krishna adorns the ISKCON temple.

Festivals at ISKCON Bangalore 

There are many festivals held at the ISKCON temple in Bangalore. The year begins with festival, celebrating the Sri Sri Balarama Ratha Yatra. In February, Sri Nityananda  Trayodashi is celebrated followed by Sri Gauri Purnima in March. In April, Ram Navami and Brahmotsav is celebrated. Again in May and June, Sri Narasimha Jayanti and Sri Hanuman Jayanti are celebrated. Other festivals celebrated with enthusiasm are Garuda Panchmi, Shri Radhashtami, Jhulan Utsav, Sri Balarama Purnima, and Shri Krishna Janmashtami. 

Activities At ISKCON Temple 

Cultural Education Classes are conducted for kids

 Youth programs are held

Spiritual programs are conducted

The ISKCON temple, Bangalore address is Hare Krishna Hill, Chord Road, Rajaji Nagar. The ISKCON temple in Bangalore location is pretty close to the city center, and anybody looking to visit can easily get public transport to get here. There are a few other tourist places near the ISKCON temple, Bangalore such as gardens, temples, and adventure parks. Needless to say, when traveling to this beautiful city and enjoying a sightseeing tour, a visit to ISKCON Sri Radha Krishna temple Bangalore is a must.

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There is no dress code, but one should wear a modest outfit, with knees and shoulders covered.


No, there is no need to make prior appointments.

The ISKCON Temple is open all days of the week, although the darshan timings differ.

No, jeans are not allowed in ISKCON Temple, Bangalore but if you wear it, you will not be restricted to go inside the temple, however, it is advisable not to wear jeans or any short clothes.

No, carrying cameras are not allowed inside the temple.

ISKCON Temple was built by the members of the Karnataka Societies Registration Act and the founder of the temple is C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.

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